Photograph is a single by Ringo Starr. It comes from his third album Ringo. After the break-up of The Beatles Ringo Starr had five singles that reached the Dutch and Belgian charts. Photograph was the third in the row. Released in 1973 in 2002, got a new meaning for Starr after the death of George Harrison. The song, written by Starr and Harrison, contains the following phrase: "But all I've got is a photograph, and I realise you're not coming back anymore".
- 2 chart positions
To the single (and album) on whether or not to take an entire row became well-known musicians enabled:
- Ringo Starr: drums, vocals.
- George Harrison: 12-acoustic guitar, backing vocals.
- Vini Palayil: acoustic guitar.
- Jimmy Calvert: acoustic guitar.
- Nicky Hopkins: piano.
- Klaus Voormann: bass guitar.
- Bobby Keyes: tenor saxophone.
- Lon Eaton: percussion.
- Derrek Of Eaton: percussion.
- Jim Keltner: drums.
- Jack Nitzsche: arrangement.
The song was a great success with a number-one Billboard Hot 100 listing in the.
It was first alarm drive.
|Chart positions: week 44/1973 t/m 1/1974|
Dutch Towering 30[Edit]Edit
|Chart positions: 3-11-1973 t/m 21-12-1973|
Belgian BRT Top 30[Edit]Edit
|Chart positions: 24-11-1973 t/m 8-2-1974|
|Chart positions: 27-10-1973 t/m 25-1-1974|
|Number (s) with markings
in the Radio 2 Top 2000
|' 99||' 00||' 01||' 02||' 03||' 04||' 05||' 06||' 07||' 08||' 09||' 10||' 11||' 12||' 13|
Top of the world by carpenters
|List of Alarm drives in 1973||Successor:|
Keep on truckin' by Eddie Kendricks
|Number-one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973||Successor:|