A day before Ringo Starr's new solo album, "Postcards From Paradise," was slated for release, the former Beatle was at the hub of a frenzy of activity. He bounded from one room to the next in his top-floor suite at a West Hollywood hotel, hustling through a string of interviews.
His focus was largely on "Postcards From Paradise," a collection of collaborations released Tuesday that features many of his rock star pals, including Joe Walsh, Todd Rundgren, Peter Frampton, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers keyboardist Benmont Tench and producer-songwriter Glen Ballard. But it wasn'...
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