On his previous three albums, Ringo Starr had depended on superstar friends, a few oldies, and a lighthearted attitude to get him through. The commercial disappointment of Ringo's Rotogravureseemed to dictate a change of approach, and Ringo the 4th attempted to be a slick '70s soul-pop effort with hints of disco. Starr was accompanied by New York studio pros, and he wrote most of the songs with Vini Poncia.
- Drowning In The Sea Of Love
- Tango All Night
- Gave It All Up
- Out On The Streets
- Can She Do It Like She Dances
- Sneaking Sally Through The Alley
- It's No Secret
- Gypsies In Flight
- Simple Love Song
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