Vertical Man is the 11th studio album by Ringo Starr, issued in 1998. The album served as Starr's attempt at a commercial comeback following the enormous success of The Beatles Anthology project. Starr enlisted the help of many of his musician friends in making Vertical Man, including Scott Weiland, Brian Wilson, Alanis Morissette, Ozzy Osbourne, Tom Petty, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, Steven Tyler, and former Beatles Paul McCartney and George Harrison.
Early in his career, Ringo Starr realized that he couldn't quite carry an entire album by himself, so he established the practice of the "all-star" (or "All-Starr," as he later dubbed it) album, drafting in his musician buddies to help him make an album.
Ringo Starr Lyrics I'm YoursLyrics MindfieldLyrics Drift AwayLyrics Vertical ManLyrics Love Me DoLyrics What In Th. .World (Live)Lyrics OneLyrics King Of Broken HeartsLyrics I Was Walkin'Lyrics La De DaLyrics Without UnderstandingLyrics I'll Be Fine AnywhereLyrics PuppetLyrics Mr. DoubleitupLyrics EverydayLyrics.
Ringo Starr - Vertical Man. Release date: 1998. Related albums: Vertical Man 1998 (1998). Discography: Ringo Starr. Give More Love (Single) (2017).
Band Name Ringo Starr. Album Name Vertical Man. Type Album. Released date June 1998. Labels Sony Music Mercury Records Polygram. Members owning this album3. 4. King of Broken Hearts. 5. Love Me Do. 6. Vertical Man. 7. Drift Away. Vertical Man has that in spades. The overall quality of the songs isn't as strong as Time Takes Time, but there are some neat moments, from a cover of Dobie Gray's timeless "Drift Away" to ingratiating new numbers like "One" and "I'll Be Fine Anywhere. It's a slight album – most of Ringo's albums are – but it's an entertaining one, and that's only true of a handful of his records.
|1||La De Da||5:41|
|3||I Was Walkin'||3:21|
|4||King Of Broken Hearts||4:44|