In the aftermath of the great Beatles break up Ringo Starr admitted he felt like a fish out of water initially but his third LP, Ringo (1973), took him back to Abbey Road and across the sea to Sunset Sound and the Producer's Workshop where Richard Perry helped him hone a genuinely classy collection. This album is noted for the appearance of all four Beatles (though never in one room at the same time) as well as an all-star cast of players that would become a fixture in his future releases. John Lennon's "I'm The Greatest" kicks off proceedings before Ringo tackles Randy Newman's "Have You Seen My Baby" and then eases into the lush "Photograph," a co-write with George Harrison. Guests include Harry Nilsson, Jim Keltner, Garth Hudson, James Booker and Marc Bolan. A huge hit album in its day, Ringo holds up remarkably well.