‘A lot of shit’: Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr on ‘Ringo Starr’ on MTV News

A couple of days ago, we announced that Ringo would be joining us for a two-part interview series about Ringo and his band.

He was already up for the task, but we had to find something else.

And, since I have a soft spot for Ringo, I decided to ask him a few questions.

You can read our first episode, which was recorded at the house of pie, here.

Paul McCartney: “It’s not so much about the band itself as it is the quality of the record.

If you think of Ringo’s songs, he’s one of the most honest musicians that I know.

I don’t care what anyone else says about him, because he’s honest and true.”

“I don’t have to listen to a record to know that it’s going to be good.

And if I didn’t think it was good, I wouldn’t listen to it at all.”

“My band, Ringos band, was formed with the intention of making the music that I want to make, which is not always easy to achieve, especially if you’re a musician who has never had to do that before.

But there’s something really special about that music, which can really only be achieved by working hard, learning as much as you can, and playing really well. “

You’re probably going to hear a lot of stuff that people may not like, or may be disappointed by.

“People get so caught up in the idea that we’re making the same old thing that we’ve been doing for so long, that they forget what it is that makes us unique. “

There’s a lot more to it than that. “

People get so caught up in the idea that we’re making the same old thing that we’ve been doing for so long, that they forget what it is that makes us unique.

There’s a lot more to it than that.

I would have given up on making music, I would’ve given up trying to write music and I would never have been able to play the guitar.” “

If we could have done anything better than what we’ve done, we wouldn’t be here.

I would have given up on making music, I would’ve given up trying to write music and I would never have been able to play the guitar.”

I’d like to thank Paul for taking the time to speak to us, and we hope you enjoy the interview.

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