|1||Fading In Fading Out||3:55|
|2||Give Me Back The Beat||3:53|
|3||Oh My Lord||5:32|
|4||Hard To Be True||3:27|
|6||Wrong All The Time||3:30|
|7||Don't Hang Up||3:27|
|9||Me And You||2:15|
|KOC-CD-9550||Ringo Starr||Choose Love (CD, Album)||Koch Records||KOC-CD-9550||US||2005|
|none||Ringo Starr||Choose Love (CDr, Album, Promo)||CNR Records International||none||UK||2005|
|22 998798||Ringo Starr||Choose Love (CD, Album + DVD-V)||CNR Records International||22 998798||Netherlands||2005|
|KOC-CD-9550||Ringo Starr||Choose Love (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Koch Records||KOC-CD-9550||Russia||2005|
|KOC-CD-9919, KOC-CD-9950, KOC-CD-9199||Ringo Starr||Choose Love (Hybrid, DualDisc, Album)||Koch Records, Koch Records, Koch Records||KOC-CD-9919, KOC-CD-9950, KOC-CD-9199||US||2005|
Choose Love is the 14th studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 2005. Recorded throughout 2004 into 2005, using the same team that created Vertical Man (1998) and Ringo Rama (2003), Starr produced the set with longtime musical partner Mark Hudson and performed it with their studio team.
Ringo Starr - Choose Love (2005). Songs in album Ringo Starr - Choose Love (2005). 1. Fading In Fading Out.
Ringo Starr – Choose Love. Label: CNR Records International – 22 998798. Format: CD, Album DVD, DVD-Video. Country: Netherlands. STEMRA On DVD: - All songs in enhanced stereo - New exclusive Choose Love album documentary - Choose Love album lyrics - New Ringo biography & song-by-song analysis. Label Code: LC 00160. Matrix, Runout (CD): A527977-01. Mastering SID Code (CD): ifpi L573. Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 9712.
Dark clouds in my head disappear The sky is turning blue, now you're here We've come a long way, day after day, (we still got a long way to go). You've got to pay your dues, if you want to sing the blues But, no matter what you choose, choose love
like Ringo and the lads are straining to capture that vibe: it just seems to come naturally to them now. It also helps that Choose Love has a warm, rich sound that is far removed from the digital brightness of its two predecessors: it helps give the album a friendly aura that's hard to resist if you've ever loved Ringo. And if you've ever loved Ringo, take comfort that this album will be one of the few records of his that you can play without guilt and enjoy from start to finish. It's not just a good record for Ringo, it's just a flat-out good record.
The first side of every DualDisc contains a full audio album.