Ringo Starr Talks "Liverpool 8," The Sixties, Being Overly Medicated During Beatles Gigs: Exclusive Audio

January 10, 2008 5:24 PM ET

In our new issue of Rolling Stone, Fab Four drummer Ringo Starr sits down with Austin Scaggs to talk his new album, which Beatles record is his favorite and what's on his iPod. We had all these audiotapes of Ringo and we were just going to throw them out, but we figured "Maybe our readers would like to hear this." To hear those exclusive audio clips — in which Ringo talks about naming his new album and a 1964 Beatles gig where he had "too much medication" — click here.

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