For a few years after the Beatles broke up, they only found a single thing they could agree on: Ringo. They all loved him and they did everything they could to help his solo career. In 1973, they even came together (separately) to play on his Ringo LP. A clear highlight of the album is "Photograph," co-written with George Harrison. It's a lovely song about the power of nostalgia, and Ringo sings it every night in his All Starr Band concerts.
It took on a new meaning in 2002 when Ringo sang it at the Concert for George. Everybody seemed to be holding back tears when he sang the lines, "All I've got is a photograph and I've realized you're not coming back anymore."