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Morgan Sound Studios, London
 
Morgan Sound Studios, London
 
A&M Studios, Los Angeles|length = 34:03|label = Apple|genre = Traditional pop
 
A&M Studios, Los Angeles|length = 34:03|label = Apple|genre = Traditional pop
Jazz|producer = George Martin|previous = |next = Beaucoups of Blues}}'''''Sentimental Journey''''' is the debut album by English rock musician and former Beatles drummer [[Ringo Starr]], released in 1970 as the band was breaking up. Starr was the third member of the group to issue a solo recording (after [[George Harrison]] and [[John Lennon]]), and ''Sentimental Journey'' is notable for being the first non-avant-garde studio album by a member of the band, compared to the experimental, soundtrack or live releases of his two bandmates. [[Paul McCartney]]'s debut, ''[[McCartney]]'', would follow three weeks after ''Sentimental Journey'<nowiki/>''s release. Recording of the album was completed in early March 1970, with ''Sentimental Journey'' being rushed out a few weeks later to avoid clashing in the shops with the Beatles' impending final album ''[[Let It Be (album)|Let It Be]]'' in May.
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Jazz|producer = George Martin|previous =Let It Be (album) |next = Beaucoups of Blues}}'''''Sentimental Journey''''' is the debut album by English rock musician and former Beatles drummer [[Ringo Starr]], released in 1970 as the band was breaking up. Starr was the third member of the group to issue a solo recording (after [[George Harrison]] and [[John Lennon]]), and ''Sentimental Journey'' is notable for being the first non-avant-garde studio album by a member of the band, compared to the experimental, soundtrack or live releases of his two bandmates. [[Paul McCartney]]'s debut, ''[[McCartney]]'', would follow three weeks after ''Sentimental Journey'<nowiki/>''s release. Recording of the album was completed in early March 1970, with ''Sentimental Journey'' being rushed out a few weeks later to avoid clashing in the shops with the Beatles' impending final album ''[[Let It Be (album)|Let It Be]]'' in May.
   
 
== Recording ==
 
== Recording ==

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