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Commentators have regularly interpreted the song as an attack by Starr on his former Beatles bandmate Paul McCartney. Get yourself together now And give me Glamorous Life - Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band* - Tour 2003 (DVD) tasty Everything you try to do You know it sure sounds wasted. In author Andrew Grant Jackson's interpretation, Starr, having composed few songs in the past, was goading himself to "finally write a 'tasty' song", yet Glamorous Life - Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band* - Tour 2003 (DVD) the same time, he was probably castigating McCartney".
A further example of Starr's allegedly anti-McCartney message exists in the song's first verse:  . The same commentators suggest that here Starr could be referring to the " Paul is dead " rumour. In addition to these supposed messages in "Back Off Boogaloo", observers have viewed the song title as Starr's rebuke to McCartney to abandon his legal stand against the Beatles and Apple Corps which was placed in receivership in March after a High Court judge found in McCartney's favour.
Paul' mindset" following the Beatles' break-upto the extent that "Back Off Boogaloo" was "as damning as ' Early ' had been conciliatory". Having earmarked the song as his next single,  Starr recorded "Back Off Boogaloo" in Septemberfollowing his appearance at the Harrison-organised Concert for Bangladesh in New York.
Rodriguez describes Starr's "martial-sounding opening" as a rare "showcase for his own drumming",  while Harrison biographer Simon Leng writes of "a roaring series of Harrison slide breaks that brought to mind Duane Allman ".
For the single's B-sideStarr had already written and recorded "Blindman". Starr produced the track with Voormann. Rex concert held at Wembley on 18 March The song was a hit in the US, peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot and achieved Starr's best position on the UK Singles Chart where it reached number 2. Re-releases for "Back Off Boogaloo" include Starr's greatest hits album, Blast from Your Past and, along with "Blindman", as a bonus track on the reissue of his Goodnight Vienna album.
There's a touch of the Marc Bolans in this highly playable rhythmic excursion It's hypnotic and effective, ideal for jukeboxes and liable to send us all mad by the end of the week.
Writing inNME critic Bob Woffinden commented on Starr's success in establishing himself in the first two years after the Beatles' break-up, and said that the single "confirmed that he and Harrison, dark horses both, were the ones who had managed their solo careers more purposefully and intelligently" compared with McCartney and Lennon.
Among Beatle biographers, Simon Leng terms it "a rocking, soccer crowd chant that suited Starr's talents well",  and Bruce Spizer praises the track as a "high-energy in-your-face rocker propelled by Ringo's thundering drums and George's stinging slide guitar". He comments that the song has "been appropriated" by several artists, including the glam-metal band Warrantin their hit single " Cherry Pie ", and Franz Ferdinand Glamorous Life - Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band* - Tour 2003 (DVD), in " Take Me Out ".
Starr overdubbed his vocals on 4 December, four days before the murder of John Lennon who had been due to record his contributions to Stop and Smell the Roses in January Starr released another re-recording of "Back Off Boogaloo" as one of the four bonus tracks on the CD and digital versions of his album Give More Love. I'm thinking who the hell is that playing? Then I realise, I'm on guitar! Starr also played the song live with "Ringo and the Roundheads",  a band he formed to promote his studio album Vertical Man.
The following musicians played on the original version of "Back Off Boogaloo":  . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I was great at writing two verses and a chorus — I'm still pretty good at that. Finishing songs is not my forte … I started writing "Back Off Boogaloo," then took it to George to help Glamorous Life - Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band* - Tour 2003 (DVD) off.
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