Starr Regrets Medicated Indianapolis Show

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A regretful U.S. show in 1964 still haunts former BEATLE Ringo Starr - because it was the only performance when he let his bandmates down. The drummer insists he would have been beat perfect throughout his career with the Fab Four, if it wasn't for a terrible show in Indianapolis. He explains, "I had taken too much medication, and I couldn't play. "Paul (MCCartney) looked at me and went, 'One, two, three, four...' and I went, 'Ohhh.' I just couldn't manage it."


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