Ringo’s Rotogravure is the fifth studio album by Ringo Starr, released in 1976. It was Starr’s last album to feature active involvement from all four former Beatles before John Lennon’s death in 1980.
The album was released on 17 September 1976 in the UK to a lukewarm response. Despite letting him record the song, Harrison was not pleased with Starr’s version of “I’ll Still Love You”, and proceeded to take legal action against Starr, which was soon settled out of court. The album’s title came from the film Easter Parade (1948). At the time living as a UK tax exile, Starr promoted the album with interviews in Denmark, France and Italy. The album was packaged with a free magnifying glass so that those who bought the album could read the graffiti that was featured on the album’s back cover. The “A Dose of Rock ‘n’ Roll” single, backed with “Cryin'”, on 20 September in the US, reaching number 26.
The poster in this press kit measures 82 x 59 cm (32.75 x 23.25 inch).