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Name:Tina Turner Tina (Advance) 2008 RVP

Total Size: 110.21 MB

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Artist : Tina Turner
Album : Tina-(Advance)
Bitrate : VBR kbps
Label : Capital Records
Year : 2008
Genre : RB
Rip date : Sep-16-2008
Store date : Sep-30-2008
Size : 110,1 MB

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Track Listing:

01 - Steamy Windows 04:05
02 - River Deep Mountain High 03:40
03 - Better Be Good To Me 05:11
04 - The Acid Queen 03:50
05 - What You Get Is What You See 04:29
06 - Whats Love Got To Do With It 03:48
07 - Private Dancer 04:02
08 - We Dont Need Another Hero 04:17
09 - I Dont Want To Fight 04:25
10 - Lets Stay Together (Live) 04:43
11 - I Cant Stand The Rain (Live) 04:11
12 - Goldeneye 03:20
13 - Addicted To Love (Live) 05:22
14 - The Best (Live) 05:30
15 - Proud Mary 05:26
16 - Nutbush City Limits 03:02
17 - It Would Be A Crime 03:28
18 - Im Ready 03:45

76:34 min


The most dynamic female soul singer in the history of the music, Tina
Turner oozed sexuality from every pore in a performing career that began
the moment she stepped onstage as lead singer of the Ike Tina Turner
Revue in the late 50s. Her gritty and growling performances beat down
doors everywhere, looking back to the double-barreled attack of gospel
fervor and sexual abandon that had originally formed soul in the early
50s. Divorced from Ike in the mid-70s, she recorded only occasionally
later in the decade but resurfaced in the mid-80s with a series of hit
singles and movie appearances; her high-profile status was assured well
into the 90s.

Born Annie Mae Bullock near Brownsville, TN, she began singing as a
teen, and joined Ike Turners touring show as an 18-year-old backup
vocalist. Just two years later, Tina was the star of the show, the
attention-grabbing focal point for an incredibly smooth-running soul
revue headed by Ike and his Kings of Rhythm. The couple began hitting
the charts in 1960 with A Fool in Love, and notched charting singles
throughout the 60s, though the disappointing position of River Deep-
Mountain High -- cited by Phil Spector as one of his best productions
-- was very hard to take. All expectations were filled in 1971 with
Proud Mary, a number four hit which became the capstone of Ike
Tinas Revue. Frustrated by Ikes increasingly irrational behavior,
though, Tina walked out just three years later.

She celebrated her new-found freedom in 1975 with a role in the film
version of The Whos Tommy. Playing the Acid Queen, she delivered an
outrageous, all-too-brief performance in an otherwise forgettable
mistake of a movie. Several albums were recorded for United Artists
during the late 70s, but she appeared to be washed up by the turn of
the decade. Surprisingly, Tina returned in 1983, first teaming with a
Heaven 17 project named BEF on a remake of the Temptations Ball of
Confusion. Tinas vocal offering was understandably apocalyptic, and
she gained a solo deal with Capitol that same year. Her first single, a
cover of Al Greens Lets Stay Together, hit the Top 30 early in 1984.
Second single Whats Love Got to Do With It became one of the years
biggest hits, spending three weeks at number one. Her album Private
Dancer included two more Top Ten singles, the title track and Better Be
Good to Me. With another movie role in 1985 (Mad Max: Beyond
Thunderdome), she found a number two hit with its theme, We Dont Need
Another Hero. Her next big hit followed in 1986 (Typical Male), after
which Tina began to decline, still charting occasionally and selling
respectably with albums including 1989s Foreign Affair, 1996s Wildest
Dreams, and 2000s Twenty Four Seven.

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