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Name:Tina Turner Tina (Advance) 2008 RVP

Total Size: 110.21 MB

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00-tina_turner-tina-(advance)-2008.m3u (Size: 104.31 MB) (Files: 20)

 00-tina_turner-tina-(advance)-2008.m3u

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 00-tina_turner-tina-(advance)-2008.nfo

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 00-tina_turner-tina-(advance)-2008.sfv

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 01-tina_turner-steamy_windows.mp3

6.14 MB

 02-tina_turner-river_deep_mountain_high.mp3

3.65 MB

 03-tina_turner-better_be_good_to_me.mp3

7.58 MB

 05-tina_turner-what_you_get_is_what_you_see.mp3

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 06-tina_turner-whats_love_got_to_do_with_it.mp3

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 07-tina_turner-private_dancer.mp3

6.08 MB

 08-tina_turner-we_dont_need_another_hero.mp3

5.89 MB

 09-tina_turner-i_dont_want_to_fight.mp3

7.36 MB

 10-tina_turner-lets_stay_together_(live).mp3

6.28 MB

 11-tina_turner-i_cant_stand_the_rain_(live).mp3

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 12-tina_turner-goldeneye.mp3

5.56 MB

 13-tina_turner-addicted_to_love_(live).mp3

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 14-tina_turner-the_best_(live).mp3

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 15-tina_turner-proud_mary.mp3

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 16-tina_turner-nutbush_city_limits.mp3

5.03 MB

 17-tina_turner-it_would_be_a_crime.mp3

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 18-tina_turner-im_ready.mp3

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+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+
| |
| Artist : Tina Turner |
| Album : Tina-(Advance) |
| Bitrate : VBR kbps |
| Label : Capital Records |
| Year : 2008 |
| Genre : R&B |
| Rip date : Sep-16-2008 |
| Store date : Sep-30-2008 |
| Size : 110,1 MB |
| |
+--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
| |
|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 - What's Love Got To Do With It 03:48 |
| 07 - Private Dancer 04:02 |
| 08 - We Don't Need Another Hero 04:17 |
| 09 - I Don't Want To Fight 04:25 |
| 10 - Let's Stay Together (Live) 04:43 |
| 11 - I Can't 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 - I'm Ready 03:45 |
| |
| |
| 76:34 min |
| |
+----------------------------------[Notes]-----------------------------------+
| |
| 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 Turner's 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 & |
| Tina's Revue. Frustrated by Ike's 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 Who's 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." Tina's vocal offering was understandably apocalyptic, and |
| she gained a solo deal with Capitol that same year. Her first single, a |
| cover of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together," hit the Top 30 early in 1984. |
| Second single "What's Love Got to Do With It" became one of the year's |
| 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 Don't 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 1989's Foreign Affair, 1996's Wildest |
| Dreams, and 2000's Twenty Four Seven

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