TERRY DIZENCIO™ pres. ''TINA TURNER (Tribute Megamix)" (2014)

01. Tina Turner - Something Beautiful Remains
02. Tina Turner - In Your Wildest Dreams (w. Barry White)
03. Tina Turner - I Can't Stand The Rain
04. Tina Turner - Two People
05. Tina Turner - Why Must We Wait Until Tonight
06. Tina Turner - Cose Della Vita (w. Eros Ramazzotti)
07. Tina Turner - I Don't Wanna Fight
08. Tina Turner - I Don't Wanna Lose You
09. Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It
10. Tina Turner - Open Arms
11. Tina Turner - I Want You Near Me
12. Tina Turner - It's Only Love (w. Bryan Adams)
13. Tina Turner - The Best
14. Tina Turner - Goldeneye
15. Tina Turner - Look Me In The Heart
16. Tina Turner - Typical Male
17. Tina Turner - Love Thing
18. Tina Turner - Addicted To Love (w. Robert Palmer)
19. Tina Turner - Private Dancer
20. Tina Turner - Better Be Good To Me
21. Tina Turner - Tearing Us Apart
22. Tina Turner - Whatever You Want
23. Tina Turner - Break Every Rule
24. Tina Turner - Get Back (w. Ike Turner)
25. Tina Turner - When The Heartache Is Over
26. Tina Turner - Missing you
27. Tina Turner - It Takes Two
28. Tina Turner - Steamy Windows
29. Tina Turner - The Acid Queen
30. Tina Turner - Show Some Respect
31. Tina Turner - Nutbush City Limits/Feel Good (w. Ike Turner)
32. Tina Turner - What You Get Is What You See

Total Playtime:
1 hour 19 min 58 sec

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After almost fifty years in the music business, Tina Turner has become one of the most commercially-successful international female rock stars to date. Her sultry, powerful voice, her incredible legs, her time-tested beauty and her unforgettable story all contribute to her legendary status. Born to a sharecropping family in the segregated South, Anna Mae Bullock and her elder sister were abandoned by their sparring parents early on. After her grandmother's death, she eventually moved to St. Louis, Missouri to reunite with her mother. This opened up a whole new world of R&B nightclubs to the precocious 16-year-old. Called up to sing on-stage with Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm in 1956, she displayed a natural talent for performing which the band leader was keen to develop. Soon, Anna Mae's aspirations of a nursing career were forgotten and she began to hang around with the group. When the singer booked to record "A Fool in Love" failed to turn up for the session, Ike drafted in Anna Mae to provide the vocal with the intention of removing it later. However, once he heard her spine-tingling performance of the song, he soon changed his plans. He changed her name to Tina Turner and when the record became a hit, Tina became a permanent fixture in Ike's band and his quest for international stardom. One thing led to another: they were married in Mexico between the births of Tina's two sons - the first a result of an earlier relationship with a musician, the second with Ike. Before too long the Ike and Tina Turner Revue was tearing up large and small R&B and soul venues throughout the early and mid-1960s. The hits were relatively few, but the unsurpassed energy and excitement generated by the live stage show (read: Tina) made the Revue a solid touring act, along with the likes of James Brown and Ray Charles. Their greatest attempt to "cross over" came in 1966 with the historic recording of the Phil Spector production, "River Deep, Mountain High". While it was a commercial flop in the United States, it was a monster hit in Europe - and the start of Tina's European superstar status, which never faded during her long stint of relative obscurity in America in the late 1970s.

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