Private Dancer (30th Anniversary Edition) Tina Turner
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- 1I Might Have Been Queen04:10
- 2What's Love Got To Do With It03:50
- 3Show Some Respect03:19
- 4I Can't Stand The Rain03:43
- 5Private Dancer07:14
- 6Let's Stay Together05:17
- 7Better Be Good To Me05:12
- 8Steel Claw03:49
Info for Private Dancer (30th Anniversary Edition)
Warner Celebrates 30 Years of Tina Turner’s “Private Dancer”. Tina Turner’s landmark “comeback” album, „Private Dancer“ is a must-have for music-lovers. The four-time Grammy-winning album yielded seven singles and catapulted Tina Turner straight back to the top.
When Private Dancer was issued in May 1984, it was Turner’s first album since 1979’s Love Explosion. Recorded in England with four different production teams, it marked a departure from the rhythm and blues that characterized her time with the Ike and Tina Turner Revue. Private Dancer introduced a Tina Turner for the eighties – lithe, sexy, and ready to rock. Emphasizing slickly shimmering pop and rock, Turner’s singular, energetic delivery brought the grit. The album’s material was diverse, including covers from The Beatles (“Help!”), Al Green (“Let’s Stay Together”), and Ann Peebles (“I Can’t Stand the Rain”). (“Help!” was eliminated from the original 9-track U.S. LP pressing; the full 10-track album is, of course, presented for this reissue.)
Private Dancer, the album, was a U.S. No. 3 album and a U.K. No. 2, eventually going 5x platinum and 3x platinum in those countries, respectively. The 30th Anniversary Edition includes the original album remastered on the first disc, along with a 15-song second disc of 12-inch mixes, B-sides and three non-album singles, plus duets with Bryan Adams (“It’s Only Love”) and David Bowie (“Tonight”). The reissue also features the track “Ball of Confusion (That’s What the World is Today)” (with the British Electric Foundation) recorded with Martin Ware of Heaven 17, and Turner’s theme to Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome. The seven bonus tracks from the 2000 reissue are all included, along with eight additional tracks, adding up to a generous bonus disc. Diehard fans will notice that the set doesn’t include all of the album’s related singles. Numerous 7-inch and 12-inch mixes are notably absent, including the familiar single edit of “Private Dancer” itself, as well as the instrumental and extended versions of the Mad Max theme and more.
Tina Turner, vocals, background vocals
Jeff Beck, guitar
Terry Britten, guitar, vocals, background vocals
Hal Lindes, guitar
David T. Walker, guitar
Paul Warren, guitar
Gary Barnacle, saxophone
Mel Collins, saxophone
Joe Sample, synthesizer, piano
Martyn Ware, synthesizer, vocals, background vocals
Nick Plytas, piano, synthesizer
David Ervin, synthesizer
Billy Livsey, keyboards
Jimmy Philips, keyboards
Nick Glennie-Smith, keyboards
Alan Clark, percussion, keyboards
Wilton Felder, bass, saxophone
Rupert Hine, bass, percussion, keyboards, vocals, background vocals
John Illsley, bass
John Trivers, bass
Graham Broad, drums
Jack Bruno, drums
Terry Williams, drums
Frank Ricotti, percussion
Cy Curnin, vocals, background vocals
Glenn Gregory, vocals, background vocals
Tessa Niles, vocals, background vocals
Engineered by F. Byron Clark, John Hudson, Walter Samuel, Greg Walsh, Stephen W. Tayler
Mixed by John Hudson, Stephen W. Tayler
Mastering by Alan Yoshida
Produced by Terry Britten, John Carter, Leon 'Ndugu' Chancler, Wilton Felder, Rupert Hine, Joe Sample, Greg Walsh, Martyn Ware
Please Note: We offer this album in its native sampling rate of 44.1 kHz, 24-bit. The provided 96 kHz version was up-sampled and offers no audible value!
Born Anna Mae Bullock has an estimated net worth of $200 million. Bullock, famous as Tina Turner is a singer, dancer, actress, author, and choreographer. Turner’s musical career began in 1957 when she sang on one of the performances of Ike Turner’s band, Kings of Rhythm. In 1958, Turner had her first studio recording singing background, under the name "Little Ann", on the Ike Turner song, "Box Top", alongside singer Carlson Oliver. In 1960, Tina and Ike’s duo "A Fool in Love" peaked at #2 on the Hot R&B Sides chart by August and #27 on the Billboard Hot 100 by October. In 1961, Tina and Ike’s duo It's Gonna Work Out Fine" peaked at #14 on the Hot 100 and later won their first Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock and Roll Performance. From 1978 to 1979, Turner promoted her Wild Lady of Rock 'n' Roll tour, where she continued to be successful in a live act. In 1982, Turner recorded a cover of The Temptations' "Ball of Confusion" for the UK production team B.E.F. which became a hit in European dance clubs. In November 1983, Tina released her cover of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" with Capitol. The record reached the top 40 and top 10 in UK and at #26 on the US pop chart and top 5 of the US R&B and dance charts in February 1984. In June 1984, turner released her album, Private Dancer which peaked at the Top 5 of the Billboard album charts and sold five million copies in the U.S. and a total of eleven million copies worldwide. In 1996, Turner released her comeback album, Wildest Dreams which went gold in the US and platinum success in Europe. In early 2000, Turner’s Twenty Four Seven Tour concert tour grossed over $100 million. In 2004, Tina made her first professional appearances following her semi-retirement, released the compilation album, All the Best, which produced the single "Open Arms", and sold more than a million copies in the US. In October 2008, Turner embarked on her first tour in nearly ten years with the Tina!: 50th Anniversary Tour. Turner appeared on the cover of the German issue of Vogue magazine in April 2013, at age 73.
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