Tina Turner - Tina Live In Europe

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Release date: 25 March 1990

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Tina Turner - Tina Live In Europe: Wikipedia Album Entry

Tina: Live in Europe is a 1988 live album by Tina Turner. This album is compiled of live performances made between the years 1985 and 1987, the majority of which from Turner's Break Every Rule Tour but also from the 1985 Private Dancer Tour, as well as the 1986 Tina Turner: Break Every Rule HBO special recorded in London at the Camden Palace (now Koko), masquerading as Le Club Zero in Paris, also released on video. The double album reached #8 the UK and #86 in the US and sold around 4 million copies worldwide. In 1989 the Album won an Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.

The double CD version of Tina: Live in Europe included two bonus tracks not featured on the original double vinyl album. Certain limited editions of the double LP in turn included a bonus one-sided 7" single featuring an exclusive remix of "Two People" (Tender Mix), which remains unreleased on CD.

Tina: Live In Europe spun off five single releases; "Nutbush City Limits", a cover of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love, "Tonight" with David Bowie, "A Change Is Gonna Come" and "634-5789" with Robert Cray, the most successful being "Addicted to Love" which since has become a mainstay in Turner's live repertoire and later included on the European editions of 1991 hits compilation Simply the Best.

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