Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It
NME.COM feature on Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 15 June 1993
The void that'll open when this ageless wonder does hang up her heels is something no gimmick will ever fill...
- Nov 20, 2000
Singer is ill - but shows will be rescheduled
Fans treated to a career-spanning two-hour extravaganza
Album also includes rare recordings and two new tracks
Tina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It: Wikipedia Album Entry
What's Love Got to Do with It is the eighth solo album by Tina Turner, released on EMI/Parlophone in 1993. It is the soundtrack album for the Tina Turner biographical film What's Love Got to Do with It, released by Touchstone Pictures the same year. Tina Turner re-recorded many of her songs from the Ike and Tina Turner period for this album including their first hit single "A Fool In Love". The album also includes Turner's version of The Trammps' disco classic "Disco Inferno", a song she had often performed live in concert in the late seventies but never previously recorded in studio. Two tracks from her 1984 breakthrough solo album Private Dancer are also included, the title track to the movie and "I Might Have Been Queen". This album hit #1 on the UK Top 75.
The U.S. version of the album omits two tracks; "Shake A Tailfeather" and "Tina's Wish".
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