Ike Turner - Songs

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1-8-1-2 (I Ate One Too) (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

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A Fool In Love

Released as the first Ike & Tina Turner single in 1960 and included on the 1961 debut album The Soul of Ike & Tina. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1996 album My Bluescountry.

A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Every Day)

Martha and the Vandellas cover song, from the album River Deep - Mountain High and released as a single in 1966. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1996 album My Bluescountry and once again on the 2006 album Risin’ With The Blues.

After Hours (Instrumental)

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Also Sprach Zarathustra (Live Instrumental)

From Ike & Tina’s concerts in the 1970’s. It was never officially released.

Amazing Grace

From the 1974 album „The Gospel According to Ike & Tina“, with lead vocals from Ike.

Annie Had A Baby

From the 1973 album Let Me Touch Your Mind. The song contains lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

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Baby, Get It On

Released as a single in 1975, taken from the album Acid Queen. The song contains lead vocals from Tina and Ike. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1996 album My Bluescountry.

Baby's Got It (Instrumental)

From the 2001 album Here And Now. A live version was released on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

Back At The Chicken Shack (Live Instrumental)

Live intro from the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

Ballad Of The All Time Blues

From the 1973 album Confined To Soul, with lead vocals from the Family Vibes.

Beauty Is In The Eye (Of The Beholder)

From the 1973 album Confined To Soul, with lead vocals from the Family Vibes.

Bi Polar (Instrumental)

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Big Fat Mama

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Blacks' Alley (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Black Angel (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Black Beauty (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Bootie Lip (Instrumental)

From the album Strange Fruit and released as a single in 1972.

Bootsie Whitelaw

Ike & Tina song, from the 1975 album Acid Queen. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1991 sampler „Good Old Times“.

Box Top

Released as a single in 1958, with lead vocals from Ike and background vocals from Little Ann (Tina Turner). It’s the very first record with Anna Mae.

Broken Hearted

From the 1972 album Blues Roots.

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Caldonia

Fromt the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues. A live version was released on the 2006 album Live In Concert.

Catfish Blues

From the 2001 album Here And Now. A live version was released on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

Cold Day In Hell

From the 2001 album Here And Now.

City Girl, Country Man

Judy Clay & Billy Vera cover song. Ike & Tina performed it live in their concerts in the late 1970’s. A previously unreleased studio version is available under the different title "It's Groovier Across The Line“ on the 2005 sampler „His Woman, Her Man“. The song contains lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

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Don't Hold Your Breath

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

De Funk (Instrumental)

Previously unreleased track from the 1990 sampler „40 Rare Recordings“.

D.M.Z (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Doin' The Tina Turner (Live Instrumental)

Instrumental introduction from the 1971 album What You Hear Is What You Get.

Don't Believe Nothing

Previously unreleased song from the 2005 sampler „His Woman, Her Man“. The song contains lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

Doublemint (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

Dust My Broom

From the 1969 album Outta Season. A different version was released as a single in 1973. Ike & Tina performed it live in their concerts, released on the 1973 album The World of Ike & Tina. Last but not least, an Ike Turner version was released on the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

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Early One Morning

From the 1996 album My Bluescountry. Ike & Tina released the song as a single in 1973, taken from the album Let Me Touch Your Mind.

Eighteen Long Years

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

El Burrito (Instrumental)

From the 1973 album Confined to Soul.

Endlessly

Previously unreleased song, from the 1991 sampler „Good Old Times“.

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Father Alone

From the album „The Gospel According To Ike & Tina“ and released as a single in 1974, with lead vocals from Ike.

Feel So Good (Live)

From the 1964 album Revue - Live with lead vocals from the Kings of Rhythm.

Feelin' Low Down

From the 2001 album Here And Now.

Five Long Years

Eddy Boyd cover song, from the 1996 album My Bluescountry. A live version was released on the 2006 album Live In Concert. Ike & Tina released the song in 1969 on the album Outta Season.

Flockin' With You

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

For Your Precious Love (Live)

From the 1964 album Revue - Live with lead vocals from the Kings of Rhythm.

Freedom Sound (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Funky Ball (Instrumental)

Previously unreleased instrumental track from the 1990 sampler „40 Rare Recordings“.

Funky Mule (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Funky Street (Live Instrumental)

From the 1969 album In Person.

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Garbage Man

From the 1973 album Confined To Soul with lead vocals from the Family Vibes. An edited version was released as a single.

Games People Play

Previously unreleased song from the 1991 sampler „Good Old Times“. Ike & Tina performed it live in their concerts, released on the 1973 album The World of Ike & Tina. The song contains lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

Gave You What You Wanted

From the 2001 album Here And Now.

Get It - Get It

Instrumental track and a version with lead vocals from Barbara Cole from the 1996 album My Bluescountry. Ike & Tina released the song as a single in 1967, reissued on the 1971 album „Her Man… His Woman“.

Getting Nasty (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Ghetto Funk (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Gimme Back My Wig

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Goin' Home

From the 1972 album Blues Roots.

Goin’ Home Tomorrow

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Going Home (Instrumental)

From the 1961 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

Grumbling (Instrumental)

From the album Outta Season and the I've Been Loving You Too Long single b-side in 1969. A live version was also released on the 1971 album „Live in Paris“.

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Happy But Lonely (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Heep-A-Hole-Lot (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

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I Can't Believe What You Say (For Seeing What You Do)

Released as a single in 1964 and reissued on the 1966 album The Soul of Ike & Tina. Ike & Tina performed it live in their concerts, released on the 1964 album Revue - Live. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1980 album The Edge.

I Don't Want Nobody

From the 1980 album The Edge. A different version was also released on the 2006 album Risin’ With The Blues.

I Feel Alright (Live Instrumental)

Unreleased live instrumental track.

I Love The Way You Love

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

I Miss You

From the 1996 album My Bluescountry with lead vocals from Audrey Madison Turner.

I Need A Nuddin'

From the 2001 album Here And Now. A live version was released on the 2006 album Live In Concert.

Ike's Boogie Woogie (Live Instrumental)

From the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

Ike's Theme (Instrumental)

From the 2001 album Here And Now. A live version was released on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

Ike's Tune (Live Instrumental)

From the 1971 album What You Hear Is What You Get.

If You Love Me Like You Say (Live)

From the 1973 album The World of Ike & Tina, with lead vocals from Ike Turner.

I’m Blue

From the 1996 album My Bluescountry. The song was originally released as a single in 1961 from the Ikettes.

I’m The Only One (Live)

From the 2006 album Live In Concert.

I've Been Loving You Too Long (Live)

Otis Redding cover song, from the album Outta Season and released as a single in 1969 and 1971. Ike & Tina performed it live in their concerts with lead vocals from Tina and Ike, released on the 1971 album „Live In Paris“. A live version from Ike Turner with lead vocals from Audrey Madison Turner is available on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

It’s Gonna Work Out Fine

Released as a single in 1961, with lead vocals from Tina and Ike. They performed it also live in their concerts, released on the 1970 album Festival of Live Performances. An instrumental version was released on the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's Kings Of Rhythm and a remixed version on the 2001 A Fool In Love (Millenium Versions) EP.

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Jazzy Fuzzy (Instrumental)

Fromt the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Jesus

Previously unreleased song, from the 1985 sampler Golden Empire.

Jesus Loves Me

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Johnny B. Goode (Live)

From the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

Jumpin (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Just A Closer Walk With Thee

From the 1974 album „The Gospel According To Ike & Tina“, with lead vocals from Ike.

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Later For You Baby

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

Lawdy Miss Clawdy

From the 1972 album Blues Roots.

Lum Dum

From the 1980 album The Edge.

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Make 'Em Wait

From the 1966 album „River Deep - Mountain High“ and released as a single in 1970, with guest vocals from Ike. The song was also recorded by the Ikettes.

Mercy, Mercy, Mercy (Live Instrumental)

From the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

My Babe

Little Walter cover song, from the 1969 album Outta Season. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1972 album Blues Roots and once again on the 1996 album My Bluescountry.

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Na Na

From the 1971 River Deep - Mountain High promo single.

Neckin (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

No Other Woman

From the 1980 album The Edge.

Nuff Said (Part I) (Instrumental)

From the 1971 album Nuff Said.

Nuff Said (Part II) (Instrumental)

From the 1971 album Nuff Said.

Nutbush City Limits (Live)

From the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival), with lead vocals from Audrey Turner. Ike & Tina Turner released the song originally as a single in 1973, taken from the album Nutbush City Limits.

Nuttin’ Up (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

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One Nite Stand

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

Only Women Bleed (Live)

From the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival), with lead vocals from Audrey Turner. Ike & Tina Turner released the song originally on the 1980 album The Edge.

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Pardon Me (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Party Vibes

From the album The Edge and released as a promo in 1980.

Philly Dog (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Pick Me Up (Take Me Where Your Home Is)

From the 1971 album Nuff Said  with lead vocals from Tina and Ike. They performed it also live in their concerts, released on the 1993 album „Live at Circus Krone“.

Potato Mash (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

Prancing (Instrumental)

From the album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm and released as a single in 1962.

Proud Mary

Creedence Clearwater Revival cover song, from the 1970 album Workin Together and released as a single in 1971. Ike & Tina performed it live in their concerts, released on the 1971 album What You Hear Is What You Get. The originally version contains guest vocals from Ike. An Ike Turner „Funky Version“ was released on the 1991 sampler „Good Old Times“ and a live version from Ike Turner with lead vocals from Audrey Madison Turner is available on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

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Rats

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

Right On

From the album Blues Roots and released as a single in 1972.

River Deep - Mountain High

Title track from the 1966 album „River Deep - Mountain High“ and released as a single in 1966. Ike Turner recorded a very strange solo version, released as a promo single in 1971.

Rocket 88

Originally a single in 1951. Ike reissued it on the 2001 album Here And Now. A live version was released on the 2006 album Live In Concert.

Rockin' Blues

From the 1972 album Blues Roots and the 2006 album Risin’ With The Blues.

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Scotty Souling (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Senor Blues (Instrumental)

From the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Sexy Ida

From the 1996 album My Bluescountry with lead vocals from Patrick Gammon and Anita Davis. The Tina Turner written song was originally released as a single in 1974.

She Made My Blood Run Cold

From the 1968 Thinking Black single b-side.

Sixty-Nine (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Sliding (Instrumental)

Previously unreleased intrumental track, from the 1990 sampler „40 Rare Recordings“.

So Fine

From the album So Fine and released as a single in 1968 with lead vocals from the Ikettes and background vocals from Tina. A previously unreleased version with lead vocals from Tina and Ike is available on the 1991 sampler „Good Old Times“.

Something Came Over Me

From the 1966 album The Soul of Ike & Tina with lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

Soppin Molasses (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Steel Guitar Rag (Instrumental)

From the 1961 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm. A live version was released on the 2006 album Live In Concert.

Stormy Weather

From the 1977 album Delilah's Power. A previously unreleased Ike Turner version was released on the 1991 sampler „Good Old Times“.

Swanee Lover Boogie (Instrumental)

From the 2001 album Here And Now.

Sweet (Instrumental)

From the 1972 album Strange Fruit.

Sweet Black Angel

From the 1996 album My Bluescountry. A live version was released on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

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Tacks In My Shoes

From the 1972 album Blues Roots.

Take A Walk With Me

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

Take My Hand Precious Lord

From the 1974 album „The Gospel According to Ike & Tina“, with lead vocals from Ike.

Takin' Back My Name

Released as a single in 1970, not available on any album.

Tease Me

Fromt the 2006 album Risin' With The Blues.

Tequila (Live)

Fromt the 2006 album Live In Concert.

That's Alright

Jimmy Rogers cover song, from the 1971 album „Her Man… His Woman“. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1972 album Blues Roots.

That's How Much I Love You

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

The Things I Used To Do

From the 1969 album The Hunter. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1972 album Blues Roots.

These Dreams

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

The Big Question

Released as a single in 1961 with lead vocals from Clayton Love.

The Cash Box Blues (Oops, We Printed The Wrong Story Again) (Instrumental)

From the 1967 I’ll Never Need More Than This single b-side, not available on any album.

The Groove (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

The Gulley (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

The Rooster (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

Think

From the 1972 album Blues Roots.

Theme Changes (Instrumental)

From the 2004 Live In ’71 home video.

Theme From Shaft (Live Instrumental)

From the 1973 album The World of Ike & Tina.

Thinking Black (Instrumental)

From the 1968 album A Black Man’s Soul.

Tore Up

From the 2001 album Here And Now.

Trackdown Twist (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

Twistaroo (Instrumental)

From the 1962 album Dance - Ike & Tina Turner's King's Of Rhythm.

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Up Hard (Instrumental)

From the 1969 album A Black Man’s Soul.

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When The Saints Go Marching In

From the 1974 album „The Gospel According To Ike & Tina“ with lead vocals from Tina and Ike. An Ike Turner version was released on the 1991 sampler „Those Were The Days“.

Won’t You Forgive Me

From the 1963 album Dynamite! and the 1961 It’s Gonna Work Out Fine single b-side, with lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

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You Can't Blame Me

From the album The Soul of Ike & Tina and the Poor Fool single b-side from 1961, with lead vocals from Tina and Ike.

You Can Have The City

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

You Can't Have Your Cake And Eat It Too

Unreleased Ike Turner version. The song was originally released from the Ikettes.

You Can't Winnum All

From the 2001 album Here And Now. A live version was released on the 2002 album The Resurrection (Live Montreux Jazz Festival).

You Won't Let Me Go

From the 1973 album Bad Dreams.

You're Still My Baby

Chuck Willis cover song, from the 1969 album The Hunter. An Ike Turner version is available on the 1972 album Blues Roots.