Tina Live - Private Dancer Tour includes selected tracks from the legendary concert at the N.E.C. in Birmingham, England on March 23, 1985 as part of Tina's Private Dancer Tour. It features also special appearances by David Bowie and Bryan Adams and was broadcasted from the Westwood One Radio Network in America. A limited edition CD & Video Double Pack from 1994 contains the original VHS home video and for the first time all tracks on an exclusive compact disc.

Directed by David Mallet an released in 1985 from PMI on VHS and LaserDisc, Private Dancer Tour reached #2 on the Music Video Sales charts in America. In 2010 it was reissued from Immortal under the different title „The Exciting Tina Turner Live“ on DVD.

Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Video
Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Video

1. Show Some Respect (Live) 3.47

Written by Terry Britten, Graham Lyle

2. I Might Have Been Queen (Live) 4.03

Written by Jeanette Obstoj, Rupert Hine, Jamie West-Oram

3. What’s Love Got To Do With It (Live) 3.53

Written by Terry Britten, Graham Lyle

4. I Can’t Stand The Rain (Live) 3.23

Written by Ann Peebles, Bryan Miller, D. Bryant

5. Better Be Good To Me (Live) 6.34

Written by Mike Chapman, Nicky Chinn, Holly Knight

6. Private Dancer (Live) 6.20

Written by Mark Knopfler

7. Let’s Stay Together (Live) 5.06

Written by Al Green, Willie Mitchell, Al Jackson jr.

8. Help (Live) 5.57

Written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney

9. It’s Only Love (Live duet with Bryan Adams) 3:43

Written by Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance

10. Tonight (Live duet with David Bowie) 5:22

Written by David Bowie, Iggy Pop

11. Let’s Dance (Live duet with David Bowie) 5.18

Written by David Bowie

Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Promo
Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Promo

„Love has everything to do with it" (USA Today)

"The Stage where Tina steps is, in the words of David Bowie The Hottest Place in the Universe" (LA Herald Examiner)

"Talk about putting out fire with gasoline, this concert presentation throbs with vascularity" (The Village Voice)

Tina Turner — indisputably the hottest female vocalist of the past two years — has now been captured live in the most dramatic concert ever put to film!

Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Video

1984

Tina Turner - Private Dancer EP - Video

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1985

Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Video

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1986

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