The Collected Recordings - Sixties To Nineties is a special 3 CD box, released November 1994 on Capitol Records in 1994. The first CD contains some well-known hits from Ike & Tina, the second one live songs, b-sides and some rare previously unreleased tracks like the demo „Games“. CD 3 is a greatest hits collection from Tina solo. The very nice 42-page booklet is full of wonderful pictures and includes a story about Tina.

Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album
Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album

disc 1

1. A Fool In Love 2:53

Written by Ike Turner / Produced by Juggy Murray and Ike Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart July 31. 1961, reached #27 / R&B Chart August 1, 1960, reached #2 / From the single (Sue 730)

2. It’s Gonna Work Out Fine 3:04

Written by Rose Marie McCoy, Sylvia McKinney / Produced by Juggy Murray, Ike Turner, Mickey and Sylvia / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart July 31, 1961, reached #14 / R&B Chart July 24, 1961, reached #2 / From the single (Sue 749)

3. I Idolize You 2:52

Written by Ike Turner / Produced by Juggy Murray and Ike Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart December 12, 1960, reached #82 / R&B Chart December 19, 1960, reached #5 / From the single (Sue 735)

4. Poor Fool 2:33

Written by Ike Turner / Produced by Juggy Murray and Ike Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart November 27, 1961, reached #38 / R&B Chart December 25, 1961, reached #4 / From the single (Sue 753)

5. A Letter From Tina 2:35

Written by Ike Turner / Produced by Ike Turner

6. Finger Poppin’ (Live) 2:48

Written by Otis Blackwell / Produced by Ike Turner / From the album „Live! The Ike & Tina Turner Show" (Warner Bros. 1579)

7. River Deep, Mountain High 3:39

Written by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich / Produced by Phil Spector / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart May 5, 1966, reached #88 / UK Chart reached #3 / From the single (Philles 131)

8. Crazy Bout’ You Baby 3:26

Written by W. Williamson / Produced by Bob Krasnow / From the album "Outta Season" (Blue Thumb 5)

9. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long 3:55

Written by Otis Redding, J. Butler / Produced by Bob Krasnow & Tina Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart April 26, 1969, reached #68 / R&B Chart May 17, 1969, reached #23 / From the album "Outta Season" (Blue Thumb 5)

10. Bold Soul Sister 3:37

Written by Ike Turner, Tina Turner / Produced by Bob Krasnow / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart December 20, 1969, reached #59 / R&B Chart December 27, 1969, reached #22 / Grammy nomination 1969: Best R&B Vocal Performance Female / From the album "The Hunter" (Blue Thumb 11)

11. I Want To Take You Higher 2:54

Written by Sylvester Stewart / Produced by Ike Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart May 23, 1970, reached #34 / R&B Chart June 13, 1970, reached #25 / From the album "Come Together" (Liberty 7637)

12. Come Together 3:43

Written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney / Produced by Ike Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart March 7, 1970, reached #57 / R&B Chart February 7. 1970, reached #21 / From the album "Come Together" (Liberty 7637)

13. Honky Tonk Woman 3:10

Written by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards / Produced by Ike Turner / From the album "Come Together" (Liberty 7637)

14. Proud Mary 4:59

Written by John C. Fogerty / Produced by Ike Turner • Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart January 30, 1971, reached #4 / R&B Chart February 27, 1971, reached #5 / Grammy Award 1971: Best R&B Vocal Performance By A Group / From the album "Workin Together" (Liberty 7650)

15. Nutbush City Limits 3:00

Written by Tina Turner / Produced by Ike Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart September 8, 1973, reached #22 / R&B Chart August 25, 1973, reached #11 / From the album "Nutbush City Limits" (United Artists 180)

16. Sexy Ida (Part I) 2:30

Written by Tina Turner / Produced by Ike Turner, Claude Williams. Jackie Clarke and Gerard Augustin / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart November 2, 1974, reached #65 / R&B Chart August 17, 1974, reached #29 / From the single (United Artists 528)

17. Sexy Ida (Part II) 3:02

Written by Tina Turner / Produced by Ike Turner, Claude Williams, Jackie Clarke and Gerard Augustin / From the single (United Artists 528)

18. It Ain’t Right (Lovin’ To Be Lovin’) 2:36

Written by Ike Turner / From the album "Come Together" (Liberty Records 7637)

Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album
Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album

disc 2

1. Acid Queen (Soundtrack Version) 3:49

Written by Pete Townshend / Produced by Robert Stigwood and Ken Russell / From the original soundtrack recording of the Ken Russell film "Tommy" (Polydor 9502)

2. Whole Lotta Love 4:43

Written by Robert Plant, Page, Jones, Bonham / Charted on Billboard R&B chart November 8, 1975, reached #61 / From the B.E.F. album "Music of Quality and Distinction“

3. Ball Of Confusion (Remix) 4:11

Written by N. Whitfield, B. Strong / Produced by Martyn Ware and Greg Walsh / From the B.E.F. album "Music of Quality and Distinction“

4. A Change Is Gonna Come (Remix) 4:45

Written by Sam Cooke / Produced by Martyn Ware and Greg Walsh / B-side single

5. Johnny And Mary 4:12

Written by Robert Palmer / Produced by Richard Perry / From the soundtrack "Summer Lovers" (Warner Bros. 23695)

6. Games (Demo) 4:17

Written by Andrea Farber, Vince Melamed / Previously unreleased demo

7. When I Was Young 3:12

Written by Eric Burdon, D. Briggs / Produced by Carter / B-side of "Better Be Good To Me" single (Capitol 5387)

8. Total Control 6:28

Written by M. Davis, J. Jourard / Produced by Carter / Edited version previously released on "USA for Africa" (Columbia 4 004 3)

9. Let’s Pretend We’re Married (Live) 4:16

Written by Prince / Recorded live by Westwood One in Chicago, September 9. 1984 / Remixed by Carter / B-side of "Show Some Respect" single Capitol (5461)

10. It’s Only Love (duet with Bryan Adams) 3:15

Written by Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance / Produced by Bryan Adams and Bob Clearmountain / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart November 23, 1985, reached #15 / Grammy nomination 1985: Best Rock Performance By A Duo or Group / From the Bryan Adams album "Reckless" (A&M 5013)

11. Don’t Turn Around 4:17

Written by D. Warren, Albert Hammond / Produced by Bryan Adams and Bob Clearmountain / B-side of "Typical Male" single (Capitol 5615)

12. Legs (Live) 4:59

Written by Gibbons, Hill, Beard / Recorded live at the Blockbuster Pavilion, San Bernardino, California

13. Addicted To Love (Live) 5:24

Written by Robert Palmer / Produced by John Hudson / Grammy Award 1988: Best Rock Vocal Performance Female / From the album "Tina: Live in Europe" (Capitol 90126)

14. Tearing Us Apart (duet with Eric Clapton) 4:18

Written by Eric Clapton, Greg Phillinganes / Produced by Phil Collins / From the Eric Clapton album "August" (Duck 25476)

15. It Takes Two (duet with Rod Stewart) 4:12

Written by Sylvia Moy, William Stevenson / Produced by Rod Stewart and Kim Weston / From the albums: Tina Turner "Simply the Best" (Capitol 97152) and Rod Stewart "Vagabond Heart" (Warner Bros. 26300)

Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album
Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album

disc 3

1. Let’s Stay Together 5:17

Written by Green, Mitchell, Jackson / Produced by Martyn Ware and Greg Walsh / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart January 21, 1984, reached #26 / R&B Chart January 28, 1984, reached #3 • Grammy nomination: Best R&B Vocal Performance / From the 1984 Grammy nominated Album of the Year "Private Dancer" (Capitol 46041)

2. What’s Love Got To Do With It 3:46

Written by T. Britten, G. Lyle / Produced by Terry Britten / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart May 19, 1984, reached #1 / R&B Chart June 2. 1984, reached #2 / Grammy Awards 1984: Record of the Year & Song of the Year: Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female / From the 1984 Grammy nominated Album of the Year "Private Dancer" (Capitol 46041)

3. Better Be Good To Me 5:10

Written by Knight, Chinn, Chapman / Produced by Rupert Hine / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart September 15, 1984, reached #5 / R&B Chart September 22, 1984, reached #6 / Grammy Award 1984: Best Rock Vocal Performance Female / From the 1984 Grammy nominated Album of the Year "Private Dancer" (Capitol 46041)

4. Private Dancer 7:12

Written by Mark Knopfler / Produced by Carter / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart January 19, 1985, reached #7 / R&B Chart January 19, 1985, reached #3 / From the 1984 Grammy nominated Album of the Year "Private Dancer" (Capitol 46041)

5. I Can’t Stand The Rain 3:44

Written by Peebles, Bryant, Miller / Produced by Terry Britten / From the 1984 Grammy nominated Album of the Year "Private Dancer" (Capitol 46041)

6. Help 4:31

Written by J. Lennon, P. McCartney / Produced by Joe Sample, Wilton Felder and Ndugu Chancler / From the European version of "Private Dancer"

7. We Don’t Need Another Hero 4:15

Written by T. Britten, G. Lyle / Produced by Terry Britten / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart July 6, 1985, reached #2 / R&B Chart July 13, 1985, reached #3 / Grammy nomination 1986: Best Pop Vocal Performance Female / From the soundtrack "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome" (Capitol 12429)

8. Typical Male 4:16

Written by T. Britten, G. Lyle / Produced by Terry Britten / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart August 30, 1986, reached #2 / R&B chart August 30, 1986, reached #3 / Grammy nomination 1986: Best Pop Vocal Performance Female / From the album "Break Every Rule" (Capitol 46323)

9. What You Get Is What You See 4:27

Written by T. Britten, G. Lyle / Produced by Terry Britten / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart February 7, 1987, reached #13 / From the album "Break Every Rule" (Capitol 46323)

10. Paradise Is Here 5:30

Written by Paul Brady / Produced by Mark Knopfler and Neil Dorfsman / From the album "Break Every Rule" (Capitol 46323)

11. Back Where You Started 4:28

Written by B. Adams, J. Vallance / Produced by Bryan Adams and Bob Clearmountain / Grammy Award 1986: Best Rock Vocal Performance Female / From the album “Break Every Rule" (Capitol 46323)

12. The Best 5:29

Written by M. Chapman, H. Knight / Produced by Dan Hartman and Tina Turner / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart September 2, 1989, reached #15 / Grammy nomination 1989: Best Rock Vocal Performance Female / From the album "Foreign Affair" (Capitol 91873)

13. Steamy Windows 4:04

Written by Tony Joe White / Produced by Dan Hartman / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart November 25, 1989, reached #39 / Grammy nomination 1989: Best Rock Vocal Performance Female / From the album "Foreign Affair" (Capitol 91873)

14. Foreign Affair 4:28

Written by Tony Joe White / Produced by Dan Hartman / From the album "Foreign Affair" (Capitol 91873)

15. I Don’t Wanna Fight 6:05

Written by DuBerry, Lulu, Lawrie / Produced by Chris Lord-Alge and Roger Davies / Charted on the Billboard Pop Chart May 29, 1993, reached #9 / Grammy nominations 1993: Best Pop Vocal Performance Female & Best Song Written Specifically For A Motion Picture or Television / From the soundtrack „What's Love Got To Do With It" (Virgin 88189)

Executive Producers: Carter and Roger Davies
Box Set Coordinated by John Owen and Jeremy Hammond
Digitally Remastered by Larry Walsh at Capitol Recording Studios

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1994

Tina Turner - Private Dancer Tour - Album

Private Dancer Tour

1994

Tina Turner - The Collected Recordings - Album

The Collected Recordings

1996

Tina Turner - Wildest Dreams - Album

Wildest Dreams