(G)Old & New is the second and last studio album from The Ikettes, recorded due to popular demand, because numerous requests received in recent years by United Artists for an Ikettes album. It features some previously released tracks in different versions and some new songs. At the time of the release, The Ikettes were Charlotte Lewis, Linda Sims, and Debbie Wilson. However, Linda Shuford-Williams is pictured on the cover instead of Charlotte. The album is unfortunately still waiting for a release on compact disc.
Producer: Ike & Tina Turner & Jackie Clark for I&TT Productions Inc.
Recorded: Bolic Sound, Inglewood, California - June 1973
Design: Lloyd Ziff
Illustration: Mick Haggerty
Release: January 1974
Label: United Artists
Billboard - January 26, 1974
Returning to the recording spotlight after a trio of big 1962-65 hits, the Ikettes deliver a strong uptempo soul collection for their first album as UA's first female group. Lots of characteristic Ikette energy, in a set of oldies combined with new material
Cashbox - January 26, 1974
One of the reasons why Ike and Tina Turner’s stage act is so dynamic is the presence of the gorgeous Ikettes, who shine like gold on this collection of material spanning a range of hits from Billy Preston's „Will It Go Round In Circles“ to Joe Tex's „I Gotcha.“ Each cut has the fresh, bouncy rhythm that become an Ikette trademark, especially „Listen To The Music,“ „Camel Walk,“ and „Peaches and Cream.“ The girls have done a marvelous job with the Supreme's hit, „Come See about Me“ and are amazing doing „Da Doo Ron Ron,“ the classic Ronette hit.