TINA: Song

Night Time Is The Right Time

was first released in 1938 from Big Bill Broonzy. It was later also covered from James Brown and Ray Charles as well as Ike & Tina Turner, but stayed unreleased until 1991, when it was first included into the sampler Good Old Times. Tina Turner released also a solo version in 1978 on her first album Rough after the split from Ike Turner and performed it live in her early concerts.

Writer: Leroy Carr
Album: Rough (1978) / Good Old Times (1991)

Tina Turner - Rough - AlbumIke & Tina Turner - Good Old Times - Album
  1. Night Time Is The Right Time 6:21
  2. From the album 'Rough'
    Recorded and mixed at Conway Recording Studio, Hollywood / Recording and re-mix engineer: Roger Harris / Assistant engineer: Phil Moore / Mastered at Kendun Recorders by John Golden / Production Assistant: Jill Marns / Strings and Horns arranged by Rick Kellis / Strings performed by The Gerald Lee String Company / Horns performed by The L A Horns: Rick Kellis, Dennis Faris, and Jeff "Dino" Deane / Special Thanks Fred Frank - for bringing Tina Turner to the Roadshow Family, Sid Mauer, Nick Albarano, Maye Hampton-James, Jack Baer and the Dogs of War / Peter Bunetta: Drums / Bill Haynes: Bass / Lenny Macaluso: Electric Guitar / Ken Moore: Acoustic Piano / W.D. Smith: Hammond Organ / Airto Moreira: Percussion / Background Vocals: Marsha Thacker, Stephanie Spryill, Denise Echols, Tony Walthers, Ken Moore, Michael Stephenson
  3. Night Time Is The Right Time (Ike & Tina Turner) 3:30
  4. From the sampler 'Good Old Times'

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