IKE & TINA: Song

Rock Me Baby

is a blues standard and the most recorded blues songs of all time. It originated as „Rockin' and Rollin“ from Lil' Son Jackson in 1951 but it's most known from B.B. King's recording in 1964. Ike & Tina recorded it in 1969 for their album Outta Season and Tina recorded it again in 1993 for the soundtrack album What’s Love Got To Do With It for the movie about her life story.

Writer: B.B. King, J. Josea
Album: Outta Season (1969) / What's Love Got To Do With It (1993)

Ike & Tina Turner - Outta Season - AlbumTina Turner - What's Love Got To Do With It - Album
  1. Rock Me Baby 2:46
  2. From the album 'Outta Season' / Produced by Bob Krasnow & Tina Turner
  3. Rock Me Baby 3:59
  4. From the album 'What's Love Got To Do With It'
    Produced by Chris Lord-Alge, Tina Turner, Roger Davies / Engineered and Mixed by Chris Lord-Alge / Drums: Curt Bisquera / Bass Guitar: Bob Feit / Guitar: James Ralston / Lead Guitar: Gene Black / Keyboards: C.J. Vanston / Saxophones: Timmy Cappello / Background Vocals: Sharon Brown, Jean McClain, Jacquelyn Gouche / Recorded at The Record Plant, Los Angeles / Assistant Engineer: Bill Leonard / Overdubs and Mixing: Image Recording, Los Angeles / Assistant Engineers: Talley Sherwood and Ben Wallach