TINA: Single

Whatever You Need (2000)

Tina Turner - Whatever You Need - Single

Whatever You Need was the second single from the album Twenty Four Seven in England and the third one in Germany, featuring vocal performances from The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The various releases include some live recordings, taken from Tina’s 60th birthday special Celebrate! She promoted the song at several TV-Shows and performed it live at her Twenty Four Seven Tour in 2000. A live version is available on the One Last Time home video. It was also an American promotional record, which includes a never officially released radio edit.

Writer: Harriet Roberts, Russel Courtenay
Producer: Johnny Douglas
Photographer: Herb Ritts
Design: Jeremy Plumb
Release: February 2000 (UK) / April 2000 (USA) / May 2000 (Germany)
Label: Parlophone (Europe) / Virgin (USA)
Format: 5“ CD / Cassette
Charts: UK: #27 / Germany: #82
AlbumTwenty Four Seven

Tina Turner - Whatever You Need - Single
  1. Whatever You Need 4:49
  2. From the 5" disc
  3. Whatever You Need (Music Video) 4:38
  4. From the 5" enhanced disc
  5. Whatever You Need (Edit) 4:20
  6. Call Out Hook 0:09
  7. From the 5" promotional disc
    Additional tracks:
  1. The Best (Live) 5:42
  2. River Deep, Mountain High (Live) 4:18
  3. What's Love Got To Do With It (Live) 3:43
  4. Steamy Window (Live) 3:08
  5. Recorded live in London 1999 / Produced by Ollie Marland
Tina Turner - Whatever You Need - Single

The music video was filmed in Paris and shows Tina walking through a tunnel, dressed with a leather jacket and jeans. Later she is sitting on a public staircase and we see a lot of young people coming the this place, sitting next to Tina and singing the song together with her. The clip is available on the One Last Time home video as a bonus as well as on Tina’s official YouTube channel.

Director: Jake Nava
Producer: Nick Landon
Home Video: Enhanced CD-Single, One Last Time
Time: 4:38

Tina Single-Whatever-You-Need-Video

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