Simply the Best [Import 1991]
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Simply the Best [Import 1991]

Artist: Tina Turner

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Label: EMI Music Distribution
Album: Simply the Best [Import 1991]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Best, The
2)    What's Love Got To Do With It
3)    I Can't Stand the Rain
4)    I Don't Wanna Lose You
5)    Nutbush City Limits [The 90's Version]
6)    Let's Stay Together
7)    Private Dancer [Single Edit]
8)    We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)
9)    Better Be Good to Me
10)    River Deep - Mountain High
11)    Steamy Windows
12)    Typical Male
13)    It Takes Two
14)    Addicted to Love [Live at Camden Palace, London] - (live)
15)    Be Tender with Me Baby
16)    I Want You Near Me
17)    Way of the World
18)    Love Thing
 



Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Tina Turner, Rod Stewart (vocals); Dan Hartman (acoustic guitar, electric piano, organ, keyboards, programming, background vocals); Tony Joe White (guitar, harmonica, synthesizer, bass); Jeff Golub, Jeff Beck, Pat Thrall, James Ralston, Gene Black, Barney Kessel (guitar); Edgar Winter, Gary Barnacle, Plas Johnson (saxophone); Nick Plytas (piano, synthesizer); Kenny Moore (piano); Phillipe Saisse, Casey Young (keyboards); Greg Mathieson (synthesizer); Bob Feit, Bernard Edwards, T.M. Stevens, Carole Kaye (bass); Art Wood, Graham Broad, Graham Jarvis, J.T. Lewis, Phil Collins (drums); Simon Morton, Frank Capp (percussion); Lance Ellington, Tessa Niles (background vocals).
  • Producers include: Dan Hartman, Tina Turner, Rupert Hine, Terry Britten, Albert Hammond.
  • This includes a bonus DVD disc.
  • Personnel: Tina Turner, Rod Stewart (vocals); Dan Hartman (acoustic guitar, electric piano, organ, keyboards, programming, background vocals); Tony Joe White (guitar, harmonica, synthesizer, bass); Jeff Golub, Jeff Beck, Pat Thrall, James Ralston, Gene Black, Barney Kessel (guitar); Edgar Winter, Gary Barnacle, Plas Johnson (saxophone); Nick Plytas (piano, synthesizer); Kenny Moore (piano); Phillipe Saisse, Casey Young (keyboards); Greg Mathieson (synthesizer); Bob Feit, Bernard Edwards, T.M. Stevens, Carole Kaye (bass); Art Wood, Graham Broad, Graham Jarvis, J.T. Lewis, Phil Collins (drums); Simon Morton, Frank Capp (percussion); Lance Ellington, Tessa Niles (background vocals).
  • Producers include: Dan Hartman, Tina Turner, Rupert Hine, Terry Britten, Albert Hammond.
  • There's good news and (just a little) bad news about this Tina Turner greatest hits package. The good news is that what's here is across the board terrific stuff, from her stunning update of Ann Peebles simmering r&b classic "I Can't Stand the Rain," to the more rock oriented songs like "Better Be Good to Me" (the most convincing imperative in all of recorded music) and ""What's Love Got to Do With It". Best of all, the version of "River Deep-Mountain High" here is the original '60s track, re-mastered and re-equalized by genius producer Phil Spector himself. The bad news? The set came out in 1991, and thus misses out on "I Don't Wanna Fight" (from the Turner bio-pic WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT?) and her sensational mid-'90s remake of John Waite's "Missing You."

Format:CD (0 Disc)
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:30 September, 1991
Guest Artist: Rod Stewart; Jeff Beck; Phil Collins; Edgar Winter; Dan Hartman; Tony Joe White; Jeff Golub; Bernard Edwards
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