Tina Turner Simply The Best

Simply The Best
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CD Details

  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1991
  • Label: Capitol

Tracks:

  • 1.The Best
  • 2.Better Be Good To Me
  • 3.I Can't Stand The Rain
  • 4.What's Love Got To Do With It
  • 5.I Don't Wanna Lose You
  • 6.Nutbush City Limits (90's version)
  • 7.What You Get Is What You See
  • 8.Let's Stay Together
  • 9.River Deep Mountain High
  • 10.Steamy Windows
  • 11.Typical Male
  • 12.We Don't Need Another Hero
  • 13.Private Dancer
  • 14.Look Me In The Heart
  • 15.It Takes Two
  • 16.I Want You Near Me (new)
  • 17.Way Of The World (new)
  • 18.Love Thing (new)

Product Description:

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.
Personnel: Tina Turner (vocals, background vocals); Neil Taylor (guitar, slide guitar); Tony Joe White (guitar, harmonica, bass synthesizer); Terry Britten (guitar, bass guitar, drum programming, background vocals); Donald Peake, Eddie Martinez, Gene Black, Hal Lindes , James Ralston, Jamie West-Oram, Jeff Beck, Jeff Golub, Phil Palmer, Barney Kessel, Ray Russell (guitar); Dan Hartman (acoustic guitar, piano, organ, keyboards, percussion programming, background vocals); Pat Thrall (electric guitar); Graham Lyle (mandolin, background vocals); Jeff Bova (strings, horns); Elliot Lewis, Nick Glennie-Smith (strings, keyboards); Philippe Saisse (flute, keyboards); Tim Cappello (saxophone, organ, tambourine, background vocals); Edgar Winter, Gary Barnacle, Andy Hamilton, Jimmy Roberts, Mel Collins, Plas Johnson (saxophone); John Thirkell, Roy Caton (trumpet); Steve Hamilton (horns); Nick Plytas (piano, synthesizer); Kenny Moore, Harold Battiste, Jr., Larry Knechtel (piano); Rupert Hine (keyboards, percussion, programming, background vocals); Chuck Kentis, Ollie Marland, Casey Young, Alan Clark, Phillip Ashley, Billy Livsey, Richard Cottle (keyboards); Greg Mathieson (bass synthesizer); James E. Bond (upright bass); Bernard Edwards, Carmine Rojas (bass guitar); Charlie Morgan , Graham Broad (drums, percussion); Trevor Morais (drums, background vocals); Graham Jarvis, Earl Palmer , Rave Calmer, J.T. Lewis, Phil Collins, Art Wood, Terry Williams , Geoff Dugmore, Jack Bruno (drums); Albert Hammond (shaker, background vocals); Danny Cummings (shaker); Simon Morton, Frank Capp, Frank Riccotti, Gene Estes, Carter, Steve Sedelnick, Julian Diggle (percussion); Martyn Ware (programming, background vocals); Greg Walsh, C.J. Mackintosh (programming); Glenn Gregory, Holly Knight, Lance Ellington, Tessa Niles (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Dave Dorrell; C.J. Mackintosh; John Hudson.
Audio Remasterer: Phil Spector.
Audio Remixer: Humberto Gatica.
Photographers: Herb Ritts; Bruce Weber.
Arrangers: Tina Turner; Greg Walsh; Martyn Ware; Roger Davies.
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."

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  • Sales Rank: 82,156
  • UPC: 077779715220
  • Shipping Weight: 0.25/lbs (approx)
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