Tina Turner announced in May, to the shock of her fans, that she would begin touring this fall into the winter months. As a way to complement the tour, Capitol Records/EMI will be releasing Tina! for purchase on September 30, 2008. The new CD offers 18 tracks and a digital collection of Turner’s best hits, two new tracks, and some rare live recordings.
Some of the recognized tracks on the CD will include:
“What’s Love Got To Do With It,” “Private Dancer,” “Better Be Good To Me,” “We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome),” “Proud Mary” (1993 version), “Nutbush City Limits,” and “River Deep Mountain High.”
Tina! features two new, exclusive tracks, titled “It Would Be A Crime” and “I’m Ready.”
A number of concert recordings are also included:
“I Can’t Stand The Rain,” recorded live at Amsterdam Arena (1996), “Addicted To Love,” recorded live at London’s Camden Palace (1986), and two that have never before been released on CD, “The Best,” recorded live at London’s Wembley Arena (2000) and “Let’s Stay Together,” recorded live at Amsterdam Arena (1996).
Turner’s world tour will being on October 1, 2008 in Kansas City, MO.
Other tour stops include:
Newark, Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, Washington, DC, Toronto, and Montreal. At least 28 stops will be made in US cities.
On top of the US stops, 31 European dates will follow, from January 14 to April 3, including four nights of shows in Cologne, London, Manchester and Munich, three in Hamburg and Antwerp, two in Vienna, Paris and Arnhem and single dates in Paris, Berlin, Hannover and Zurich.
Until the tour begins and the new CD is released, you can check out the audio stream:
DownloadTina! the Party Stream