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Ike & Tina TurnerGreatest Hits Of Ike & Tina Turner ... LP
Sue, Early 60s. Very Good- ... $48.99
The early genius of Ike & Tina Turner in all it's glory – free from cliches, hokey lyrics, and all the other BS that later bogged them down! The arrangements here are raw, earthy, and brimming over with sexy interplay between Ike & Tina – all set to some incredible backings from Ike's group, in a way that really set the tone for the coming age of funk. Titles include "I'm Jealous", "A Fool In Love", "It's Gonna Work Out Fine", "You Should've Treated Me Right", "Mind In A Whirl", "I Idolize You", "Letter From Tina", "Don't Play Me Cheap", "Good Good Lovin", and "Poor Fool". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original Sue pressing. Cover has some wear, aging, and fading, with some stains and partially split top and bottom seams.)

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Ike & Tina TurnerRiver Deep – Mountain High ... CD
A&M (Germany), Late 60s. Used ... $7.99
A legendary pairing of two key 60s pop talents – the soulful sounds of Ike & Tina Turner, and the soaring production styles of Phil Spector! The album's quite different than some of the grittier Turner projects of the time – lots of full orchestrations and strings, mixed with the rougher rhythms you'd usually hear from Ike – a blend that's surprisingly great, and helps push Tina's vocals into wonderfully mature territory – a bit like the mix of deep soul and class that you'd get from Etta James on mid-60s Chess Records! The album's a feather in the cap of both Spector and Turner – and titles include "River Deep Mountain High", "I Idolize You", "A Love Like Yours", "Such A Fool For You", "I'll Never Need More Than This", "A Fool In Love", and "Hold On Baby". Weird cover, too – with photography by Dennis Hopper! CD

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New Ike & Tina TurnerRock Me Baby (picture disc) ... LP
Astan (Germany), 1984. Very Good+ ... $9.99
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New Ike & Tina TurnerFeel Good ... LP
United Artists, 1973. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Feel Good is a tight little set that shows Ike Turner sitting equally on the fence between funk and rock – sometimes kickin into the kind of tightly snapping rhythms heard on his best late 60s work, at other points strutting into more of a guitar-based groove that he was using for the mainstream audiences a the time! Fortunately, the whole presentation of the record is surprisingly lean – not as much of the hokey styles that you might expect, and a powerfully packed approach that still has Tina's vocals belting out at the front of the mix. Titles include "Black Coffee", "The Chopper", "I Like It", "Feel Good", "Kay Got Laid Joe Got Paid", "If I Knew Then What I Know Now", and "Bolic". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cut corner.)
 
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New VariousSoul To Soul ... LP
Atlantic, 1971. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A legendary concert from 1971 – one that features Wilson Pickett, Ike & Tina Turner, The Staple Singers, Les McCann & Eddie Harris, The Voices Of East Harlem and others joining forces for an epic concert held in Ghana, West Africa! Tracks include "Land Of 1000 Dances" and "Funky Broadway" by Wilson Pickett, "Soul To Soul" and "I Smell Trouble" by Ike & Tina, "Are You Sure" and "He's Alright" by the Staples, "Heyjorler" by Les McCann & Eddie Harris, "Soul To Soul" and "Runk Shaker Life" by Voices Of East Harlem, and "Freedom Song" and "Tryin Times" by Roberta Flack. LP, Vinyl record album
(White label promo. Cover has a promo sticker.)

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New Ike TurnerHis Woman, Her Man Vol 1 & 2 (with poster) ... LP
Funky Delicacies, 1970. New Copy 2 LP Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
Unreleased material by Ike & Tina Turner – hard, funky, and very fierce! The sound here is similar to some of the pair's more famous albums of the time – but it's also rawer and rootsier, as befits the demo status of these recordings. If you've ever gotten turned off by the production of some of Ike's studio records, you might well dig this one a lot – as it's got the raw funky promise that's often missing from other sets. 2LP version is the best take on this set so far – with 20 tracks in all, detailed notes and photos, and even a small poster as well. Titles include "He Makes Me Holler", "Baby Makes Me Feel Good", "Ya Ya", "Sit & Hold Your Hand", "Money", "Brain Game", "It's Groovier Across The Line", "Proud Mary (funky version)", and "Woke Up This Morning". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes 11" x 11" album cover art poster insert.)

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New Fred WesleyHit Me Fred – Recollections Of A Sideman (paperback) ... Book
Duke University Press, 2002. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The life story of the amazing Fred Wesley – the funky, soulful trombone hero for the JBs, George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, and so many other geniuses and trailblazers – laid out by the master himself, and his gift as a great storyteller rivals even that of his musicianship! We already know that Wesley is in many ways the backbone for the legacy of 70s funk and soul – but it was bebop that defined him in his young years, with Fred masterfully adapting himself into the roles offered to him and eventually cementing his reputation as the heart and soul of funky horns. He provided the tight, propulsive force behind James Brown's grit and fire in the King's best years, the cosmic blowing of Parliament Funkadelic, the hard-snapping background of Boosty's Rubber Band, plus stints with the Ike and Tina Turner Revue, Count Basie, Hank Ballard, Maceo Parker, and some hard touring with his own bands. Wesley is nothing if not humble about his history, which to us is nothing short of amazing – but as he tells it, he was just a man doing a job. He's a musical journeyman, who satisfied his obligations to the best of his abilities – abilities that are impossible to even imagine one of our greatest chapters of purely soulful musical culture without. Hit Me, Fred is crammed with as much life as you could possibly expect in about 300 pages, with some nice black & white photos, Wesley's staggering discography, and a forward by funk historian Rickey Vincent. Book

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New Ike Turner & The Kings Of RhythmCobra Records Sessions ... CD
Cobra/Fuel 2000, Mid 50s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Some of the rarest work Ike Turner ever recorded – early R&B sides cut for the tiny Cobra label in Chicago – at a time when Ike's work was a pure portrait of unbridled power! Tina's still not in the picture at this point, and neither are the cliches that sometimes marred Ike's later work – as many of the tunes have this really raw energy that showcases Turner's sense of creative invention, and his willingness to really let loose with a bold instrumental line on piano or guitar. Both instruments really sparkle alongside the vocals – some of which feature early work from a young Betty Everett. The set features 25 tracks from these key years – including some rare alternate takes and unissued tracks too – on titles that include "You Don't Love Me", "Matchbox", "You Keep On Worrying Me", "You've Got To Lose", "Walking Down The Aisle", "Box Top", "Tell Me Why", "Prancin", "Ho Ho", and "I'll Weep No More". CD
 
 
 



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