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Ike & Tina TurnerHunter (mono, stereo) ... 7-inch
Blue Thumb, Early 70s. Very Good+ ... $1.99
7-inch, Vinyl record

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Ike & Tina TurnerProud Mary – The Best Of Ike & Tina Turner ... CD
EMI/Sue, 1960s/1970s. Used ... $3.99

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✨✧ Ike & Tina TurnerDynamite ... LP
Sue, 1962. Used ... Out Of Stock
Nice early work from Ike & Tina – done in a raw and rootsy style, without any of the cliches of later recordings! The sound here is incredible – the best of Ike's dark R&B years instrumentally grooving at the bottom, while Tina belts the tunes out in an approach that's even more unfettered than any of her later singles. 12 tracks in all, including "You Should'A Treated Me Right", "Mamma Tell Him", "Wake Up", "It's Gonna Work Out Fine", "Pretend", "Poor Fool", "Tra La La", "I Dig You", "Those Ways", "Desire", and "Won't You Forgive Me". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing! Vinyl has some marks, and plays with some clicks and crackles – but still relatively loud and decent overall. Cover has some light wear.)
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Ike Turner & The Kings Of RhythmCobra Records Sessions ... CD
Cobra/Fuel 2000, Mid 50s. New Copy ... $7.99 12.98
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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VariousMod World – Adventures In Ska, Soul, Blues & Jazz ... CD
Metro Select (UK), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy 2 CDs ... $11.99
A mod world in many flavors – not just the British rock groups that grew out of the London scene of the 60s, but all the earlier records that influenced their groove! In truth, the approach here is more soul and R&B than anything else – filled with the kind of tight, gritty cuts that crossed over big in the early years of The Rolling Stones and Who – and which have continued to be some of the sharpest grooves that have ever grabbed our ears. Most numbers here are from the late 50s and early 60s, and the 2CD set features 48 tracks that include "A Certan Girl" by Ernie K Doe, "Bring It To Jerome" by Bo Diddley, "It's Gonna Work Out Fine" by Ike & Tina Turner, "Anna" by Arthur Alexander, "If You Live" by Mose Allison, "Set Me Free" by Irma Thomas, "Shakin All Over" by Johnny Kidd & The Pirates, "Night Train Mambo" by Jimmy Forrest, "Tonk Game" by Hank Marr, "Boogie In My Bones" by Laurel Aitkin, "Easy Snapping" by Clue J & His Blues Busters, "I'm A Lover Not A Fighter" by Lazy Lester, "Congo Mombo" by Guitar Gabel & The Musical Kings, "Emmmitt Lee" by Carol Fran, and "Fortune Teller" by Benny Spellman. CD

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VariousSoul To Soul ... LP
Atlantic, 1971. Near Mint- Gatefold ... $4.99
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
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✨✧ Tina BrittBlue All The Way (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Minit/EMI (UK), 1968. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The only full album ever cut by Tina Britt – a great female soul singer who really should have scored big with work like this! Tina was a discovery of Juggy Murray – the Sue Records soul powerhouse who'd helped set fire in the careers of Inez Foxx, Baby Washington, and Tina Turner – and who seemed about to do the same thing with his great work producing this excellent little set. For the record, Juggy combines some of the grittier sounds of his work on Sue with the deeper soul touches that were coming from the southern scene of the time – and he sets Tina up with a great batch of material heavy on influences from Memphis and Muscle Shoals. One of the tracks are originals, but Tina sings them as if they were her own – and titles include "Key To the Highway", "Hawg For You", "My Lover's Prayer", "Who Was That", and "You Ain't Nothing But In The Way". CD adds in 8 more bonus tracks – 3 previously unreleased – with titles that include "It's My Thing", "He Put The Hurt On Me", "Look", "You're Absolutely Right", "Teardrops Fell Every Step Of The Way", "I Found A New Love", and "The Real Thing". CD
(Out of print.)

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