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Ike & Tina Turner27 St Louis Sizzlers ... CD
Sue/Contrast, Early 60s. New Copy 2CD ... $18.99
One of the best collections we've ever seen to focus on the sublime early 60s sound of Ike & Tina Turner – a package that brings together tracks from all their albums issued for the Sue Records label, plus bonus instrumentals too – all of which makes for a total of 39 tracks, and not the 27 noted in the title! And sure, you know what Ike & Tina sound like – but here's where they really hit their stride, and the whole thing came together – where Ike found a way to bring his decade of recording projects and live work into focus with insanely wonderful lead vocals from Tina, backed up by the Ikettes – and Tina herself was able to soar to the heights with a style that's still rawer and more mindblowing than just about any of her contemporaries – and which is still a lot more fresh than any later solo work, or even Ike & Tina material from later years too. The whole thing's great – there's not a sleeper in the bunch – and titles include "Tra La La La La", "Tinaroo", "A Fool In Love", "Letter From Tina", "I Dig You", "Poor Fool", "Mojo Queen", "Foolish", "Good Lovin", "If", "Sleepless", "Chances Are", "You Can't Love Two", "Won't You Forgive Me", and "The Way You Love Me". Bonus tracks include "Doublemint", "Steel Guitar Rag", "Potato Mash", "Katanga", "The Groove", "Going Home", "The Rooster", "Prancing", and "Twistaroo". CD

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Ike & Tina TurnerNutbush City Limits ... LP
United Artists, 1973. Very Good ... $7.99
A nicely rootsy set from the team of Ike & Tina Turner – an album that's almost more "down home" than any of the records made by the pair in their roots! The style here is that "back to the country" sound that was favored both with mainstream rock and soul-revival artists of the time – kind of a rock approach that's heavy on guitars, recorded with some redneck undertones and the usual all-soul vocals you'd expect from Tina (who's put in kind of an unfortunate position on the front cover!) There's nothing earth-shattering here, but the record is definite trademark Turners – with tracks that include "Nutbush City Limits", "Drift Away", "Make Me Over", "Fancy Annie", "River Deep Mountain High", "Club Manhattan", and "Get It Out Of Your Mind". LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Ike & Tina TurnerLet Me Touch Your Mind ... LP
United Artists, 1972. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
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(In the extravagant fold-out sleeve, with a large name in marker and some wear. Labels have some pen.)

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✨✧ Ike & Tina TurnerGet It - Get It! ... LP
Pickwick, 1972. Used ... Out Of Stock
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✨✧ Ike TurnerEdge ... LP
Fantasy, 1980. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
One of the last Ike Turner albums to contain lead vocals by Tina – a set from the start of the 80s, issued right before Tina hit that huge solo career on her own! Tina's vocals come in early and are in very much in fine form – more in the mode she'd use on records to come than her sound back in the day, but lacking nothing at all in terms of her phrasing – even when Ike and the group take on tunes by some of the pair's contemporaries like Bill Withers, Shirley Caesar, and Elton John! Side two has Ike stepping into the vocal spotlight – a shift that may well have come from the rift between the two at the time – but his appearance is actually a great thing, and maybe creates a bit of freshness as he works here to front the Home Grown Funk band. Those tunes have more of an 80s funk approach – often with heavy basslines – and Ike tunes include "Lum Dum", "Party Vibes", "No Other Woman", and "I Can't Believe" – while Tina titles include "Lean On Me", "Use Me", "Shame Shame Shame", "Philadelphia Freedom", and "Only Women Bleed". LP, Vinyl record album

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VariousLet It Be – Black America Sings Lennon, McCartney, & Harrison ... CD
Ace (UK), Late 60s/Early 70s. New Copy ... $11.99 18.99
Think The Beatles only had an impact on rock and pop fans in the America of the 60s? Think again – because their music had an undeniable impact on soul as well – as you'll here from this wonderful range of remakes of classic cuts from the Fab Four! The work here is a real surprise if you don't know the legacy – but it also really makes sense once you're reminded of the mind-expanding, ear-opening territory the group hit in the latter half of the 60s – and working with themes of social change, alienation, and personal longing – of the sort that turn out to be perfect for new interpretations in soul! Most of these cuts are way more than standard cover versions, too – as the arrangements are really inventive, and take off in bold new directions that make the songs very much new properties overall. Most of the work here is from the late 60s and early 70s – and as always with Ace Records, the notes and presentation really put the music in context! Titles include "The Fool On The Hill" by The Four Tops, "Dear Prudence" by The Five Stairsteps, "For No One" by Maceo & The King's Men, "She Came In Through The Bathroom Window" by Ike & Tina Turner, "Tomorrow Never Knows" by Junior Parker, "Got To Get You Into My Life" by Earth Wind & Fire, "Do You Want To Know A Secret" by Mary Wells, "Lovely Rita" by Fats Domino, "With A Little Help From My Friends" by The Undisputed Truth, "Savoy Truffle" by Ella Fitzgerald, and "Let It Be" by Bill Withers. CD

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✨✧ VariousComplete Loma Singles Vol 1 ... CD
Loma/Real Gone, Mid 60s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
The first days of the legendary Loma Records – a 60s side-label at Warner Brothers, and one with a rock-solid reputation for top-shelf soul! Loma never hit the heights of Atlantic, Stax, or Motown – but the quality of the work on this collection is every bit as wonderful as the output from those labels – and maybe even more special, too – as lots of the tracks were never circulated that strongly at the time – acting a lot more like indie soul from the funky 45 underground than work from a much bigger label! This 2CD set features a massive 50 tracks from the imprint – the a and b-sides of the first 25 singles – with titles that include "The Big Jerk (parts 1 & 2)" by Clyde & The Blue Jays, "Baby Don't Look Down" by Billy Storm, "Midnight Prowl" by The Singers, "I Want To Be Loved" by The Enchanters, "Tell Her I'm Not Home" by Ike & Tina Turner, "Playboy" by Sugar N Spice, "I'm Comin Home" by The Olympics, "Hey Girl" by Lucky Carmichael, "Just One Look In Your Eyes" by Bob & Earl, "Something You Got" by Reb Foster, "Goldfinger" by Billy Storm, "Nobody's Baby" by The Apollas, "The Bells Are Ringing" by Smiley Lewis Band, "Your Search Is Over" by Walter Foster, "There's Something On Your Mind (parts 1 & 2)" by Baby Lloyd, "Oh Eddy My Baby" by Brenda Hall, "Since I Fell For You" by Dick Jensen & The Imports, and "That's What's Happening" by Kell Osborne. CD
 
 
 



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