Below, you will find 4 remixes of the song In Your Wildest Dreams, the last single from Tina Turner’s 1996 album Wildest Dreams. The song was released in two versions, as a duet with Barry White in the United States and a version with a cameo by Spanish actor Antonio Banderas in Europe. This 1996 5-track American promo CD single released by Virgin features remixes of both versions, as well as the original LP version of the song with Barry White (not included). Click below to listen to these songs!
We are very happy to announce that we can give away THREE Children Beyond CD’s, signed by Tina Turner, Regula Curti and Dechen Shak-Dagsay, as well as THREE Children Beyond T-Shirts. These prizes are very kindly offered thanks to Maria Gstöhl of the Children Beyond team! Continue reading to learn how to participate in this contest. You can participate until March 9.
A very short, but funny, video of Tina Turner ‘punching’ her Ninja Philip Sahagun on stage during the band introductions of her concert in Mannheim, Germany on February 19, 2009. The four Ninja’s were performing their martial art skills during the costume changes on Tina’s last tour in 2008 and 2009. During the band introductions, Tina gave them the stage to show some tricks to the audience. This day, Tina herself decided she would join them with her acting skills, the result: a knock-out in round one! As Tina would say: just having fun! Big thank you to Lars who recorded this video.
The latest addition to our growing list of interviews with Tina Turner’s fans: Marcin.
Hometown: Leeds, United Kingdom (originally Poland)
Favorite Tina song: ‘I love them all!’
Favorite Tina album: Foreign Affair and Wildest Dreams
Favorite Tina tour: Foreign Affair
Number of Tina concerts: 30 shows and 1 TV appearance
Tonight, the annual Grammy Awards ceremony takes place in Los Angeles, California. A special night for Tina, because her number one hit single What’s Love Got To Do With It is inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame. This song won Tina two Grammy Awards, and was also awarded with the Song of the Year award for its writers: Terry Britten and Graham Lyle. On February 26, 1985, Tina performed the song live at the Grammy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Besides Record of the Year and Best pop vocal performance, Tina also won the Best rock vocal performance Grammy for her song Better Be Good To Me. This was truly an emotional evening for Tina, and it marked her definite return to the top of the music industry, at the age of 45. Continue reading for the video of Tina performing What’s Love Got To Do With It and receiving her awards. Also included are some photos from this special night. We congratulate Tina on getting her song into the Grammy Hall of Fame!
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The last time Tina Turner topped the charts was in 2006. Tina & Italian pop star Elisa released the single Teach Me Again which went to number one on the music charts in Italy, and which was a minor success in a few other European countries. The song was recorded for the soundtrack of the movie All The Invisible Children, which consists of seven short films about the struggles of children around the world, made by seven famous international directors. Elisa is one of the biggest pop stars of Italy, and many of her songs went to number one, including her duet with Tina. Continue reading for the music video, a video featuring the ‘making of’ of the song as well as some more information on the single release.
A free CD which was included with the Daily Mail Newspaper of October 31, 2010.