Tina Turner was a guest on the set of France most popular show back in the 80′s ‘Sacrée Soirée’. She performed Look Me In The Heart and is interviewed by presenter Jean-Pierre Foucault. After the interview, Tina is asked to participate to a magic trick on the set of the tv show. She gladly does it but she has no idea that in fact the trick is related to her, and that she will get a big surprise! Have fun watching the video and hopefully you’ll be as surprised as Tina at the end of the magic trick!
Bold and Reckless is a song released on the 12″ and CD versions of Tina Turner’s 1989 hit single The Best. This rock song was written by Jeannette Obstoj and Rupert Hine – the same songwriters duo that was also responsible for 1984′s I Might Have Been Queen that appeared on Tina’s Private Dancer album. The single The Best was released in many formats, on the regular 7″ version of the single Undercover Agent For The Blues was featured as the b-side. Continue reading to listen to the song, read the lyrics, as well as for scans of the Swiss picture CD-single of The Best, on which Bold And Reckless was included.
Tina Turner is a guest VJ on Friday Night Videos back in 1989. She is joined by Paul Schaffer: musician, composer and probably most famous as band leader on David Letterman’s Late Night shows. Paul is a big fan of Phil Spector, so he takes the opportunity to ask some questions to Tina about recording River Deep, Mountain High in 1966: she shares some interesting anecdotes. Besides that, Tina talks a bit about recording her album Foreign Affair, and of course introduces some of her favourite videos.
For the release of the album Foreign Affair in 1989, Tina Turner did a lot of photo sessions. One of the photos of this particular shoot ended up being the cover of Tina’s 1990 single Look Me In The Heart. Have a look at some wonderful pictures inside the post!
It appears that any time Tina Turner performs on German television, this guy is also there: Thomas Gottschalk. He is Germany’s most famous TV presenter, and he has introduced and interviewed Tina in a variety of shows, most notably several times on Wetten, Dass…? When Tina and Children Beyond appeared at the Ein Herz Für Kinder-gala last December in Berlin, Thomas was also there: his last job for TV channel ZDF.
The clip above is however from another program in the beginning of 1990. The program ‘Das Waren Die Achtziger’ looks back at the 1980′s, including a small tribute to Tina’s hit song We Don’t Need Another Hero. Tina however appears on the show to perform her, at that time, new single I Don’t Wanna Lose You from the Foreign Affair album.
Here are three remixes of the 1989 song Steamy Windows. These remixes were taken from the German 3-track CD-single. Included are the 12″ Vocal mix, 7″ mix and the 12″ Dub mix. Listen to them below!
On this 1989 promo CD issued by Capitol Records in the United States, three alternative mixes of Tina Turner’s smash hit The Best are featured. The CD was issued without a cover. Below you can find the three mixes: Single Muscle mix, Extended Mighty mix and the Extended Muscle mix. Enjoy!
Stronger Than The Wind is a b-side track released in 1989 that can be found on the UK edition of the I Don’t Wanna Lose You single but also on the Swiss cd-single of Steamy Windows.
Continue reading to listen to the song, read the lyrics and see the artwork of the singles!
This limited edition CD-single of Tina Turner’s Look Me In The Heart was released in 1990. The single features the 7″ version of the song, originally released on the 1989 album Foreign Affair, as well as an instrumental version and the Tina Turner Montage Mix. This last mix is a combination of Tina’s biggest hits from the 1980′s, remixed by Les ‘The Mixdoctor’ Adams. This single was released in the United Kingdom and features a fold-out sleeve including the tour dates to Tina’s 1990 European tour. Below you can listen to the instrumental version of Look Me In The Heart as well as the Tina Turner Montage Mix. Enjoy!
TINA TURNER Foreign Affair (1989 UK limited edition 12-track CD album including The Best and Steamy Window, in special 7″ x 5″ (appr. 17 x 13 cm) passport pack with integral 16-page booklet and gold embossed artist/title/logo on the cover).
Limited Edition Passport Edition.