21 years ago today, Tina released her first ‘solo’ greatest hits album: Simply The Best. The album includes many of Tina’s biggest hits, including three new songs: Love Thing, Way Of The World and I Want You Near Me. It was Tina’s first sign of activity after her 1990 Foreign Affair tour, at that time billed as her ‘farewell’ tour. History learns that, luckily, two more farewell tours would follow. But maybe the biggest surprise of this 1991 comeback was Tina’s new hair style. Gone were the huge lion manes – the new look was short and classy. With this album, Tina proved to be ready for the 90′s! Continue reading for the press release that went out for the album. Thanks to Lars and Alan for the scans!
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“Spirituality comes from a place inside of you. I don’t know where it is, I wish I would. You have to use your imagination. You have to make a connection, to become one to one with the body and the mind.”
(Tina Turner 2012)
Source: Beyond Facebook page
A press release and photos issued to journalists in 1986 for the promotion of Tina Turner’s new studio album Break Every Rule. Also included is a press release and photo from 1988 about the end of the Break Every Rule world tour in Osaka; this was Tina’s biggest tour up to that point. Continue reading for the scans. Big thank you goes out to Alan for providing these!
Update: Another picture from that evening found by Jessica! Thanks! Tina looks beautiful! Other picture inside the post!
A very gorgeous Tina and a very tanned Erwin where spotted two days ago, August 31, in Zurich as they where both invited by the Cartier Foundation for the opening of the Cartier ‘Time Art’ exhibition . The exhibition takes place at the Bellerive Museum in Zurich until November 6, 2011.
Inside a funny picture with Tina of that evening found by Karen!
The two faces of Tina!
Interview from 1971 with Tina Turner from the British music magazine Disc and Music Echo. Tina talks about the difference between her on stage and off stage personalities and her relationship with Ike. Interesting read!