Breaking: Tina’s New Song ‘Mother Within’ (Sample)

 

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Listen to a sample of ‘Mother, Within’ a new song from Tina Turner & Beyond! From what we can hear, it is a cover in a indian/gospel way of a classic Gospel song that Tina already covered during the Ike & Tina days, “I’m a Motherless Child”

Update: Another song from ‘Beyond, Love Within’ simply entitled ‘Mother’  will be available for FREE download on Mother’s Day, May 11,2014! Stay tuned!

 

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26 responses to “Breaking: Tina’s New Song ‘Mother Within’ (Sample)

  1. Quandale

    Motherless Child, i can not wait. Thanks for this Sample 😀

  2. Elena

    Can’t wait 😉

  3. Michal B.

    I can only say: wow! Wow! WOW!!!

  4. Pol

    Mon coeur bat á 100 kilomètres heure. Merci…..

  5. Paul

    wow ….her voice sounds good its like wine the older gets better ….cant wait for whole song and album :):):)

  6. Roman

    She’s my idol and simply the best….

  7. laurel

    Thanks for the sneak peek 🙂

  8. Tinomano

    Wwwwwwwwooooooooowwwwwwww i love this song……. Greaaaatttt!!!!

  9. I am loving the new beyond material, but I would LOVE LOVE LOVE just one more studio album of Tina 😦 She is too good to not have put out a record for 15 years 😦

  10. Lasse

    Motherless child? Wasn’t it written by Tina?

    • milkyaqua

      No, it wasn’t. It’s an old spiritual from back during slavery times in the U.S. It’s been covered by Paul Robeson, Mahalia Jackson, Louis Armstrong, Odetta, Pete Seeger, etc.

      • Drew Mullins

        But if you look at the lyrics for the original they are quite different from the version that I have always assumed Tina wrote. Maybe I’m wrong but I thought she used the old hymn as inspiration.

  11. Lasse

    Sounds a bit messy… Prefer the original version from “outta season”

    • It’s only a 20 sec clip… Hard to truly get the essence of the song. The original version by Tina is a classic track aming Tina fans however the quality is very raspy. As far as i (Ben) am concerned, i think it is a brilliant idea! It is new, it can attract old Tina as well as nex ones. It brings the song a new life and the oriental arragements sounds fantastic!
      Wait and see 🙂

  12. Drew Mullins

    How many times is too many times to listen to a 17 second clip over and over again. I’m very excited.

    Thanks guys!!!

  13. Gary

    Thanks for sharing

  14. Rhonda

    Awesome! Thanks for the update and sharing! Tina Turner still sound fabulous yeeesssss!! 🙂
    Can’t Wait!

  15. Jacob

    Tina Turner Blog & Tina Turner: Simply The Best!
    Thanks

  16. Cergio

    I think it is a lot about roots: Tina’s origin in Tennessee, also about her mother, in some kind of way, also her grandparents (traditional song in the cotton fields), work songs of the fields, also about Spirituals and church music, about gospel and blues, Don’t forget Tina started singing these songs. Remember she sang this on the 60 Minutes interview with Mike Wallace? So this is not so new after all. Thanks for sharing, Sjef and Ben.

  17. amie

    i hear indian raga vocalizations. fabulous. can’t wait!!!

  18. amie

    you and my mom rock this world!

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