Ike & Tina Turner discography

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Ike & Tina Turner discography
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Ike & Tina Turner performing in Hamburg, Germany in 1972
Studio albums22 (includes 2 reissues)
Live albums8
Compilation albums+31
Singles70
Soundtrack albums2

This article contains information about albums and singles released by American R&B duo Ike & Tina Turner.

Overview[edit]

Tina Turner joined musician and songwriter Ike Turner's band the Kings of Rhythm as a vocalist in 1957. They released their first record together in 1958. Tina under the alias "Little Ann" was featured alongside Ike and fellow Kings of Rhythm vocalist Carlson Oliver on the single "Box Top."[1]

In 1960, Ike formed the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. Their debut single "A Fool In Love" was released on Sue Records in July 1960. The success of the single was followed by a string of hits including "I Idolize You," "It's Gonna Work Out Fine," and "Poor Fool" within a 2-year span. Between 1960 and 1975, the duo had 20 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart which include 1 top 10 hit, and 26 songs on the Billboard Hot R&B chart which include 6 top 10 hits. They also had 12 albums on both the Billboard 200 and Top R&B Albums charts. A few years after their dissolution, Ike Turner released "Party Vibes"/"Shame, Shame, Shame" taken from their last recording sessions. The single charted on the Billboard Dance chart in 1980.

Their best-selling single "Proud Mary," and their best-selling album What You Hear Is What You Get, both released in 1971 are certified Gold by the RIAA.[2]

In 2003, their 1991 compilation album Proud Mary: The Best of Ike & Tina Turner was ranked #212 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time (#214 on 2012 revised list).[3][4]

Labels[edit]

After four years with their first label Sue Records, Ike and Tina signed to Kent Records in 1964. While releasing singles, the duo also toured extensively. To make sure he always had a record out while on tour, Ike formed various labels to release singles such as Teena, Prann, Innis, Sony and Sonja Records. Between 1964 and 1969, Ike and Tina signed with many labels, including Warner Bros./Loma, Modern, Cenco, Philles, Tangerine, Pompeii, Blue Thumb, Minit and A&M.[1] After the success of their single "Come Together," the duo were reassigned to Minit's parent label Liberty Records in 1970. In 1971, Liberty Records was absorbed into United Artists Records, where Ike and Tina would remain for the rest of their tenure together.[5]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album Details Peak chart positions Notes
US Top 200

[6]

US R&B

[7]

AT
[8]
CAN
[9]
GER
[8]
UK

[10]

The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner
  • Includes the Grammy Award nominated single "It's Gonna Work Out Fine"
Dance with Ike & Tina Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  • Released: March 1962[13][14]
  • Label: Sue Records
  • Catalog Number: LP 2003
Dynamite!
  • Released: May 1962[15]
  • Label: Sue Records
  • Catalog Number: LP 2004
Don't Play Me Cheap
  • Released: February 1963[16]
  • Label: Sue Records
  • Catalog Number: LP 2005
It's Gonna Work Out Fine
  • Released: June 1963[17]
  • Label: Sue Records
  • Catalog Number: LP 2007
Get It – Get It
  • Released: circa 1966
  • Label: Cenco Records
  • Catalog Number: LP 104
River Deep – Mountain High


  • Released: September 1966
  • Label: London Records
  • Catalog Number: HAU 8298/SHU 8298
27
  • This was only released in the UK. It was intended to be released in the US by Philles Records as PHLP-4011.[a]
  • Reissued with a different track listing on A&M Records in 1969
So Fine
  • Released: July 1968[18]
  • Label: Pompeii Records
  • Catalog Number: Pompeii SD 6000,
  • Reissued as Too Hot To Hold in 1974[19]
Outta Season 91 43
Cussin', Cryin' & Carryin' On
  • Contains mostly previously released songs, some songs from the Ikettes and instrumental tracks
River Deep – Mountain High
  • Released: September 1969[22]
  • Label: A&M Records
  • Catalog Number: SP-4178/SP-3179
102 28
  • Revised reissue of 1966 album
  • Substitutes "You're So Fine" with "I'll Never Need More Than This"
The Hunter
  • Released: October 1969[23]
  • Label: Blue Thumb Records
  • Catalog Number: BTS11
176 49
  • Grammy Award nomination for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female: Tina Turner
Come Together 130 13
  • Credited to Ike & Tina Turner and The Ikettes
  • Orchestra version of "Come Together" single was included on the soundtrack album All This And World War II in 1976
Workin' Together
  • Released: November 1970[25]
  • Label: Liberty Records
  • Catalog Number: LST-7650
25 3 52 12
  • Includes Grammy Award-winning single "Proud Mary"
Her Man. . . His Woman 201*[27]
  • Revised reissue of Get It – Get It
'Nuff Said 108 21
Feel Good
  • Released: July 1972[29]
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UAS 5598
160 28[b]
Let Me Touch Your Mind
  • Released: January 1973[30]
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UAS 5660
Nutbush City Limits
  • Released: November 1973[31]
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UA LA180-F
163 21 4 21
The Gospel According to Ike & Tina
  • Released: April 1974[32]
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UA LA203-G
  • Grammy Award nominated for Best Soul Gospel Performance
  • Includes Grammy Award nominated single "Father Alone" by Ike Turner
Sweet Rhode Island Red
  • Released: October 1974
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UA LA312-G
  • Created exclusively for the international market[33]
Delilah's Power
  • Released: 1977
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UA-LA707-G
Airwaves
  • Released: 1978
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UA-LA917-H
  • Contains previously unreleased material and some alternative versions of older non-album tracks
The Edge
  • Ike Turner album; features the last Ike & Tina recordings
*album did not chart on the main chart but was on Bubbling Under The Top LP's.

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that country.


Live albums[edit]

Title Album Details Peak chart positions Notes
US Top 200

[6]

US R&B

[7]

CAN
[9]
GER

[8]

Ike & Tina Turner Revue Live
  • Recorded at the Club Imperial and Harlem Club in St. Louis
  • Reissued as Please, Please, Please[35]
Live! The Ike & Tina Turner Show 126 8
  • Recorded at the Skyliner Ballroom (Fort Worth, Texas) and the Lovall's Ballroom (Dallas, Texas) in 1964
  • Reissued in 1970 as On Stage by Valiant Records in the UK
  • Reissued in 1971 as Something's Got A Hold On Me by Harmony Records with three tracks deleted
The Ike & Tina Turner Show — Vol. 2


  • Recorded at the Skyliner Ballroom (Fort Worth, Texas) and the Lovall's Ballroom (Dallas, Texas) in 1964
  • Reissued in 1967
  • Reissued in 1969 as Ooh Poo Pah Doo by Harmony Records[38]
In Person 142 19
  • Credited to Ike & Tina Turner and The Ikettes
  • Recorded at Basin Street West in San Francisco
Festival of Live Performances
  • Released: Feb 1970[40]
  • Label: Kent Records
  • Catalog Number: KST538
  • Recorded in 1962
Live In Paris
  • Released: 1971
  • Label: Liberty Records
  • Catalog Number: LBS 83468/69X
25
  • Only released in Europe
  • Recorded at the Olympia Theater in Paris on January 30, 1971
What You Hear Is What You Get — Live at Carnegie Hall
  • Released: July 1971[41]
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UAS 9953
25 7 26
  • Recorded during doubleheader at the Carnegie Hall in New York City on April 1–2, 1971
  • Certified Gold by RIAA
Live! The World of Ike & Tina
  • Released: September 1973[42]
  • Label: United Artists Records
  • Catalog Number: UA LA064 G2 0698
211*[43] 47
  • Nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Album Package
* album did not chart on the main chart but was on Bubbling Under The Top LP's.

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that country.


Selected compilations[edit]

Title

[44]

Year

[45]

Notes
The Greatest Hits of Ike & Tina Turner
  • Released: March 1965[46]
  • Label & Cat #: Sue LP 1038
The Soul of Ike & Tina
  • Released: 1966
  • Label & Cat #: Kent KST 519
  • Reissued on CD in 1994 with additional tracks
Ike & Tina Turner's Greatest Hits
  • Released: 1969
  • Label & Cat #: Warner Bros. WS 1810
  • Reissued on CD in 1999
Ike & Tina Turner Get It Together!
  • Released: 1969
  • Label & Cat #: Pompeii SD6006LP
Ike & Tina Turner: Star-Collection
  • Released: 1972
  • Label & Cat #: Midi MID 26 002
Ike & Tina Turner: Star-Collection Vol. 2
  • Released: 1975
  • Label & Cat #: Midi MID 26026
  • Features recordings from Ike & Tina, the Ikettes and some unreleased tracks
Sixteen Great Performances: Ike & Tina Turner
  • Released: 1975
  • Label & Cat #: ABC ABTD 4014
Greatest Hits
  • Released: March 1976[47]
  • Label & Cat #: United Artists UA-LA592-G
Gold Collection
  • Released: 1979
  • Label & Cat #: Liberty 1C 134 1827583
  • 2 vinyl LP compilation released in Germany
Nice 'N' Rough: The Later Greater Hits of Ike & Tina & The Ikettes
  • Released: 1984
  • Label & Cat #: Liberty LBR 2600211
Get Back
  • Released: March 1985
  • Label & Cat #: Liberty LO-51156
Golden Empire
  • Released: 1985
  • Label & Cat #: Striped Horse SH 2001
  • Remastered tracks and unreleased material
  • Singles released: "Golden Empire" (1985), "Living For The City" (1985), "Shake a Hand" (1986), "Raise Your Hand" was remixed and released in 2005
Golden Classics
  • Released: 1987
  • Label & Cat #: Collectables COL-5107
Great Rhythm & Blues Sessions
  • Released: 1991
  • Label & Cat #: Tomato 700712
Good Old Times
  • Released: 1991
  • Label & Cat #: Bell BLR 84 701
  • Features unreleased songs and alternate versions of original tracks
Those Were The Days
  • Released: 1991
  • Label & Cat #: Bell BLR 84 708
  • Remixed versions of previously released songs
Proud Mary: The Best of Ike & Tina Turner
  • Released: March 1991
  • Label & Cat #: EMI CDP-7-95846-2
Bold Soul Sister: The Best Of The Blue Thumb Recordings
  • Released: 1997
  • Label & Cat #: Hip-O HIPD-40051
Live! The Ike & Tina Turner Show Volume I & II
  • Released: 2000
  • Label & Cat #: One Way OW 35168
  • Reissue of Live! The Ike & Tina Turner Show and The Ike & Tina Turner Show - Vol. 2 on CD
The Kent Years
  • Released: 2000
  • Label & Cat #: Kent CDKEND 182
  • Unreleased tracks and most songs from the 1965 Kent album The Soul of Ike & Tina
Funkier Than a Mosquito's Tweeter
  • Released: July 2002
  • Label & Cat #: Stateside 7243 5 37960 2 0
His Woman, Her Man: The Ike Turner Diaries
  • Released: May 2004
  • Label & Cat #: Funky Delicacies DEL CD 0045
  • Unreleased tracks and different versions of previously released songs
Nutbush City Limits/Feel Good
  • Released: 2006
  • Label & Cat #: Raven RVCD-241
  • Reissue of Nutbush City Limits and Feel Good on CD
The Hunter And Outta Season
  • Released: 2006
  • Label & Cat #: Blue Moon BMCD 4001
  • Reissue of The Hunter and Outta Season on CD
The Ike & Tina Turner Story: 1960 –1975
  • Released: 2007
  • Label: Time Life/EMI Music Special Markets
  • 3 CD compilation that features greatest hits and the entire live album In Person
Come Together/'Nuff Said
  • Released: 2010
  • Label & Cat #: BGO BGOCD942
  • Reissue of Come Together and 'Nuff Said on CD
Workin Together/Let Me Touch Your Mind
  • Released: 2011
  • Label & Cat #: BGO BGOCD996
  • Reissue of Workin Together and Let Me Touch Your Mind on CD
Delilah's Power/Airwaves
  • Released: 2011
  • Label & Cat #: BGO BGOCD1002
  • Reissue of Delilah's Power and Airwaves on CD
Sweet Rhode Island Red/The Gospel According to Ike & Tina Turner
  • Released: 2012
  • Label & Cat #: BGO BGOCD1034
  • Reissue of Sweet Rhode Island Red and The Gospel According to Ike & Tina Turner on CD
The Complete Pompeii Recordings 1968 –1969
  • Released: 2016
  • Label & Cat #: Goldenlane CLO0385CD
  • Digitally remastered 3-CD set containing the albums So Fine (1968), Cussin', Cryin' & Carryin' On (1969), and Ike's solo album A Black Man's Soul (1969)
Dynamite!/Dance
  • Released: 2018
  • Label & Cat #: Hoodoo 263600
  • Reissue of Dynamite! and Dance with Ike & Tina Turner's Kings of Rhythm on CD


Singles[edit]

1960s[edit]

Single (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except where indicated
Release date Label & Cat # Peak chart positions Album
US

[49]

US
R&B

[50]

Cash Box

Top 100

[51]

Cash Box

R&B

[52]

BEL

[8]

CAN
[9]
NL

[8]

UK

[53]

"A Fool In Love"
b/w "The Way You Love Me"
Jul 1960 Sue – 730 27 2 19 22 [c] The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner
"A Fool Too Long"
b/w "You're My Baby" (from The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner)
Oct 1960 Sue – 734 Non-album tracks
"I Idolize You"
b/w "Letter from Tina"
Nov 1960 Sue – 735 82 5 49 4 The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner
"I'm Jealous"
b/w "You're My Baby"
Jan 1961 Sue – 740 117*[54] 83 43
"It's Gonna Work Out Fine"
b/w "Won't You Forgive Me"
Jun 1961 Sue – 749 14 2 21 2 Dynamite!
"Poor Fool"
b/w "You Can't Blame Me" (from The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner)
Nov 1961 Sue – 753 38 4 23 5
"Tra La La La La"
b/w "Puppy Love" (Non-album track)
Mar 1962 Sue – 757 50 9 55 21
"You Should'a Treated Me Right"
b/w "Sleepless" (from The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner)
Jun 1962 Sue – 765 89 21
"Tina's Dilemma"
b/w "I Idolize You" (from The Soul of Ike & Tina Turner)
Aug 1962 Sue – 768 Non-album tracks
"The Argument"
b/w "Mind In A Whirl" (from The Greatest Hits of Ike & Tina Turner)
Oct 1962 Sue – 772
"Worried and Hurtin' Inside"
b/w "Please Don't Hurt Me"
Dec 1962 Sue – 774
"Wake Up"
b/w "Don't Play Me Cheap"
Apr 1963 Sue – 784 Don't Play Me Cheap
"If I Can't Be First"
b/w "I'm Going Back Home" (Non-album track)
Sep 1963 Sonja – 2001 The Soul of Ike & Tina

(compilation)

"You Can't Miss Nothing That You Never Had"
b/w "God Gave Me You"
Feb 1964 Sonja – 2005 122*[55] 29[d] 29 Non-album tracks
"A Fool For A Fool"
b/w "No Tears To Cry"
Apr 1964 Warner Bros. – 5433 47[e] 47
"It's All Over"
b/w "Finger Poppin" (from Live – The Ike & Tina Turner Show)
Aug 1964 Warner Bros. – 5461
"Strange"
b/w "You’re A Jive Playboy" (Non-album track)
1964 Sonja – 5002 Get It – Get It
"I Can't Believe What You Say (For Seeing What You Do)"
b/w "My Baby Now" (Non-album track)
Oct 1964 Kent – 45x402 95
"Please, Please, Please"
b/w "Am I A Fool In Love" (from The Soul of Ike & Tina)
Nov 1964 Kent – K 409X45 Ike & Tina Turner Revue Live
"Ooh Poop A Doo"
b/w "Merry Christmas Baby"
Dec 1964 Warner Bros. – 5493 Non-album tracks
"He's The One"
b/w "Chicken Shack" (from The Soul of Ike & Tina)
Dec 1964 Kent – K 418X45
"Tell Her I'm Not Home"
b/w "I'm Thru With Love"
Feb 1965 Loma – 2011 108*[56] 33 48
"Somebody Needs You"
b/w "(I'll Do Anything) Just to Be With You" (Non-album track)
May 1965 Loma – 2015
"Good Bye, So Long"
b/w "Hurt Is All You Gave Me"
May 1965 Modern – 45x1007 107*[57] 32 31 The Soul of Ike & Tina

(compilation)

"I Don't Need"
b/w "Gonna Have Fun"
Aug 1965 Modern – 45x1012 134*[58]
"Two Is A Couple"
b/w "Tin Top House"
Oct 1965 Sue – 45-135 15 Non-album tracks
"Can't Chance a Break Up"
b/w "Stagger Lee and Billy"
Dec 1965 Sue – 139 33
"Dust My Broom"
b/w "I'm Hooked"
1966 Tangerine – 45-TRC-967
"Betcha Can't Kiss Me (Just One Time Baby)"
b/w "Don't Lie to Me (You Know I Know)" (Non-album track)
1966 Innis – 6666 So Fine
"River Deep – Mountain High"
b/w "I'll Keep You Happy" (Non-album track)
May 1966 Philles – 131 88 36 26 62 9 3 River Deep – Mountain High
"Anything You Wasn't Born With"
b/w "Beauty Is Just Skin Deep"
Jul 1966 Tangerine – 45-TRC-963 Non-album tracks
"Dear John"
b/w "I Made a Promise Up Above" (from Don't Play Me Cheap)
Sep 1966 Sue – 146
"Two to Tango"
b/w "A Man Is a Man Is A Man"
Oct 1966 Philles – 134
"Get It – Get It"
b/w "You Weren't Ready (For My Love)"
1967 Cenco – 112 Get It – Get It
"I Better Get Ta' Steppen"
b/w "Poor Sam" (Non-album track)
1967 Innis – 6668 So Fine
"I Wish My Dream Would Come True"
b/w "Flee Flee Fla" (Non-album track)
1967 Kent – K 45X457 The Soul of Ike & Tina

(compilation)

"I'll Never Need More Than This"
b/w "The Cash Box Blues" (Non-album track)
Feb 1967 Philles – 135 114*[59] 64 River Deep – Mountain High

(1969 Reissue)

"A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Everyday)"
b/w "I Idolize You"
Jun 1967 Philles – 136 16 River Deep – Mountain High
"So Fine"
b/w "So Blue Over You" (from Cussin', Cryin' & Carryin' On)
Mar 1968 Innis – 6667 117*[60] 50 So Fine
"We Need an Understanding"
b/w "It Sho Ain't Me"
Aug 1968 Pompeii – 45-66675
"You Got What You Wanted"
b/w "Too Hot To Hold" (from So Fine)
Nov 1968 Pompeii – 45-66682 Cussin', Cryin' & Carryin' On
"I'm Gonna Do All I Can (To Do Right by My Man)"
b/w "You've Got Too Many Ties That Bind"
Feb 1969 Minit – 32060 98 46 27 Non-album tracks
"I've Been Loving You Too Long"
b/w "Grumbling"
Apr 1969 Blue Thumb – BLU 101 68 23 91 78 Outta Season
"I Wish It Would Rain"
b/w "With A Little Help from My Friends"
Jun 1969 Minit – 32068 Non-album tracks
"Cussin', Cryin' & Carryin' On"

b/w "Shake A Tail Feather" (from So Fine)

Jun 1969 Pompeii – 45-66700 Cussin', Cryin' & Carryin' On
"The Hunter"
b/w "Crazy 'Bout You Baby" (from Outta Season)
Jun 1969 Blue Thumb – BLU 102 93 37 The Hunter
"River Deep – Mountain High"

b/w "I'll Keep You Happy" (Non-album track)

Sep 1969 A&M – 1118 112*[61] 57 33 River Deep – Mountain High

(1969 Reissue)

"I Know" Oct 1969[62] Blue Thumb – BLU 104 126*[63] The Hunter
"Bold Soul Sister" 59 22 74 16 64
"I Wanna Jump"
b/w "Treating Us (Women) Funky"
Nov 1969 Minit – 32077 Non-album tracks
*single did not chart on the main chart but was on Bubbling Under The Hot 100.

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that country.

1970s[edit]

Single (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except where indicated
Release date Label & Cat # Peak chart positions Album
US

[49]

US
R&B

[50]

Cash Box

Top 100

[64]

Cash

Box R&B

[65]

AT

[8]

BEL

[8]

CAN

[9]

GER

[8]

ITA NL

[8]

SWI

[8]

UK

[66]

"Come Together"
b/w "Honky Tonk Women"
Jan 1970[67] Minit – 32087 57 21 52 34 42 63 Come Together
"A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Everyday)"
b/w "Save The Last Dance For Me"
Feb 1970 A&M – 1170 River Deep – Mountain High (1969 Reissue)
"I Want To Take You Higher"
b/w "Contact High"
May 1970 Liberty – 56177 34 25 42 21 36 Come Together
"Please, Please, Please Pt. 1"

b/w "Please, Please, Please Pt. 2"

Jul 1970[68] Kent K – 4514 Non-album tracks
"Workin' Together"
b/w "The Way You Love Me"
Oct 1970 Liberty – 56207 105*[69] 41 91 49 66 Workin' Together
"Proud Mary"
b/w "Funkier Than A Mosquita's Tweeter"
Jan 1971 Liberty – 56216 4 5 5 4 16 11 21 5
"Ooh Poo Pah Doo"
b/w "I Wanna Jump" (Non-album track)
Apr 1971 United Artists – 50782 60 31 37 22 67
"I've Been Loving You Too Long"
b/w "Crazy 'Bout You Baby"
Jun 1971 Blue Thumb – BTA 202 120*[70] 56 Outta Season
"Dust My Broom"
b/w "Anything You Wasn't Born With"
Aug 1971 Tangerine – TRC 1019 54 Souled Out
"I'm Yours (Use Me Anyway You Wanna)"
b/w "Doin' It" (from Come Together)
Sep 1971 United Artists – 50837 104*[71] 47 80 29 Non-album tracks
"Up In Heah"
b/w "Do Wah Ditty"
Feb 1972 United Artists – 50881 83 47 70 36 84
"Feel Good"
b/w "Outrageous" (Non-album track)
Mar 1972 United Artists – 50913 48 Feel Good
"Let Me Touch Your Mind"
b/w "Chopper" (from Feel Good)
Jun 1972 United Artists – 50955 Let Me Touch Your Mind
"With A Little Help From My Friends" Jan 1973 United Artists – UA-XW174-W Live! The World of Ike & Tina
"Early One Morning" 47 60 Let Me Touch Your Mind
"Work On Me"
b/w "Born Free" (from Let Me Touch Your Mind)
May 1973 United Artists – UA-XW257-W Non-album tracks
"Nutbush City Limits"
b/w "Help Him" (from Let Me Touch Your Mind)
Aug 1973 United Artists – UA-XW298-W 22 11 26 16 1 19 46 2 5 12 2 4 Nutbush City Limits
"Sweet Rhode Island Red"
b/w "Get It Out Of Your Mind" (from Nutbush City Limits)
Mar 1974 United Artists – UA-XW409-W 106*[72] 43 43 17 51 Sweet Rhode Island Red
"Sexy Ida (Part 1)" Aug 1974 United Artists – UA-XW528-X 65 29 33 25 51
"Sexy Ida (Part 2)" 85[73] 49[73] 67
"Baby, Get It On"
b/w "Baby, Get It On" (Disco version)
Apr 1975 United Artists – UA-XW598-X 88 31 70 35 20 9 53 Acid Queen

(Tina Turner solo album)

*single did not chart on the main chart but was on Bubbling Under The Hot 100.

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that country.

1980s[edit]

Single (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except where indicated
Release date Label & Cat # Peak chart positions Album
US Dance

[74]

Netherlands

[8]

"Party Vibes"
b/w "Shame, Shame, Shame"
1980 Fantasy – D-161 27 The Edge
"Shame, Shame, Shame"
b/w "Party Vibes"
1982 Fantasty – 1A 006-64159 47
"Living For The City"

b/w "Bootsy Whitelaw"

1985 Striped Horse – SH 1201

[75]

Golden Empire
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that country.


Promo singles[edit]

Single (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except where indicated
Release date Label & Cat # Album Notes
"Something's Got A Hold Of Me"

b/w "You Are My Sunshine"

1966 Warner Bros. – W 5767

[76]

Live! The Ike & Tina Turner Show
  • Released in Norway
"Flee Flee Fla"

b/w "Feel So Good" (From The Ike & Tina Turner Revue Live)

1969 Exit – 2549-B

[77]

Non-album track
  • Released in Spain
  • Released as B-side to "I Wish My Dream Would Come True" in 1966
  • Reissued on Ike & Tina's album Airwaves in 1978
"Respect"

b/w "Son Of A Preacher Man"

1970 Liberty – 2C 006-91.405

[78]

In Person
  • Released in France
"You Don't Love Me (Yes I Know)"

b/w "I Know"

1971 Blue Thumb

2C 006-92.320 M[79]

The Hunter
  • Released in France
"Soul To Soul" (Stereo Live Edit)

b/w "Soul To Soul" (Mono Live Edit)

Atlantic – PR-A-167

[80]

Soul To Soul
"Get Back"

b/w "Let It be"

1972 United Artists – 35 448

[81]

Workin' Together
  • Released in Germany
"What You Don't See (Is Better Yet)"

b/w "Tell The Truth"

Liberty – FC-55088

[82]

'Nuff Said
  • Released in Brazil
"She Came In Through The Bathroom Window"

b/w "What You See Is What You Get (What You Don't See Is Better Yet)" (From 'Nuff Said)

United Artists – 5C 006-94030

[83]

Feel Good
  • Released in the Netherlands
"River Deep Mountain High 1974"

b/w "Fancy Annie"

1974 United Artists – UP 35632

[84]

Nutbush City Limits
  • Released in France
"Delila's Power"

b/w "That's My Purpose" (From Nutbush City Limits)

1975 United Artists – UP 36028

[85]

Delilah's Power
  • Released in Europe
  • The spelling of Delila was changed to Delilah for the album
"Raise Your Hand (U Got To)" 2005 Purple Eye Entertainment PEE1615

[86]

Golden Empire
  • Remixed by various DJ's and released on different labels



Other appearances[edit]

Song Release date Label & Cat # Album Notes
"I Wish My Dream Would Come True" 1966 Stateside – SL 10203

[87]

Soul Supply
  • "I Wish My Dream Would Come True" was released as a single in 1966
  • Soul Supply is a compilation album featuring various artists
"Flee Flee Fla"
"Dust My Broom" 1970[88] Tangerine – TRCS-1511

[89]

Souled Out
"I'm Hooked"
"Anything You Wasn't Born With"
"Beauty Is Just Skin Deep"
"Soul To Soul" 1971 Atlantic – PR-A-167

[80]

Soul To Soul
  • Soundtrack album; recorded live in Ghana on March 6, 1971
  • "Soul to Soul" was released as a promo single
  • Album peaked at #10 on the Billboard R&B albums chart[90]
"I Smell Trouble"
"I Think It's Gonna Work Out Fine" 1974 Casablanca – SPNB 1296[91] Here's Johnny: Magic Moments From The Tonight Show[92]
  • Soundtrack album; performance recorded live on October 4, 1972
  • Album peaked at #30 on Billboard 200[93]
"River Deep – Mountain High" 1977 Warner-Spector – 2SP 9104

[94]

Phil Spector's Greatest Hits
"River Deep – Mountain High" 1991 ABKCO – 7118-2

[95]

Phil Spector: Back to Mono (1958–1969)
  • Ranked #65 (previously #64) on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time[4]
"I'll Never Need More Than This"
"A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knockin' Everyday)"
"Save the Last Dance for Me"
"Gimme Some Loving" 2009 ABKCO – 18771024125

[96]

Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert
"Sweet Soul Music"
"Son Of A Preacher Man"
"Proud Mary"
"I've Been Loving You Too Long"
"Come Together"
"Land Of A Thousand Dances"
"Proud Mary" 2011 Time Life – 26508-D The Best of Soul Train Live[97][98]
  • Recorded live on April 22, 1972


Home videos[edit]

Title Details Info
The Ike & Tina Turner Show
  • Released: 1986[99]
  • Label: Vestron
  • Format:VHS/LaserDisc
Performances from Ike & Tina Turner's appearance at the Cesars Palace in Las Vegas in 1971. Also features a backstage interview.
The Best of MusikLaden Live
  • Released: 1999[100]
  • Label: Pioneer
  • Format: VHS/DVD
Performances from Ike & Tina on the German music programs Musikladen and Beat-Club.
The Legends Ike & Tina Turner Live in '71
  • Released: 2004[101]
  • Label: Eagle Vision
  • Format: DVD + CD
A two disc package featuring an Ike & Tina Turner concert at the Kurhaus Scheveningen in Den Hague, Netherlands on February 11, 1971. Also included is a one-hour CD of the concert including three songs not featured on the DVD.
Soul To Soul
  • Released: 2004
  • Label: Warner Music Vision
  • Format: DVD + CD
Documentary on the Independence Day concert in Ghana on March 6, 1971, featuring some of the leading soul and gospel performers of the time, intercut with footage of the performers rediscovering their roots and heritage.
Kenny Rogers: Rollin' Vol. 1
  • Released: 2007
  • Label: View Video
  • Format: DVD
Features performances from Ike & Tina Turner and Gladys Knight & The Pips on the Canadian TV show Rollin' on the River hosted by Kenny Rogers and The First Edition.
Playboy After Dark
  • Released: 2008
  • Label: ZYX-Music
  • Format: DVD
Features Ike & Tina Turner's appearance on the TV show Playboy After Dark with live performances and an interview with Hugh Hefner.
Nutbush City Limits
  • Released: 2009[102]
  • Label: Delta Entertainment
  • Format: DVD
Live performances from different TV shows including The Ed Sullivan Show, Musikladen and Don Kirschner's Rock Concert.
Ike & Tina Turner On The Road: 1971–72
  • Released: 2012[103]
  • Label: MVC Visual
  • Format: DVD
Photographer Bob Gruen and his wife Nadya toured with Ike & Tina Turner and filmed them performing on the road, and behind the scenes.
The Big T.N.T. Show
  • Released: 2016
  • Label: Shout! Factory
  • Format: DVD/Blu-Ray
A sequel to T.A.M.I. Show, filmed at the Moulin Rouge club in Los Angeles, California on November 29, 1965. The collector's edition T.A.M.I. Show/The Big T.N.T. Show is available on Blu-ray.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Only a few copies of LP-4011 were pressed, and covers never printed before it was canceled by Philles. By popular demand, Phil Spector released the album in the United Kingdom with liner notes written by Decca's promotion man, Tony Hall. Hall included a quote from Spector stating, "We can only assume that England is more appreciative of talent and exciting music than the U.S."
  2. ^ Billboard discontinued Top Soul LP's chart from August 26, 1972 to October 7, 1972.
  3. ^ Cash Box discontinued R&B singles chart after the March 5, 1960 issue; it was reinstated in the December 17, 1960 issue.
  4. ^ R&B singles chart was discontinued from November 30, 1963 to January 23, 1965. Billboard uses Cash Box's stat in their place.
  5. ^ R&B singles chart was discontinued from November 30, 1963 to January 23, 1965. Billboard uses Cash Box's stat in their place.

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