|Tina Live in Europe|
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|Singles from Tina Live in Europe|
Tina Live in Europe is the first live album by Tina Turner, released on Capitol Records in 1988.
The album is compiled of live performances made between 1985 and 1987, the majority of which are from Turner's Break Every Rule World Tour but also from the 1985 Private Dancer Tour, as well as the 1986 Tina Turner: Break Every Rule HBO special recorded in London at the Camden Palace (now Koko), masquerading as Le Club Zero in Paris, also released on video.
The double CD version of Tina Live in Europe includes four bonus songs not featured on the original double vinyl album. Certain limited editions of the double LP included a bonus one-sided 7" singleor CD single featuring an exclusive "Tender Remix" of "Two People", mixed by Ben Liebrand.
In 1989 the album won a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
Five singles were released from Tina Live In Europe; "Nutbush City Limits", a cover of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love, "Tonight" with David Bowie, "A Change Is Gonna Come" and "634–5789" with Robert Cray, the most successful being "Addicted to Love" which has since become a mainstay in Turner's live repertoire and was later included on the European editions of her 1991 hits compilation Simply the Best .
|1.||"What You Get Is What You See"||Terry Britten, Graham Lyle||5:34|
|2.||"Break Every Rule"||Rupert Hine, Jeannette Obstoj||4:28|
|3.||"I Can't Stand the Rain"||Ann Peebles, Don Bryant, Bernard Miller||3:25|
|4.||"Two People"||Britten, Lyle||4:26|
|5.||"Girls" (CD bonus)||David Bowie, Erdal Kızılçay||4:54|
|6.||"Typical Male"||Britten, Lyle||3:59|
|7.||"Back Where You Started" (CD bonus)||Bryan Adams, Jim Vallance||4:21|
|8.||"Better Be Good to Me"||Holly Knight, Nicky Chinn, Mike Chapman||6:29|
|9.||"Addicted to Love"||Robert Palmer||5:22|
|10.||"Private Dancer"||Mark Knopfler||5:37|
|11.||"We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)"||Britten, Lyle||4:56|
|12.||"What's Love Got to Do with It"||Britten, Lyle||5:28|
|13.||"Let's Stay Together"||Willie Mitchell, Al Green, Al Jackson Jr.||4:40|
|14.||"Show Some Respect"||Britten, Sue Shifrin||3:05|
|1.||"Land of a Thousand Dances"||Chris Kenner||3:06|
|2.||"In the Midnight Hour"||Wilson Pickett, Steve Cropper||3:32|
|3.||"634–5789" (with Robert Cray)||Eddie Floyd, Cropper||3:05|
|4.||"A Change Is Gonna Come" (featuring guitar solo by Robert Cray)||Sam Cooke||6:44|
|5.||"River Deep – Mountain High" (CD bonus)||Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich||4:11|
|6.||"Tearing Us Apart" (with Eric Clapton)||Eric Clapton, Greg Phillinganes||4:41|
|7.||"Proud Mary"||John Fogerty||4:47|
|8.||"Help!"||John Lennon, Paul McCartney||5:03|
|9.||"Tonight" (with David Bowie)||Bowie, Iggy Pop||4:15|
|10.||"Let's Dance" (with David Bowie)||Bowie||3:27|
|11.||"Overnight Sensation" (CD bonus)||Knopfler||3:54|
|12.||"It's Only Love" (with Bryan Adams)||Adams, Vallance||4:15|
|13.||"Nutbush City Limits"||Tina Turner||3:43|
|14.||"Paradise Is Here"||Paul Brady||5:41|
|"Legs"||"Nutbush City Limits" and "Addicted to Love"|
The Tina Turner Band
|Austria (IFPI Austria)||Platinum||50,000*|
|Brazil (Pro-Música Brasil)||Gold||100,000*|
|Netherlands (NVPI)||2× Platinum||200,000^|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||Gold||100,000^|
* Sales figures based on certification alone.
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