Tiny Tina and Little John

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Tiny Tina and Little John
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Studio album by
Tina Arena and John Bowles
Released1977
Studiounknown studio, Melbourne
Genre Pop
Label Pisces Records
Producer Ross Burton, Russel Stubbings
Tina Arena albums chronology
Tiny Tina and Little John
(1977)
Strong as Steel
(1990)

Tiny Tina and Little John is the debut studio album by Australian singers Tina Arena and John Bowles. [1] It was issued on Compact Disc and digitally in June 1998. [2]

Arena returned to the music charts in 1990 with her second album, and has since had several charting albums and singles worldwide in the years since. Bowles has not yet released any further charting material.

Track listing

Side One

  1. "Rock & Roll Love Letter" – Tina Arena
  2. "Ring Ring" – Tina Arena
  3. "Do Ron Ron" – Tina Arena
  4. "High Hopes" – Johnny Bowles
  5. "Ma (He's Making Eyes at Me)" – Tina Arena
  6. "Let Your Love Flow" – Johnny Bowles
  7. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" – Tina Arena
  8. "Jeans On" – Tina Arena & Johnny Bowles

Side Two

  1. "Heartbeat (It's a Love Beat)" – Tina Arena
  2. "Calendar Girl" – Johnny Bowles
  3. "That's Rock 'N' Roll" – Tina Arena
  4. "Anything You Can Do" – Tina Arena
  5. "I'm Your Little Boy" – Johnny Bowles
  6. "When I Kissed the Teacher" – Tina Arena
  7. "Ben" – Johnny Bowles
  8. "Everybody Needs a Rainbow/Everything Is Beautiful" – Tina Arena

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References

  1. http://www.discogs.com/Tina-Arena-Johnny-Bowles-Tiny-Tina-Little-John/release/3068832%7Ctitle=Tiny Tina and Little John Discogs|publisher=Discogs|accessdate=28 September 2017}}
  2. "Tiny Tina and Little John". iTunes Australia. Retrieved 28 September 2017.