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Ike & Tina Turner - What You Hear Is What You Get flac album

Ike & Tina Turner - What You Hear Is What You Get flac album
  • Performer: Ike & Tina Turner
  • Title: What You Hear Is What You Get
  • Genre: R&B
  • Style: Soul
  • Recording date: April 1, 1971
  • Recording location: Carnegie Hall, New York, NY
  • Date of release: 1971
  • MP3 size: 1875 mb
  • FLAC size 1219 mb
  • Formats VOC AU MPC WAV AUD VQF
  • Duration: 55:22

Ike & Tina Turner. What You Hear Is What You Get Vol. I" - Live At Carnegie Hall ‎(Cass, Album). United Artists Records. On my album the track A3 listed here is swapped with A4 such that track A3 is "Everyday People" by the Ikettes and A4 is "Introduction to Tina" And the title of C4 is "I Want To Take You Higher" where there is no apostrophe in the middle of "want". 글 답글 1개 보기 나에게 알림 Helpful. 스터 릴리스 편집 데이터 정확함. 모두 희망 목록에 추가 희망 목록에서 모두 제거. 마켓플레이스 판매 품목 246개 €. 8부터.

Live at Carnegie Hall – What You Hear Is What You Get er det 7. konsertalbumet til Ike & Tina Turner som ble gitt ut i 1971. Albumet kom på . plass på R&B-lista og 2. plass på Pop-lista. Side 1: Introductions By DJ Frankie Crocker And MC Eddie Brukes. Piece of My Heart (Jerry Ragovoy og Bert Berns). Everyday People (Sly Stone). Introduction To Tina By MC Eddie Brukes. Doin' The Tina Turner. Sweet Soul Music (Sam Cooke, Arthur Conley og Otis Redding). Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Jesse Hill).

Ike & Tina Turner, The Ikettes – Piece Of My Heart. Ike & Tina Turner – I ve Been Loving You Too Long (Live A. :34. IKE & TINA TURNER - What you hear is What you Get. Live At Carnegie Hall (1971) – 05. Doin The Tina Turner.

What You Get Is What You See" is a song by recording artist Tina Turner from her album Break Every Rule (1986). The song was written by the Terry Britten and Graham Lyle team and was notably different from the three previous singles that they had written for Turner, "What's Love Got to Do with It", "We Don't Need Another Hero" and "Two People", as it was an up-tempo country-tinged rock track featuring Eric Clapton on guitars

Tracklist: 1. Introduction, 2. Piece Of My Heart, 3. Everyday People, 4. Introduction To Tina, 5. Doin’ The Tina Turner, 6. Sweet Soul Music, 7. Ooh Poo Pah Doo, 8. Honky Tonk Women, 9. A Love Like Yours, 10. Proud Mary, 11. (Encore Of) Proud Mary, 12. Proud Mary (Continued), 13. I Smell Trouble, 14. Ike’s Tune, 15. I Want To Take You Higher, 16. I’ve Been Loving You Too Long, 17. Respect.

Album · 1971 · 17 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac and Windows. 17 Songs, 59 Minutes. What You Hear Is What You Get: Live at Carnegie Hall Ike & Tina Turner.

Ike & Tina Turner - What You Hear Is What You Get - Live at Carnegie Hall Album Lyrics. 1. I've Been Loving You Too Long Lyrics. 2. Proud Mary (encore) Lyrics.

I Want To Take You Higher. Ike & Tina Turner, Ike Turner, Tina Turner. 15. I've Been Loving You Too Long. Jerry Butler, Otis Redding.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Introductions Ike & Tina Turner 1:30
2 Piece of My Heart Bert Berns / Jerry Ragovoy Ike & Tina Turner feat: The Ikettes 3:37
3 Everday People Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart Ike & Tina Turner feat: The Ikettes 2:14
4 Introduction to Tina Ike & Tina Turner 0:44
5 Doin' the Tina Turner Ike Turner / Tina Turner Ike & Tina Turner 0:34
6 Sweet Soul Music Arthur Conley / Sam Cooke / Otis Redding Ike & Tina Turner 2:06
7 Ooh Poo Pah Doo Jessie Hill Ike & Tina Turner 3:48
8 Honky Tonk Women Mick Jagger / Keith Richards Ike & Tina Turner 0:06
9 A Love Like Yours (Don't Come Knocking Everyday) Lamont Dozier / Brian Holland / Eddie Holland Ike & Tina Turner 3:42
10 Proud Mary John Fogerty Ike & Tina Turner 9:05
11 Proud Mary (Encore) John Fogerty Ike & Tina Turner 2:37
12 I Smell Trouble Don Robey Ike & Tina Turner 8:01
13 Ike's Tune Ike Turner Ike & Tina Turner 0:32
14 I Want to Take You Higher Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart Ike & Tina Turner 3:31
15 I've Been Loving You Too Long Jerry Butler / Otis Redding Ike & Tina Turner 8:10
16 Respect Otis Redding Ike & Tina Turner 5:05

Credits:

Bonnie Barrett - Executive Producer
Bert Berns - Composer
Fred Borkgren - Engineer
Edward Burke - Trombone
Jerry Butler - Composer
Viviana Chan - Project Coordinator
Jackie Clark - Guitar
Arthur Conley - Composer
Sam Cooke - Composer
Marc Cozza - Design
Warren Dawson - Bass
Lamont Dozier - Composer
John Fogerty - Composer
LuAnn Graffeo - Art Direction
Vera Hamilton - Vocals
Bruce Harris - Project Director, Series Director
Jessie Hill - Composer
Brian Holland - Composer
Eddie Holland - Composer
The Ikettes - Performer, Primary Artist
Mick Jagger - Composer
Mack Johnson - Trumpet
Henry Marquez - Art Direction
Jerry Ragovoy - Composer
Otis Redding - Composer
J.D. Reed - Saxophone
Larry Reed - Piano, Sax (Tenor)
Keith Richards - Composer
Edna Richardson - Vocals
Soko Richardson - Drums
David Ritz - Liner Notes
Don Robey - Composer
Tom "Curly" Ruff - Mastering
Leo Sacks - Compilation Producer
Jimmy Smith - Sax (Tenor)
Jimmy Smith - Sax (Tenor)
Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart - Composer
Ike Turner - Composer, Director, Guitar, Musical Director, Organ, Producer
Ike & Tina Turner - Primary Artist
Tina Turner - Composer, Vocals
Claude Williams - Trumpet
Comments: (1)
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This album was originally issued in 1971 on the United Artists label. Running time is 59:30 - Ike and Tina and the Ikettes and the Kings of Rhythm are all here, but the show is lacking that spark of excitement and intensity you'd expect from a band of this purported calibre; what you get is an over -produced rote version of a group " going through the motions " of performing songs they've rehearsed for so long that it's painful ... 'seems like they just don't really love doin' these songs anymore. Starting with the overdone introductions by a local DJ then the house emcee, this album goes straight downhill. The Ikettes plod through a few songs in the beginning, then another overdone introduction of the " star of the show " by the house guy of Tina Turner, who falls victim to Ike's poor arrangements ( Ike is just " showin' up " - " puttin' in the time " as it were ) while Tina plods through a series of well-worn songs. " Proud Mary " is the closest they come to any excitement in the whole show but it's only a mediocre rendition, having heard far better performances of this as well as many of the other songs here on their studio albums and singles. Ike's guitar work is rudimentary here and his vocal insertions are painful to listen to ... Do yourself a favor and find something else to spend your money on -
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