This is a truly earth-moving, yet sublime record, and in my opinion is the greatest recording ever made. It is raw, powerful and takes no prisoners. The title track rumbles on, and Tina begins to ease into it. Spector's famed wall of sound is in full flow, a truly huge arrangement. However, Tina's voice is bigger. In her need to overcome the arrangment Tina ripped off her blouse, and in the process laid down one of the really great vocal performances of all time. She is hollering and screaming, the wall of sound is forever growing, until the earth shattering conclusion is reached. The other Spector produced tracks continue in a similar vein, including 'I'll never need more than this', another recording to showcase Tina's raw power. Packaged along with the all-consuming Spector numbers are some Ike and Tina standards, including a cracking version of 'A Fool in Love'. This album is simply a masterclass in delivery and power, and is genuinly amazing.