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Simply The Best

Simply The Best

14 Oct 1991

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  • Original Release Date: 30 Sep 1991
  • Release Date: 30 Sep 1991
  • Label: Capitol Catalog
  • Copyright: 1991 Parlophone Records Ltd
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  • Total Length: 1:12:23
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  • ASIN: B001IQJV8W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 441 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By F. Hearn on 29 Feb 2008
Format: Audio CD
Simply The Best Of Tina Turner... and it is just that. Because although it contains many of the best hits, it omits many loved and essential songs, but it picks the best, intertwines it with the new and is almost full as it contain 18 tracks. So we get some of the very early, to the very latest new songs for the compilation.
The cover has an iconic image of Tina, the booklet has a few nice photos and the back page features a four album Discography. The songs themselves are great, although the 90's Version of `Nutbush City Limits' is questionable, definitely not a patch on the original or the 1993 Soundtrack Version which is on a par with the original. It brings together a few songs previously not available on any Tina albums such as `It Takes Two' A Duet With Rod Stewart, We Don't Need Another Hero' from the Mad Max Soundtrack and the Classic `River Deep, Mountain High' which has never appeared on any Tina Solo record. In addition as I previously mentioned we get three new tracks for the album, which are really great songs, that compliment the older material. However some people feel disappointed that 'One Of The Living' from the Mad Max Soundtrack does not appear here. A Nice Package, good for casual listeners and a must for fans.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas Casley TOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Aug 2012
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This seventy-five minute collection includes many of her best songs from the 1980s. Using different producers - Dan Hartman, Terry Britten, Heaven 17, & Rupert Hine among them - produced refreshingly different styles.

But the CD almost completely ignores her first golden period. Admittedly there is the Phil Spector-produced `River Deep-Mountain High', but the sound quality is not brilliant, despite it supposedly being remastered. (The sound quality of the rest of the CD is excellent.) But there are none of the Ike & Tina Turner songs from the 1960s nor any of her covers of songs written by members of the Rolling Stones, the Who, or Led Zeppelin. And, alas, we only get the 1990s dull version of `Nutbush City Limits'.

The final tracks on this set are - or, rather, were - new on its release. Unfortunately, they are disappointing compared to the big hits that went before, and so the album ends making a mockery of the CD's title.

The live version of `Addicted to Love' is excellent, but the duet `It Takes Two' with Rod Stewart is bland and overproduced.

Overall, then, a decent set highlighting Turner's dramatic and singing abilities; (in another age she would have made an excellent opera singer.)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman TOP 100 REVIEWER on 11 Jun 2014
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Born 'Anna Mae Bullock' back in 39' starting her music career in the mid-fifties as a singer
with the 'Ike Turners Kings of Rhythm' group, in 1960 introducing herself to the World as
'Tina Turner' singing in the 'Ike and Tina Turner Revue' during the sixties of course the
Hits started coming with songs such as - 'River Deep Mountain High' -'Proud Mary' and
'Nutbush City Limit's' ( The first and third of which are featured 'solo' on this album.
As we know after many troubled years she and 'Ike' divorced, 'Tina' then concentrating on
establishing a Solo career., her first Solo effort Charting at number '6' (U.K) late 83' she
was now on her way, though she never actually had a U.K number One she did achieve
a long list of Hits including around Ten Top-Ten successes including songs such as --
'What's Love Got To Do With It' (Chart '3' 1984) 'We Don't Need Another Hero' from the
film 'Thunderdome' (Chart '3' 1986) 'The Best' (Chart '5' 1989 and again '9' 2010)
'I Don't Wanna Lose You' (Chart '8' 1989) and 'It Takes Two' sung with 'Rod Stewart'
(Chart '5' 1990)
I have listed her Top Ten successes that appear on this album, she did have a couple more,
of course she had many other 'lower-order' Hits, surprisingly her number 'Private Dancer' also
on-board only Charted at number '26' back in '84'
There are several worthy cover versions of famous numbers included within the 18 - Track
album, of course among the numbers not included are well known Hits such as 'I Don't Wanna
Fight' and 'Goldeneye' both Top Ten entries for Tina.
This a great reflection of 'Tina's' Solo career......of course many will remember her scantily dressed
stage performances during the 80's and 90's.
All in All certainly one of the Great Entertainers of our time, her music, definitely 'Collectable'
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fiona Mac on 5 Dec 2005
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Quite simply the Best solo Tina Turner collection ever.All of her hits from the 80's plus some.
If you're a fan of Tina during her period with Ike, though, you might want to look for another.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Katherine M. Griffis (Greenberg) on 7 Jan 2013
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I have followed and admired the works of Tina Turner since I was a child, and her works NEVER get old. Here, the compilation is of some of her best work - some with Ike and the Ikettes - but more when she was an artist on her own. There are some songs not included that I wish were - Acid Queen from 'Tommy,' Under My Thumb and Let's Spend the Night Together (in her homage to the Rolling Stones). After hearing the album, you somehow wish she were still singing, but now - after 50 years on the stage - you can still enjoy Tina at her best...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paulo MS VINE VOICE on 7 Oct 2011
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This is a great album - Tina at her best. Full of energy - a real memory tripper! Recommended to old and new fans alike.
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