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  • Audio CD (10 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Secret Records
  • ASIN: B005GS3HBK
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 19,093 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Box Top - Ike Turner, Carlson Oliver & Little Ann - Ike Turner, Carlson Oliver & Little Ann - Ike Turner, Carlson Oliver & Little Ann
  2. Chalypso Love Cry - Ike Turner Orchestra - Ike Turner Orchestra - Ike Turner Orchestra
  3. Fate Of Rock And Roll - Kenneth Churchill, The Lyrics and Ike Turner Orch - Kenneth Churchill, The L - Kenneth Churchill, The Lyrics and Ike Turner Orchestra
  4. Would You Rather - Kenneth Churchill, The Lyrics and Ike Turner Orch - Kenneth Churchill, The Lyrics - Kenneth Churchill, The Lyrics and Ike Turner Orchestra
  5. Call Your Name - Chuck Bernard & His Blue Notes - Chuck Bernard & His Blue Notes - Chuck Bernard & His Blue Notes
  6. Everytime I Think Of You - Chuck Bernard & His Blue Notes - Chuck Bernard & His Blue Notes - Chuck Bernard & His Blue Notes
  7. Double Trouble - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band
  8. Keep On Loving Me Baby - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band
  9. I'll Weep No More - Betty Everett & The Willie Dixon Band - Betty Everett & The Willie Dixon Band - Betty Everett & The Willie Dixon Band
  10. Tell Me Darling - Betty Everett & The Willie Dixon Band - Betty Everett & The Willie Dixon Band - Betty Everett & The Willie Dixon Band
  11. All Your Love (I Miss Loving) - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band
  12. My Baby Is A Good 'Un - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band - Otis Rush & His Band
  13. Walking Down The Aisle - Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  14. Box Top - Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  15. You Sure Can't Do - Buddy Guy - Buddy Guy - Buddy Guy
  16. (I Know) You Don't Love Me - Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  17. Down And Out - Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  18. In Your Eyes Baby - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut
  19. Jack Rabbit - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut
  20. Angel Of Love - Bobby Foster - Bobby Foster - Bobby Foster
  21. Star Above - Bobby Foster - Bobby Foster - Bobby Foster
  22. Hey...Hey - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut
  23. Ho...Ho - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut - Icky Renrut
  24. That's All I Need - Ike Turner & The Kings Of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  25. My Love - Ike Turner & The Kings Of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm - Ike Turner's Kings of Rhythm
  26. It's Alright - Art Lassiter - Art Lassiter - Art Lassiter
  27. My Loneliness - Art Lassiter - Art Lassiter - Art Lassiter
  28. A Fool In Love - Ike & Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner
  29. The Way You Love Me - Ike & Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner
  30. You're My Baby - Ike & Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner
  31. A Fool Too Long - Ike & Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner - Ike and Tina Turner

Disc: 2

  1. Box Top - Ike Turner, Carlson Oliver & Little Ann - Ike Turner, Carlson Oliver & Little Ann - Ike Turner, Carlson Oliver & Little Ann

Disc: 3

  1. Chalypso Love Cry - Ike Turner Orchestra

Product Description

31 track compilation of Ike Turner's work from 1958-1960 plus a 10" single Companion to Ike Turner- "That Kat Sure Could Play". Every one of these tracks features Ike Turner on guitar, piano &/or vocals. The 10" repro of rare Tune 78 singles plays at 45rpm. Features Little Ann, as in Annie Mae Bullock the future Tina Turner.

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This set includes Tina Turner's first appearance on record. In 1958 Ike Turner recorded boxtop with Tina Turner on vocals. It was credited as Ike Turner and Little Ann. 2 years later the name would be changed to Tina Turner. This vinyl/CD combo includes the 10 inch single boxtop + a compilation cd of early Ike Turner recordings.
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It's the music of Ike Turner, what's not to like? Beautiful 10 inch vinyl plus a CD of amazing blues.
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HASH(0x95c2b57c) out of 5 stars HOT R&B/BLUES PLUS A 10" VINYL RECORD 28 Aug. 2012
By Stuart Jefferson - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a great continuation of Secret Records' look at Ike Turner's Singles work in the late 1950's/1960. The label's first release ("That Kat Sure Could Play: The Singles 1951-1957") was a 4 CD set that is loaded with great music from that period. This cool little set focuses on the years 1958-1960. The Amazon page may lead you to believe that you're getting 2 CD's-you're not. The 2 discs refers to the vinyl record and the CD just to make it very clear.

First off, you get a 10" vinyl Single, in a cool vintage style album cover. The record's 'A' side features "Box Top", with Turner, Carlson Oliver, and (a young Tina Turner under the name) Little Ann on backing vocals. The 'B' side is "Chalpyso Love Cry" (sic) a then popular dance combining the cha-cha and calypso styles, which has Ike Turner's Orchestra-featuring Fred sample on vocals.

The 31 track CD (in great sound) is in a cardboard sleeve, with a retro-ish cover and track listing on the back. A jewel case would've been nice, but I simply transferred the disc for protection. The booklet is the size of the album jacket, and has a biography of Ike and Tina, and information on the various tracks. There's also a great b&w photo of Turner's orchestra (with a smiling Tina Turner) on the cover, and another great period photo of Tina Turner on stage with Ike playing his guitar, along with various 45 labels on the back. But the most important thing is the track by track session details for every song-with all the information you would want. But the only (bad?) thing is that if you want to see who's playing on a particular track, you have to have the large booklet by your side. But that's a small price to pay when the music is this good.

On the CD there's well known artists like Betty Everett, Buddy Guy (vocals only-Ike Turner plays lead along with Willie Dixon-bass, Odie Payne-drums, Harold Barrage-sax and a couple of others), Otis Rush (some of his fine Cobra sides also featuring Ike Turner on guitar plus Dixon Payne, and other)), Ike Turner and his band, and Tina Turner, plus several relatively unknown artists. It's these artists that give this set added depth. People like Kenneth Churchill ("Fate of Rock 'N' Roll"), Chuck Bernard ("Call Your Name"), Tommy Hodge (2 tracks), Jimmy Thomas (2 tracks), Bobby Foster ("Star Above"), and Art Lassiter ("It's Alright"), and (of course) Icky Renrut (Ike Turner) ("In Your Eyes Baby" among several other tracks), all have vocals on one or two (or more) tunes apiece.

All in all, for fans of Turner and his early music, and/or stomping r&b/blues (with great honking horns and some incendiary blues guitar), this is pretty close to a must-have. These tracks (some coming close to primitive r'n'r) are every bit as good as the 4 CD set mentioned above. Together they give a good (and killer sounding) look at what Ike Turner was doing during this period. And if you want more Turner from the era, checkout "Ike Turner Studio Productions, New Orleans and Los Angeles, Modern, 1963-1965", on the Ace label. But this cool little release, with an actual vinyl 10" record included is something worth looking into if you're a fan of the music. And did I mention that the music is hot.
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HASH(0x96144a98) out of 5 stars Icky Renrut 30 Mar. 2013
By Tommy Forsgren - Published on Amazon.com
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Who is Icky - You may ask.That is only one of the many disguises that Ike Turner used.This record is rock and roll at its best by one of the inventors of the whole genre.
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