Tina Turner

Tina Turner - A Fool in Love (1964)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Janis Joplin on Tina Turner

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike and Tina Turner - I Can’t Believe What You Say (1964)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike and Tina Turner - Ooh Poo Pah Do (1964)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike and Tina Turner - A Fool in Love (1965)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Tina Turner - A Fool in Love (1965)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner - Revue Part 1 – Shake Shake a Tailfeather Nevertheless, I Love You (1965)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner Revue – Part 2 - My Girl A Fool in Love Peaches & Cream

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner Revue – Part 3 – Tell the Truth

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner – River Deep, Mountain High (1968)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner - River Deep, Mountain High (1969)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner – I Want to Take You Higher – Come Together – Proud Mary

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner – You’ve Got What I Want – Tina Gets Down (1969)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Revue River Deep, Mountain High Do Right By My Man Land of 1000 Dances

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner Proud Mary (1971)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner - I Smell Trouble (1971)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Tina Turner I Can’t Believe What You Say (1965)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner Shake (1965)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner A Fool in Love (1969)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner A Fool in Love (1965)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

Ike & Tina Turner – River Deep, Mountain High (1966, Phil Spector’s original promo video)

“I realized just now, another thing it did for me when I first heard it. It connected me with my grandparents’ generation. We don’t really know what our grandparents experienced, the world was so different. You can hear that kind of antique quality, so different from modern concepts of singing and music, and yet there it is, in all its original, accurate authentic being. That connection to an older generation made me feel better, somehow made me feel less disconnected or alienated from life.”

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