Wednesday, April 27, 2011

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The July 8, 1990 Tina Tuner gave a memorable concert at the stadium on Molinón whom I had the great fortune to go and never forget. Breaking down the life of Tina Tuner is quite complicated. Tina was born in Tennessee (USA) in year 1939 with the name Annie Mae Bullock. His musical career began at the tender age of 18 when attached to which later became her husband Ike Tuner to join the chorus. In 1957, Tina was the star of this band called "Ike Turner & His King of Rhythm", but seeing the reception that the public gives Tina changed her name to "Ike & Tina Turner." One of the most famous songs of this duo was the song "A Fool in Love." In 1974, Tina Ike leaves. A year later involved in the movie "Tommy" in the role of Acid Queen. the late 70's, Tina recorded some albums for United Artists , but only if it succeeds, his dark figure until 1983, when his career takes more energy, caused mainly by the output of the song "Ball of Confusion." He recorded several tracks as "Let's stay together", "What's love got to do with it", his first number one in sales for three consecutive weeks. His next album was called "Private Dancer" and was released in 1984, which were very successful songs like "Better good to me" and "Help ", a version of the Beatles . In 1985, again winning with the theme "Beyond Thunderdome" film "Mad Max" and a year later with the famous theme "We do not need another hero." One year after the album emerge "Typical male." In 1996 goes on sale, new album called "Break Every Rule", which was produced by Mark Knopfler . This becomes another success, as the collection "Simply the Best." Tina Turner plays the soundtrack of the movie "Goldeyene" Series James Bond. His latest work to date has been far album "Twenty Four Seven" published in 1999.

Discography :   Tina Turns the Country On!  (1974); Acid Queen (1975); Rough (1978); Love Explosion  (1979); Private Dancer  (1984); Break Every Rule  (1986); Tina Live in Euripe (1988); Foreign Affair  (1989); Simply the Best (1991); The Collected Recordings (1994); Wildest Dreams  (1996); VH1 Divas Live´99 (1999); Twenty Four Seven (1999), All the Best (2004), Tina: Her Greatest Hits (2008), The Platinum Collection (2009); Tina Live (2009).


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