Tina Turner first made a chart appearance way back in 1960, when “A Fool In Love” (recorded with Ike Turner) made it up to # 27 on the charts. Twenty-four years later, and many ups and downs in between, Tina Turner returned with a number one, four Grammy award winner (a Billboard record for the longest interval between an artist’s first chart appearance and his/her first number one single). British drummer Graham Jarvis is on this cut.
What’s Love Got To Do WIth Itby Tina Turner
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