Midnight Tracker sampler, Vol. 2

Tonight on The Midnight Tracker, it’s Side 1 of “Feel Good,” a 1972 album by Ike and Tina Turner.

There’s only one cover among its 10 cuts, but the nine tunes written by Tina Turner really cook.

Though it’s barely two minutes long, the fourth cut, “I Like It,” manages to work in some nasty Hammond organ, a solid bass line, energetic horn charts and plenty of wah-wah guitar.

I’m sure you have a pretty good idea what Miss Tina likes on this one.

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“I Like It,” Ike and Tina Turner, from “Feel Good,” 1972.

(The album link is to a 2006 Australian release that puts this album and the “Nutbush City Limits” album from 1973 on the same CD.)

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One response to “Midnight Tracker sampler, Vol. 2

  1. I was going through some of my mp3s over the weekend and found one I’d forgotten I had… Aussie singer Jimmy Barnes and Tina Turner performing her hit, Simply the Best, as a duet. It actually works quite well. Barnes raspy growl is actually a good counterpoint to Tina’s voice.

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