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Wildest Dreams

Tina Turner Audio CD
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1. Missing You
2. In Your Wildest Dreams
3. Whatever You Want
4. Do What You Do
5. Thief Of Hearts
6. On Silent Wings
7. Something Beautiful Remains
8. Confidential
9. The Difference Between Us
10. All Kinds Of People
11. Unfinished Sympathy
12. Goldeneye
13. Dancing In My Dreams

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TINA TURNER Wildest Dreams (1996 US 13-track picture CD album including Goldeneye Whatever You Want Something Beautiful Remains and the title track featuring Barry White. Housed in a black & white picture sleeve which is different to the UK issue)

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In the 1980's, the now legendary success story of Tina Turner made her one of the biggest female recording artists ever. Her days of loneliness with Ike were over, and she now back on track, with multi-million selling albums such as "Private Dancer," "Break Every Rule" and "Foreign Affair." A greatest hits collection, "Simply The Best" followed in 1991, with the soundtrack to the autobiographical movie on Tina's troubled life, "What's Love Got To Do With It?"
Fans were left eagerly awaiting Tina's latest release - her first album of brand new songs in seven years. It arrived in September 1996, and was called "Wildest Dreams." The album has experienced moderate success in America, but big sales have been achieved in Europe where Tina is by far at her most famous. The album produced many Top 10 hits and further proved that - now in her 60's - Tina Turner is still a rock legend and a true force to be reckoned with.
Wildest Dreams opens with the fantastic song "Missing You." This cover-version is absolutely fantastic, and Tina's vocals are very impressive. Heavy guitars and drums are added to awesome effect and violin strikes towards the end are particularly enjoyable. A fantastic Tina classic. "In My Wildest Dreams" is another highlight. There is only one word to describe this song - sexy! Tina's vocals are gravely and husky in such a mysterious tone, and the beat is deep and moody. The lyrics are equally intense, and a vocal guest appearance from Antonio Banderas spices things up even further. With "Whatever You Want," Tina goes back to her hardcore rock roots by pumping out this absolutely amazing power ballad and sings to her lover, telling him that whatever he wants, he can have. "Do What You Do" is a pure pop dance number.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A superb CD by Tina Turner May 15 2003
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Ultimately, all Tina Turner CDs will likely be measured against "Private Dancer," and I think that's unfair. "Private Dancer" is a product of its time and place, and will long be remembered as Tina's big breakthrough, but its big contribution to popular music is that it gave Tina Turner the opportunity to make albums like "Wildest Dreams." "Wildest Dreams" is an under-appreciated and deeply satisfying Tina Turner classic. The first song on the CD, John Waite's "Missing You," is low-key and fairly inconsequential, but she gathers momentum with "In Your Wildest Dreams," which is a sexy, dreamy duet with Barry White. By the opening notes of "Whatever You Want," it is clear that this is a singer at the peak of her power and confidence. As much as I love Taylor Dayne, her version of "Whatever You Want" (which Ms. Dayne wrote) pales in comparison with Tina's. "Do What You do" and "Thief of Hearts" are rock-flavoured pop, along the lines of "Steel Claw" and "Better be Good to me" from "Private Dancer." Tina takes on the Pet Shop Boys' sound in the lovely "Confidential," with the boys (well, Neil Tennant anyway) adding tasteful background vocals. "All Kinds of People" (co-written by Sheryl Crow) is a stirring, bouncy piece about racism, respecting diversity, and not teaching children to hate. The U2-penned "Goldeneye" is Tina's foray into Shirley Bassey territory. "Dancing in my Dreams" is intensely moving in its meandering pace. Track 7, the Britten/Lyle composition "Something Beautiful Remains," is probably the most beautiful song Tina has ever recorded. It's about the perseverance of memory in tribute to a departed loved one, and Tina adds grace and heart-breaking emotion to the song. You can't call yourself a Tina Turner fan if you don't own this CD!
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5.0 out of 5 stars POWERFUL ALBUM. March 21 2003
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I feel sorry with the appreciation that the US has for Tina Turner and her record company aswell.
Since 1989 when Tina released "Foreign affair" seems that there's not a support for her in this country. The example is that "Foreign affair" turned out to be the best-seller album back in 1989 in Europe, the selling arrive close to the 7 million, whether in the US was only certified Gold (up to 500,000 copies).The singles "The best" and "Steamy windows" were successful but not in the magnitude that they had been in Europe or Asia or even Australia, ("The best" reached #15 and "Steamy windows" #39 in the US).
In 1991 Tina released her last album with Capitol Records ("Simply the best" which sold several million copies) and signed with the EMI family. Her first work with them wasn't a new album, it was the soundtrack of her biogical movie "What's love got to do with it". The first single was "I don't wanna fight" which was a hit in the US peaking at #9 and "What's love?" was certified Platinum.
But the time that all Tina's fans were waiting came in 1996 when she released her first new album after almost 7 years. The up-coming album was "Wildest dreams" which had a wonderful production, the songs in the album are great aswell are the lyrics. "W.D" has special features by Sting, Barry White and Antonio Banderas.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Powerful Tina!
Go get the american release:
Better pictures in the booklet, one extra track (THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN US) and a hidden one (an alternate version of SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL... Read more
Published on Dec 18 2002 by fabio-italy
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars deserverdly!
I live in Russia, during the USSR here it was practically impossible to hear foreign music on TV or radio. Read more
Published on Aug. 23 2001 by "bondx2"
4.0 out of 5 stars entertaining!
Wildest Dreams was Tina Turner's second CD for Virgin Records in the US and it went...nowhere. The album reached double platinum in Europe where a different (and much better!! Read more
Published on April 28 2001
1.0 out of 5 stars The Best of the best
OK this Tina Turner lady is the most of my favorite artist. She is always the best mostly this album here (Wildest Dreams). Why? Read more
Published on April 17 2001
5.0 out of 5 stars Truly, a wild dream!
I saw Tina's tour on Oprah's Tina month in 97, and watched her perform the title track with Barry White. And hearing it on CD, this CD is truly dreamy. Read more
Published on March 25 2001 by Ben Cartwright
2.0 out of 5 stars Easily the WORST of the Past Two Decades
Besides "Goldeneye," there is very little here that reveals Ms. Turner's superior talent. While the media campaign which accompanied this album and tour was spledid,... Read more
Published on Feb. 26 2001 by Nikos A. Leverenz
4.0 out of 5 stars Tina's Mildest Dreams
I just wrote a negative review Of Tina's 24/7 and I'm on a roll. Don't stone me yet! I love Tina and have been obsessed with her since I was a teenage boy. Read more
Published on Jan. 6 2001 by J. Hayes
5.0 out of 5 stars On the same level as "Private Dancer"
This 1996 release is equal to Turner's chart-topping"Private Dancer" in scope, delivery, and production. Read more
Published on July 26 2000 by Reginald D. Garrard
5.0 out of 5 stars Simply The Best
One of Tina Turner's best albums. It's a shame that it did not sell as well as "Private Dancer," but, nevertheless, it's a great album. Read more
Published on Dec 18 1999
2.0 out of 5 stars disappointing !
This is not a bad album, Tina Turner hasn't made bad albums since 1979. I only give it 2 stars because it is so predictable. Read more
Published on Dec 11 1999
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