Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits (1973) – vynil 45° – 7″

Ike & Tina Turner – Nutbush City Limits 1973 – vynil 45° – 7″ en.wikipedia.org “Nutbush City Limits” is a semi-autobiographical rock and roll song written and performed by Tina Turner, in which she describes her hometown of Nutbush, Tennessee. As an unincorporated town, Nutbush does not actually have “city limits”; but it does have a “Nutbush – Unincorporated” sign on the highway Original 1973 recording The original recording was produced by Ike Turner in 1973 and released by the couple under their professional name Ike & Tina Turner. The song was taken from an album of the same title, and proved to be the duo’s final significant chart hit, reaching #22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the UK Singles Chart. Following the couple’s split, the song became a staple of Tina’s live show, where she re-worked the funky studio version into a hard-driving rock and roll showstopper. Marc Bolan is rumoured to have played guitar on this track. Although Gloria Jones stated definitely that he did on the film for the 2007 BBC4 Documentary Marc Bolan: The Final Word, it remains in doubt. However it is widely acknowledged that Bolan contributed to the later single “Sexy Ida”. Gloria provided backing vocals for Ike and Tina Turner in the 1960s so the story does stand up, especially as the guitar sound is very much like Bolan’s. Bolan toured the US extensively in the mid-70s and lived in LA for over a year from 1974.
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Tina Turner – What’s Love Got To Do With It – The Scissors

www.thescissors.com • http Photography by James Kozar, JB Schiess, John Harrington @ thismotion.com Hair and makeup by Iris Guevara @ www.curlsnrouge.com Shot on Location in Chicago, Il. at The Beat Kitchen. The Scissors are currently in the studio working on a fourth full-length. They will be following up 2010′s You Can Make It Dangerous with a more refined sound as guitarist, Yvonne Szumski, takes over lead vocals on a bulk of the songs. With a few tours under their belt, as well as Insubordination Fest in 2010 and South By Southwest in 2011, The Scissors’ plan continues to be to hit the road and the internet hard to reach listeners. Please visit the official website www.thescissors.com for more information, and to watch a music video for a song which is featured in Sony’s MLB 11 The Show.