From modest beginnings to becoming the rage of three generations, to bursting through in 1985 and sweeping the Grammy awards with her album Private Dancer, Tina Turner is a true rock survivor, and in this candid autobiography, Tina tells it the way it is. 8 pages of black-and-white photographs.
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