Tina Turner: Break Every Rule

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 310 pages
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This revealing, detailed biography not only gives the full story of Turner's dazzling professional career, but also thoroughly explores her turbulent personal battles and ultimate discovery of inner peace through Buddhism. From her modest beginnings as a backup singer for Ike and their debut single A Fool in Love to her successful 1980s comeback and the conferring of her rock goddess status during the last decade of the twentieth century, Tina Turner is the authoritative portrait of the flamboyant superstar with unmistakable voice.
 

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Contents

The Queen of Rock Roll
1
Shes Got Legs
4
Nutbush City Limits
14
Teenage Ann
24
Enter Ike Turner
38
Sexy Ann
53
Just a Fool in Love
62
River DeepMountain High
73
Private Dancer
165
Break Every Rule
178
Foreign Affair
195
Whats Love Got to Do With It?
205
Wildest Dreams
218
Twenty Four Seven and the Final Tour
232
Quote Sources
251
Bibliography
254

Bold Soul Sister
91
Proud Mary
104
Ive Been Loving You Too Long
114
The Acid Queen
123
The Last Straw
134
Tina RebornPuttin on the Ritz
148
Discography
256
Filmography
289
Index
293
About the Author
309
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About the author (2005)

Mark Bego is the best-selling author of Madonna, Cher, Bette Midler, and Bonnie Rait. He lives in Tuscon, Arizona.

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