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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Review: I, TinaUser Review - Raquel - Goodreads
I love her and I love her strength. So happy I wrote about 'Private Dancer" for VH1's 100 Greatest Albums… Kurt Loder really captured her... Read full review
Review: I, TinaUser Review - Eddy - Goodreads
I love biographies and this is one of the best I've read, not so much on the writing style, which is great and effectively based on interview style, but more because it's a story of survival and ... Read full review