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IKE & TINA TURNER - BOLIC SOUND SESSIONS - Following the success of Ike & Tina Turner, Turner had the finances to create his own recording studio which he called Bolic Sound. The name Bolic derived from the maiden name of his then wife Tina Turner (née Bullock). The studio was previously a furniture store which Turner bought as a shell and had it fully renovated. The facilities began being used for Turner productions in 1970 before opening for business in March 1972. Billboard magazine described Bolic Sound as "one of the most ornate recording plants in the world." Bolic Sound eventually burnt to the ground under mysterious circumstances, but not before Ike produced a plethora of tracks for himself and Tina Turner. SUNSET BLVD RECORDS
IKE & TINA TURNER - BOLIC SOUND SESSIONS - Following the success of Ike & Tina Turner, Turner had the finances to create his own recording studio which he called Bolic Sound. The name Bolic derived from the maiden name of his then wife Tina Turner (née Bullock). The studio was previously a furniture store which Turner bought as a shell and had it fully renovated. The facilities began being used for Turner productions in 1970 before opening for business in March 1972. Billboard magazine described Bolic Sound as "one of the most ornate recording plants in the world." Bolic Sound eventually burnt to the ground under mysterious circumstances, but not before Ike produced a plethora of tracks for himself and Tina Turner. SUNSET BLVD RECORDS
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Bolic Sound Sessions
Artist: Ike Turner & Tina
Format: CD
New: In Print Available to Order $28.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Trying To Find My Mind
2. Shake
3. I Idolize You (Bolic Studio Long Version)
4. Why I Sing The Blues
5. River Deep-Mountain High (Version #3)
6. Honey Child I'm Over You
7. Living For The City (Version #2)
8. Stormy Weather
9. Don't Fight It (Feel It) / Knock On Wood
10. There's Nothing I Wouldn't Do
11. Proud Mary (Bolic Version #2)
12. I've Got A Man
13. A Fool In Love (Bolic Studio Version)
14. You Took A Trip
15. You're Up To Something
16. I Had A Notion
17. No More Lovin'
18. You Paid Me Back With My Own Coins
19. Gimme Some Lovin'
20. You Can't Have Your Cake And Eat It Too (Ike Vocal)
21. I've Got My Mojo Working
22. Baby, Get It On
23. I Can't Believe What You Are Saying
24. Another Day
25. Don't Look Back
26. What You Don't See (Is Better Yet) (Live)
27. She Came In Through The Bathroom Window (live)
28. Get Back (Live)
29. River Deep Mountain High (Live)
30. Come Together (Live)
31. A Fool For You (Live)
32. Pick Me Up (Take Me Where Your Home Is) (Live)
33. With A Little Help From My Friends (Live)
34. Honky Tonk Woman (Live)
35. Proud Mary (Live)
36. Something (Live)

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IKE & TINA TURNER - BOLIC SOUND SESSIONS - Following the success of Ike & Tina Turner, Turner had the finances to create his own recording studio which he called Bolic Sound. The name Bolic derived from the maiden name of his then wife Tina Turner (née Bullock). The studio was previously a furniture store which Turner bought as a shell and had it fully renovated. The facilities began being used for Turner productions in 1970 before opening for business in March 1972. Billboard magazine described Bolic Sound as "one of the most ornate recording plants in the world." Bolic Sound eventually burnt to the ground under mysterious circumstances, but not before Ike produced a plethora of tracks for himself and Tina Turner. SUNSET BLVD RECORDS

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