What’s Love Got to Do with It is the eighth solo album by Tina Turner, released on Parlophone in 1993. It was the soundtrack album for the 1993 Tina Turner biographical film What’s Love Got to Do with It, which was released by Touchstone Pictures the same year.
Turner re-recorded many of her songs from the Ike and Tina Turner period for this album including their first hit single “A Fool in Love”. Three brand new tracks were also included, “I Don’t Wanna Fight” being a top 10 hit in both the US and UK The album also includes Turner’s version of The Trammps’ disco classic “Disco Inferno”, a song she had often performed live in concert during the late 1970s, but was never previously recorded in studio. Two tracks from her 1984 breakthrough solo album Private Dancer are included as well, the title track to the movie and “I Might Have Been Queen”. The album hit #1 on the UK Albums Chart and was certified platinum in various countries including the US, the UK, Switzerland and New Zealand.
The US version of the album omits two tracks; “Shake a Tail Feather” and “Tina’s Wish”.
|1||I Don’t Wanna Fight||6:09|
|2||Rock Me Baby||3:59|
|4||Why Must We Wait Until Tonight||5:55|
|5||Nutbush City Limits||3:19|
|6||(Darlin’) You Know I Love You||4:29|
|8||A Fool In Love||2:56|
|9||It’s Gonna Work Out Fine||2:50|
|11||I Might Have Been Queen||4:21|
|12||What’s Love Got To Do With It||3:49|
|Hammond Organ||Robbie King|
|Background Vocals||Sharon Brown|
|Background Vocals||Jean McClain|
|Background Vocals||Jacquelyn Gouche|
|Background Vocals||Cy Curnin|
|Background Vocals||Tessa Niles|
|Background Vocals||James Ralston|
|Background Vocals||Terry Britten|
|Background Vocals||Steve DuBerry|