Tina Turner - Twenty Four Seven (Music CD)
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Tina Turner's first album of the 21st century continues in the vein of the
sophisticated-sounding, adult-contemporary pop that she's been churning out
since her fabled comeback from obscurity. Much like her last album, WILDEST
DREAMS, Turner borrows nuances from Bristol natives and trip-hop specialists
Massive Attack. Unlike DREAMS, Turner's choice of material here successfully
leans toward the more obscure side.
Helping her achieve this more contemporary approach is Spice Girls collaborator Absolute, whose production contributions include the infectiously airy "All the Woman" and the polite funkiness of "Without You", featuring a cameo by Bryan Adams. Elsewhere, Metro (the London team behind Cher's BELIEVE) inject a chiming guitar, squeaky-clean loops, and an ethereal sound to the female empowerment single "When the Heartache Is Over". Still a force to reckon with at the brink of 60, the former Anna Mae Bullock range hasn't faltered at all. Turner goes from transforming a previously unreleased Brothers Gibb number into a slow jam Mary J. Blige would kill for ("I Will Be There") to wrapping her voice around a lushly orchestrated number that sounds like the lovechild of Nellee Hooper and John Barry ("Go Ahead").
Whatever You Need
All The Woman
When The Heartache Is Over
Absolutely Nothings Changed
Talk To My Heart
Dont Leave Me This Way
Will Be There
Twenty Four Seven