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I Tina Tina Turner s is the most fascinating true story in show business From Nut Bush Tennessee to Hollywood stardom Ike s Kings of Rhythm to onstage with Mick Jagger and the Stones the lowest lows to the

  • Title: I, Tina
  • Author: Tina Turner Kurt Loder
  • ISBN: 9780688059491
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tina Turner s is the most fascinating true story in show business From Nut Bush, Tennessee, to Hollywood stardom Ike s Kings of Rhythm to onstage with Mick Jagger and the Stones the lowest lows to the highest highs, Tina has seen, done, suffered and survived it all And in her spectacular bestseller I, TINA, she tells it like it really is

    Tina The Musical Official Stage Musical The official stage musical of music legend Tina Turner is NOW ON SALE. Tina Turner Early life Tina Turner was born Anna Mae Bullock on November , , in Nutbush, Tennessee, the daughter of Zelma Priscilla ne Currie and Floyd Richard Bullock She was born at Poindexter Farm on Highway , where her father worked as an overseer of the sharecroppers She is of African American descent, with approximately % European and % Native American ancestry. TINA TI SPICE Based Analog Simulation Program TI TINA TI provides all the conventional DC, transient and frequency domain analysis of SPICE and much TINA has extensive post processing capability that allows you to format results the way you want them Virtual instruments allow you to select input waveforms and probe circuit nodes voltages TINA TURNER LOVE SONGS A collection of the finest songs about love, exploring both its joys and heartaches, with Tina s powerful voice. Tina Fey Elizabeth Stamatina Tina Fey f e born May , is an American actress, comedian, writer, producer, and playwright.She is best known for her work on the NBC sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live and for creating the acclaimed comedy series Rock and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt present Fey is also known for her work in film, with starring Tina Knowles mstinalawson Instagram photos and videos .m Followers, Following, , Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Tina Knowles mstinalawson Home Tina McVeigh, Bridge Online House of Cards Welcome to my site I am lucky enough to teach and play the best game in the world Come and see us at the House of Cards in Christchurch We pride ourselves on Bossypants Tina Fey Books Bossypants Tina Fey on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Before Liz Lemon, before Weekend Update, before Sarah Palin, Tina Fey was just a young girl with a dream a recurring stress dream that she was being chased through a local airport by her middle school gym teacher She also had a dream that one day she would be a comedian on TV. My Father s Daughter A Memoir Tina Sinatra, Jeff Coplon Beautifully written, at times painfully honest, tribute to a brilliant saloon singer and father I loved this book and believe Tina s written words perfectly reflect this man s raw determination, drive and will to leave this world a far better place than he found it. Tony n Tina s Wedding Chicago Show Extended Indefinitely Just like a real wedding only funnier Chicago Tribune Tony n Tina s Wedding is a one of a kind night of entertainment an immersive comedy show staged as an evening of nuptials for two Italian American families It invites the audience to actively READ MORE

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    1. 4.ashante! on said:

      "Eat the cake anime!" This is one of the funniest quotes from the book I, Tina. I, Tina is one of the few books I have read in my spare time out of boredom. Surprisingly, I enjoyed this book so much that I then went out my way to see the movie. The movie was just as amazing as the book itself. The fact that this book was non-fiction, made me enjoy it because I only like fictional books to a certain extent. The humor and sorrow played out well in I, Tina because it made me think and at the same t [...]

    2. Rebecca McNutt on said:

      I'm not really aware too much of Tina Turner's work (although I've heard a few of her songs). That being said, this book introduces readers to a lot more than just her career, and it's a surprisingly well-written memoir.

    3. Nicole Aline on said:

      A remarkable story that I would recommend to any woman, whether they like her music or not. I never knew much about her and did not grow up with her music but her book made me look at her in a completely different way. I couldn't believe just how much she was able to live through and come out a stronger woman for. A very inspiring story about a incredibly courageous woman.

    4. Jean Marie Angelo on said:

      Tina Turner. She's simply the best. Better than all the rest.That voice, those dance moves — will we ever see anyone like her again?This book came to me by way of one of my book clubs. We wanted to focus on womens' stories for a while. It is an unusal approach in that parts are written in Tina's own words, other parts are narrative provided by music journalist Kurt Loder, and interviews with others in Tina's life. The latter includes direct comments from her abusive ex — Ike Turner — and [...]

    5. Kimberly Hicks on said:

      WOWWWWWWW! I want to be like Tina when I finally grow up! This sista went through some horrible things, but my goodness, she pulled through. If you haven't read this book, what the heck are you waiting for? I loved her story, and she is so beautiful! I love to read about people's lives and how they got to be where they are or were!

    6. Mary Alice on said:

      I read this years ago when it came out in 1986. Saw it at the library last week and started reading and could not put it down. It is still that good. :)

    7. Erin O'Riordan on said:

      It took an immense amount of courage for Turner to tell her deeply personal story of abuse, release and ultimate triumph. She does not shy away from things that she did wrong and her own responsibility in her circumstances, which is very brave because obviously, she was a victim of domestic violence over a long period of time. She obviously has a very strong nurturing/mothering instinct that's not immediately apparent if you only know her stage persona. She's a role model for overcoming, though, [...]

    8. Tony on said:

      This one is probably a better read to someone who's a fan. The timeline of Tina's life is a bit jumpy on this one and I guess the storytelling could be a little more compelling. I thought there might be a lot lost in translation since I read this in finnish; just have that sense that this especially is one of those books you should read in the language it was written.Nice little book though which paints a picture rather well what Anna Mae Bullock's - and later Tina Turner's life has been like (s [...]

    9. Anne Dodge on said:

      Don't scoff at this because it's written "with Kurt Loder" - may I remind you, he's a journalist? Anyway this book kind of blew me away - it's the story you already know about Ike and Tina, but much more fun to read than to watch reconstructed in the lifetime-esque "What's Love Got to Do With It" which didn't quite capture the intensity of Tina's talent (because what can?) Plus, her voice really comes through in this book, told in chunks of interviews with Tina and others from her life. I had no [...]

    10. Teri on said:

      I didn't know there was a book until after I saw the movie (What's Love Got to Do With It). While the scenes of the movie are good, compared to the book they are exaggerated.Anywho, this book is written very much like the transcript of a documentary. Various interviews, random stories, not much of the journey you might look for in an autobiography. The years just pedal along but through her reltionship with Ike, that's what her life seemed to do. It starts off slow and stays that way until Tina [...]

    11. Bettye McKee on said:

      I haven't always been a Tina Turner fan, so I was a little dubious about reading her story.And what a story it is! Little Anna Mae has climbed to the top of the heap all by herself and showed us what a classy lady she is.The book prepared me for the movie, "What's Love Got to Do With It?" which, although incomplete, was a very enlightening expose' of Tina's struggles and the development of her wonderful talent. She is now a superstar in her own right and could still be wearing her crown if she s [...]

    12. Michelle Jackson on said:

      After seeing What's Love Got to Do with It? reading this book was a must though I was extremely surprised by the book's layout. I wasn't really expecting Ike to actually be apart of the writing of the book. But either way I'm glad that Ms. Tina is free from him and free to live her life as she pleases without feeling trapped. This book is a must read for survivors and those who are still in abusive and or domestic situations!

    13. AJNels on said:

      It's an amazing and powerful story, but not a very good book. Tina's contributions were clearly dictated and are connected by passages of Loder's formal, occasionally flowery language. It feels like two books cut and pasted together. But if you can get accustomed to the disjointed style it is remarkable.

    14. Rachel on said:

      Such an amazing woman. Tina's book is as powerful as her life, her voice, her strength. She inspires me so much! I recommend this book to anyone and especially any woman going through a hard time! I couldn't put it down!

    15. Gail on said:

      I read this for a book report in Jr. High. I kid you not. Not the most stellar parental or teacher guidance but it taught this little Okie that OKC was home of the Jazz guitar, young woman that have been taken advantage of can grow up to be Queens and SQUASH their dragons.

    16. Thankful Reader on said:

      I love her even more after reading this book. Tina Turner is a true testament of determination and perseverance.

    17. Aihpos on said:

      This is a good book to pick up if you want to read about Tina Turner. She is a legend. It keeps me flipping the pages and carry on reading. Tina Turner was young and ignorant. She picked the wrong road in her life. No one to guide her. Have parents but she is as good as an orphan. Who can blame her for making BIG mistakes in life? If she didn't follow through with this guy, guess there wouldn't be a legendary Tina Turner to begin with. Many times she got beaten up badly by this guy she is with. [...]

    18. Courtney Zellars on said:

      "My message here, and I do hope that in this book there is a message for people, is: If you are unhappy with anything -- your mother, your father, your husband, your wife, your job, your boss, your car -- whatever it is bringing you down, get rid of it. Because you'll find that when you're free, your true creativity, your true self comes out.Now, you might not be able to stand that because you might find that your true selr doesn't live up to what you think you are."So muses Tina Turner in the e [...]

    19. Taylor Van Arsdale on said:

      Determination. Perseverance. Strength of character and an incredible comeback. I read Tina's story when it first came out in ‘86. I didn’t know of Tina’s early music (60s/70s)—or her history with Ike and all that she went through while with him. I only knew of her as a stellar performer, and someone who sizzled on stage during the MTV era. Her songs, “Private Dancer” and “What’s Love Got To Do With It” were all over the radio and the clubs and she was the reigning Queen of Rock [...]

    20. Amir Lomax-Osaghae on said:

      I think this was a good book and touched my heart. I liked reading about her struggle and what she went through and how she got through her problems. IT was nice knowing that not just normal people got problems even celebrities got problem.

    21. Beverly Nelson on said:

      This is an amazing book, the courage of a woman whose hold life was a struggle and the challenges she faced to stardom, one feature was her abusive husband. She had to leave him in order to make her own success as a legend in the music industry.

    22. Christina Packard on said:

      I had no idea what a hard life she had. She deserves all the fame and fortune she has. I am glad I got to know her better I always loves her singing.

    23. Annie on said:

      Ike was an evil man he put Tina through so much. She’s so amazing.

    24. Eli Kej on said:

      There is only one Tina Turner!!! And this is her story every fan needs to read

    25. Bunny on said:

      I needed a book to read while soaking my intensely hurt back in epsom salt, and this one had been in my car for awhile. It's actually been on my, "Need to read" mental list for quite a long time. I was 2 when Tina's come back hit. I vividly remember this crazy haired lady on the TV. I wasn't exactly old enough to be a fan, but I did love the video, and liked the song well enough. And in truth, I've never been a huge Tina Turner fan. The songs of hers I liked, I liked a lot. But still. Just music [...]

    26. Sam Herbert on said:

      I, Tina is the incredible story of Tina Turner's life. I didn't know anything about Tina, nor did I listen to her music, but I've been meaning to read this book for years and I'm so glad I picked it up now. Her story is astounding. There are several characters in this book who actually recount their own experiences, with a narrator, Kurt Loder, running throughout, giving snapshots of the cultures, fashions and facts of the time. Tina is brutally honest in this book, talking about her marriage wi [...]

    27. Pamela(AllHoney) on said:

      Back in 1984 I bought a cassette tape that I played over and over and over. I loved it. I knew who Tina Turner was but I didn't follow celebrity news so I was unfamiliar with all that went on with her at that time. Oh I knew about the split from Ike and I knew she lost everything when she did but that was about it. This book made me admire her more than I did before. The book itself wasn't all that awesome. Well, decent enough that I'll give it 3 stars. To Tina Turner herself I give 5 stars!

    28. Cheryl on said:

      [4.5] I just stormed through this autobiography. There were details in here that you didn't get to see in the movie (What's Love Got To Do With It?) and sadly these details were sadder and much more brutal. Normally I can't read biographies because they're too "clinical" and boring, but I definitely read this one. It had a perfect balance of music talk and the stories of her life, from the perspectives of so many people she knew. Good, solid biography - fit for a very strong woman.

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