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Survival and Serendipity: An Interview with Northern Soul Legend P.P. Arnold

More than 50 years after her last solo album, Northern soul legend P.P. Arnold returns with a magnum opus produced by Ocean Colour Scene's Steve Cradock. Arnold discusses this and her long musical history working with the likes of the Small Faces, Ike & Tina Turner, and the Rolling Stones.

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Imagine This Power Duo Together Again: 'Ike & Tina: On the Road: 1971-72'

Gruen and Beck's film functions as a revisionist look at this legendary duo's stormy relationship.

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...And the Men Are All the Same

Remember Tina Turner? In Pherone, creator Viktor Kalvachev delivers a tale every bit as powerful and evocative as Tina's eclipsing of the abusive Ike Turner.

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The Story of a Soul Survivor: 'Private Dancer' at 25

On the eve of Tina Turner's 70th birthday, PopMatters salutes the 25th anniversary of Private Dancer. Join us as we celebrate the making of a modern classic while David Bowie, Nona Hendryx, Janelle Monáe, Bryan Adams, and more than 20 artists and producers pay tribute to the girl form Nutbush who conquered the world stage.

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Tina Turner: Tina!

There's nothing truly wrong with Tina! -- it's just that the Acid Queen deserves better than this.

Evan Sawdey
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All You Need Is Love

Tony Palmer's compelling yet frustrating 15-hour television series on the history of popular music, originally broadcast in the 1970s, finally sees a DVD release.

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The Best Jazz of 2007

In spite of the perception of jazz as an increasingly niche market, the year's best show a style of music that remains ever youthful in its exploration of new territories, expanding its diversity and range of expression.

Will Layman
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Ike & Tina Turner: The Ike & Tina Turner Story

Definitive in nearly every possible way, The Ike and Tina Turner Story is the exclamation point on an act that bridged together rock and soul.

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Herbie Hancock: River

The great jazz pianist, with Wayne Shorter at his elbow and a list of sympathetic guest singers, makes a stunning Joni Mitchell tribute.

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