Thursday, December 31, 2009

Tina TURNER - Live in Amsterdam, Wildest Dreams Tour - DTS (Avi) 1996

Tina TURNER - Live in Amsterdam, Wildest Dreams Tour - DTS (Avi) 1996
(Not My Rip)


Wonderfully directed, Wildest Dreams Tour makes a viewer feel practically omnipresent at Tina Turner's 1996, three-night stand in the Amsterdam Arena. With camera angles seemingly coming from everywhere, the massive scope of Turner's show is put into a proper, and enjoyable, visual context, along with the star's own artful way of reaching 50,000 fans at a shot with fierce energy but an unmistakably nuanced performance. Turner's secret weapon: her voice, with its whiplash gospel, survivor's pride, and endless capacity for ecstasy. It doesn't matter if she's dancing as if her life depended on it or launching tiny ripples of erotic warmth with the barest of gestures: she still flaunts for this Dutch crowd her share of Jerry Lee Lewis's profane fire. Starting in fourth gear with "Whatever You Want," Turner takes a detour through the too-precious "Do What You Do" before time-traveling to the Phil Spector-produced "River Deep Mountain High" (featuring the star singing along with her younger self in a 1960s film clip). "In Your Wildest Dreams" is a lulling bath of sexual longing, and "GoldenEye" is pure, Bond-ian fun. The 21 tracks are heavy with past hits, none of which disappoint: "Proud Mary," "What's Love Got to Do with It." The final performance, "Something Beautiful Remains," is a hard-won epiphany.
By Tom Keogh.
01. Whatever You Want
02. Do What You Do
03. River Deep Mountain High
04. Missing You
05. In Your Wildest Dreams
06. Goldeneye
07. Private Dancer
08. We Don't Need Another Hero
09. Let's Stay Together
10. I Can't Stand The Rain
11. Undercover Agent For The Blues
12. Steamy Windows
13. Givin' It Up For Your Love
14. Better Be Good To Me
15. Addicted To Love
16. The Best
17. What's Love Got To Do With It
18. Proud Mary
19. Nutbush City Limits
20. On Silent Wings
21. Something Beautiful Remains (Bonus Track)
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