Tina Turner Songs Ranked

Tina Turner (born Anna Mae Bullock; November 26, 1939) is an American-born Swiss singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress. Known as The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Turner rose to prominence as part of the Ike & Tina Turner Revue before launching a successful career as a solo performer. Turner is noted for her energetic stage presence, powerful vocals, trademark legs, and career longevity. Having sold over 100 million records, Turner is one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. She has won 12 Grammy Awards, which include eight competitive awards, three Grammy Hall of Fame awards, and a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Turner was the first black artist and first female to cover Rolling Stone. Rolling Stone ranked her among the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. Turner has her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and the St. Louis Walk of Fame. She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Ike Turner in 1991 and is a 2005 recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors. Here are all of Tina Turner songs ranked.

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20. Two People (Break Every Rule, 1986)

“I love that song something slow and mellow. This one of my favorite songs from her. She has a beautiful powerful voice!.

19. I Don’t Wanna Fight (What’s Love Got to Do with It, 1993)

“So much beauty and emotion as expected from Tina Turner. A great track from the biopic “What’s Love Got to Do With It”. Throw in the memorable synth track, and you have a marvelous piece that really tugs on your heartstrings.”

18. It’s Only Love (Reckless, 1984)

“This one of my favorite songs from her. She has a beautifully powerful voice! Tina and her presentation of this song healed me. Tina and Bryan singing together are just one of the best thing ever!”

17. Missing You (Wildest Dreams (Expanded Version), 1996)

“In my teenage yrs, we always really got into this song.. It was the jamm for us! And of course love all her songs, she’s very powerful, skillful entertainer!”

16. Let’s Stay Together (Private Dancer, 1984)

“This has to be one of the BEST songs ever sung. ALL anyone has to do is turn it on and turn it up and listen. One of my all time favorites!”

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15. Overnight Sensation (Break Every Rule, 1986)

“Tina’s best song ever, so powerful. Hear it on the London 45 for maximum impact – it sounds like an earthquake, and Tina’s voice burns through the enormous sound”

14. Nutbush City Limit (Nutbush City Limits, 1973)

“Tina wrote this song and changed the music industry with it. The fans want and expect to hear it in every performance. This is where the fans really learn her and merge with her. The fans are able to take a real piece of Tina with them from this song. THIS IS HER SONG.”

13. I Don’t Wanna Lose You (Foreign Affair, 1989)

“This is the song that I like the most… She is so good in this song. The beats, the tune, her voice all of them just seem to perfect.. This is really a masterpiece”

12. Goldeneye (The Best of Bond…James Bond, 1992)

“Such an amazing song! The theme to one of the best James Bond movies created! Her voice in halo is so powerful yet delicate. The music complements her voice really well, and it makes it sound almost eerie, but very soothing at the same time.”

11. Typical Male (Break Every Rule, 1986)

“I just really fell in love with this song, and you know it never gets old. I just love how it makes me feel, and everyone I know loves this songs. Even all over the world.”

10. Break Every Rule (Break Every Rule, 1986)

“This song is inviting and really helps woman in the world. The moral is great and it is very catchy. And she’s so articulate without being too deep to understand with her lyrics.”

9. Steamy Windows (Foreign Affair, 1989)

“Fantastic Track, really gets you moving, if this don’t get you rocking your dead. his melodie in combo with Tina’s voice just rocks all the way and back, and back all the way.”

8. One of the Living (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, 1985)

“Tina’s BEST song in my opinion. The “other” song from Mad Max. Tina at her best! Vocally I believe she is definitely in the top 10 vocalist of our time.. Hands down”

7. Better Be Good to Me (Private Dancer, 1984)

“The voice is so movin in this song. I love the way she brings her own message and makes it relate. Every time I here this song I get tears because of how I feel. “

6. The Best (Foreign Affair, 1989)

“Clearly her best song. Catchy, Funky, Straight to the point, and has her best vocals yet, not talking about the production quality.”

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5. Proud Mary (Tina Live in Europe, 1988)

“Proud Mary and Nutbush City Limit are the ultimate Tina Turner songs (for me anyway). Funky! Try Jiving to the “rough” part of this song… Whoo! Great workout. Amazing song”

4. Private Dancer (Private Dancer, 1984)

“This song is her best till yet! The crazy beats of the song really blows off my mind! Very stylish and unique track. The video was impressive too. Amazing…”

3. River Deep, Mountain High (Tina Live in Europe, 1988)

“One of the greatest songs of all time! High energy, a wild arrangement, and one of the hugest sounds ever heard on a record, with a vocal that triumphs the massive sound and hits in all the right places. Hasn’t aged one bit. Play it LOUD!”

2. We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome) (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, 1985)

“One of my favorite songs from the 80’s. Tina showed brilliant performance and the song itself, is masterpiece. Should have won the Oscar as the Best Soundtrack Song”

1. What’s Love Got to Do with It (Private Dancer, 1984)

“The Best’ is not the best. What’s Love Got To Do With It is just fantastic! It speaks the truth! I would say ‘The Best’ although it’s used for sectarian celebrations in Scottish Football.”