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Tina Turner (born as Anna Mae BullockNutbushTennessee26 november 1939) is a Swiss singer and actress. She had formerly the American nationality, but does this specified. [1she has the nickname Queen of Rock. In the 1960s and 1970s, she was with her then husband known as the duo Ike & Tina Turner. In the 80 's she broke through with a highly successful solo career. The singer is with 180 million sold plates the best selling female rock artist and sold the most concert tickets of all solo artists in the world. Tina Turner is known for her powerful voice and her energetic performances where they finish all its physical assets: big hair, a normal bosom and slim legs accentuated by high heels and a corset[2or miniskirt.

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[hide]*1 Biography

Biography[Edit]Edit

Youth Years[Edit]Edit

Anna Mae Bullock was born as a daughter of Floyd Richard Bullock (1912-1967), Bishop at a farm, and Zelma Currie (1918-1999). She has an older sister Alline; an older half sister was killed in a car crash in the 1940s. A recent study by American genealogists turns out they for a third European and two-thirds African American ancestors.Her early years were dominated by the many quarrels between her parents who eventually divorced when she was three years old. The children were later by their mother stored at the paternal grandmother side and later at the maternal grandmother.

As a small child sang Anna Mae in Church choirs. After school she worked as a cotton worker; a job where they had always disliked. On her twelfth she could employ as a housekeeper at a white family. Her grandmother died In 1956, after which they at mother and sister in St. Louis (Missouri) signed as a youth player.

Met In St. Louis Bullock in 1958 rock and rollpionier Ike Turner that occurred in a nightclub with his band The Kings of Rhythm. During performances it came for that girls from the audience got a chance to sing pieces. Anne Mae Bullock followed the band for weeks and eventually also got a chance. She sang the song " You Know I Love You by B.B. King. The audience was thrilled by her rough and powerful voice. Ike decided Anne Mae, who was on the high school sat, to use as a backup singer.

Ike had scouted talent more often, but once they were successful, they left him all. Anna Mae promised never to do this and they got a strong bond of friendship. At the time, got the 18-year-old Bullock an affair with Ikes saxophonist Raymond Hill. In 1959 from this little son Raymond Craig Turner, who became the last name was born. Earlier that year, Anna Mae of high school leaving her nothing more got in the way to get to the band.

1960-1976: Ike & Tina Turner[Edit]Edit

Meanwhile, Ike and Anna Mae had a relationship and she was pregnant. Around that time, she recorded her first single on: (A) Fool in Love. Originally it was not written by Ike number for Bullock, but she sang the number because the original singer did not turn up. The single was released under the stage name Ike & Tina Turner. Ike changed her stage name outside TINA's know to. A Fool in Love was a hit in 1960: No. 28 in the U.s. Billboard Hot 100 and no. 2 in the Billboard Hot R & B Top.

Driven by the success of their first single wanted Ike touringacross America. The pregnant Turner had no ears to here. This answer not Ike and he hit Tina after which she consented. This was the beginning of an ever-increasing degree of Tina's abuse by Ike. The first television appearance of Ike & Tina Turner came when Turner was nine months pregnant. Soon after, in October 1960, son Ronald Ronell was born. The couple married in MexicoIn 1962. The two sons from previous relationships of Ike were also raised by Tina, because he and his former wives barely omkeken to the children.

The success of their debut single was quickly surpassed by the number it's Gonna Work Out Fine, released in 1961. This single came to 14 in the Billboard Hot 100, was also no. 2 in the American r & b-top and was even nominated for a Grammy. Then it became single success less. Despite this, the duo was called a true attraction in America because of their explosive live performances. Ike & Tina gave concerts in the United States with three backing singers, The Ikettes, and a band that the Revue was called. To complete the picture make wild one Tina's hair bleaching, but due to a error of a Hairdresser she got affected by temporary hair loss making them a wig to wear. The audience found this new look great and since then enters Turner usually on with a wig.

During one of their performances the duo were spotted by producer Phil Spector. He was so impressed with Turner that he wanted to record a single with her. The singer learned from Spector better with her voice to go and got a greater vocal range. The result of the collaboration was the popsingle River Deep, Mountain High. The single flopped in America, but in Europe, on the other hand, was the number one hit (among other no. 3 in England and no. 9 in Netherlands). Nowadays, the number as evergreen. As a result of this success in England were Ike & Tina Turner in 1968 by The Rolling Stones asked for their European for to fill program. This meant the big break by Ike & Tina Turner in Europe. Turner inspired Mick Jagger even with her moves on stage and now was known as the one who the Rolling Stones singer learned dances.

The end of the 1960s continued success with its own repertoire. More and more often by her husband Ike Turner was mistreated. Eventually they both financially and emotionally to face almost completely under its control. In addition, there are also other relations Ike kept on after. In 1968 they became pregnant at the same time as a background singer of Ike, after which Turner let commit abortion . Around this time, Ike became addicted to cocainewhich was the mistreatment of Turner ever more violent. In later interviews says Turner that they got absolutely no freedom of her then-husband and actually both mentally and physically tortured by him. At the end of 1968 did Turner a suicide attempt by swallowing 50 valium tablets.

In 1971 rewrote the song Proud MaryIke. This was the biggest hit for Ike & Tina Turner (among other no. 4 in u.s., no. 6 in Netherlands and no. 8 in England). The following year they also won a Grammy Award for Proud Mary. The duo had their last big hit In 1973: Nutbush City Limits (among other no. 22 in the us, no. 4 in the UK and no. 2 in Germany). This song was written by Tina Turner and goes about her place of birth.

1976-1978: separation[Edit]Edit

In the early 1970s opened Ike a private music studio, with which he produced a solo album for Tina flopped. With the permission of Ike for the first time his wife also appeared solo on television. In addition, she also acted as the Acid Queen in the 1975 musical film Tommy , in which also played Elton John among others.

Meanwhile took to the mistreatment of Turner. She was beaten by her husband that it is often so hard that her jaw or nose got broken. In July 1976, shortly before the start of a new tour, Turner had first found the courage to fight back. In her own words, she got this power from her Buddhist faith, which they themselves had converted several years earlier. They escaped the same day their hotel room and phoned a friend from another hotel where they could.

After a long procedure was the marriage annulled on March 28, 1978. Ike should keep everything, the only thing that Tina wanted was retaining her stage name. Their four children (two of whom from the earlier relations of Ike) were sent by Ike to Tina. After their separation, they encountered each other at some occasions but have never exchanged a Word. Turner says in interviews that she has forgiven though Ike.

Because they have no money got there had to be worked hard at the separation in order to live. After two solo albums record company flopten was no more interested in Turner. She borrowed money from a friend that was invested in a strap, with which Turner went occur at parties and in hotels. The singer gave shows with old Ike & Tina-numbers and covered discohits.

1979-1984: breakthrough as a solo artist[Edit]Edit

The Americans have long had to nothing by the ex-wife of Ike Turner, who around that time for illegal drug possession in prison. In Europe, on the other hand, Turner still had the reputation as a great live entertainer and she regularly gave sold-out concerts and television appearances. In 1979, her manager Roger Davis and the helm was reversed to real rock music. Davis knew that Tina Turner could occur in the prominent Ritz club in New York City. Here scoffed Rod Stewart in 1982 as her guest, with whom she should occur during the L.A. Forum- Absolutely Live-concert of the tour. Turner and Stewart have since remained friends. The Rolling Stones also saw Turner and invited her out for some programs to fill their new tour. Also David Bowie, which Turner his favorite female artist calls, saw her performance at the Ritz, along with people of his record label. By the enthusiastic response of large, mainly British, stars were European record companies interested in the now 43-year-old singer.

Eventually Capitol Records record label was willing to include a song by Turner. This was a cover of Al GreenLet's Stay Together, which was released in november 1983. The number hit especially well in England and the Netherlands, where the sixth and fourth place respectively in the charts. In later interviews praised Turner the Dutch public because of their enthusiastic response to this number when they toured in Europe in early 1984. They reported that the Dutch public then for the first time a song was singing at a concert with her. Let's Stay Together was originally not released in the us, but after thousands of import copies also deserves thanks for having apologised, the single in the US released. The result was a number one hit in the u.s. Billboard Hot Dance Club Chart and the u.s. Billboard Hot 100 position 26 in. Early 1984 became theBeatles-cover released Help! , which also did well in the Netherlands.

By the success of the single, Turner wanted to record an album with Capitol Records. The first single of this album was issued was What's Love Got to do With It. Turners manager forced the record label to promote the single well, after which the song began a slow rise to the top. Eventually it became a number one hit on the u.s. Billboard Hot 100 and in England, Canada and Australia. Tina Turner became the oldest female artist with a no. 1 hit in America. In many European countries the single came in the top-5, even though it's in Netherlands on position 15 got stuck.

1985-1990: growth of the success[Edit]Edit

[1][2]Tina during a show in Norway, 1985

There soon followed a Private Danceralbum:, that within a month's time in England was recorded. It was released in February 1985 and came in many countries in the top 3. In the us, the album was five times Platinum. This album has sold more than 12 million times worldwide (although some sources indicate twenty million). Successful singles that were picked up later from this album were "Better Be Good To Me" (among other things good for a Grammy and no. 5 in America) and "Private Dancer" (among other no. 4 in Netherlands and no. 7 in America). Turner at the annual Grammy Awards in 1985 four Grammy Awards for this album. This comeback gave her the nickname Queen of Rock.From February to december 1985 followed a worldwide tour to promote the album Private Dancer . The singer performed during the Private Dancer Tour 171 time time on in Europe, Australia, the US and Japan. Tina Turner performed twice in the Rotterdam Ahoy and gave to one concert at the forest national Brussels. Between the tour she did,Live Aid in July 1985, on a duet with Mick Jagger. She was also featured on the single "We Are The World" by USA for Africa.

In addition, Turner starred in 1985 as Aunty Entity with Mel Gibson in the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. Her acting performance was praised and the singer obtained the American Awart NAACP Image for Outstanding Actress. The title song of the film, "We Don't Need Another Hero", was sung by Turner. It became a worldwide hit (No. 2 in USA, no. 3 in England and a Grammy nomination). A second soundtrack, One of The Living, earned her a Grammy and became a top 10 hit in several countries, including Netherlands.

In 1986, she published her autobiographyI, Tina. She told about her life and in particular the violent marriage with Ike. The singer said to have written the book for the avoidance of doubt about himself from the world, to help and because they prefer not to want to have more about Ike in interviews.

The successor was her comeback album Break Every Rule, that was released in January 1986. Of these were eventually sold nine million copies. The biggest hit from the album was "Typical Male" (among other no. 2 in the u.s.). In addition, the single "Two People" a number one hit in Spain and for "Back Where You Started" Turner received a Grammy Award. The associated Break Every Rule Tour lasted from March 1987 to March 1988. The rock singer during this tour gave a total of 176 concerts in Europe, South America, North America, Australia and Japan. On 16 January 1988 was Turner in the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro for an audience of approximately 185,000 people, at that time the world record. In addition, five concerts in Ahoy Rotterdam in Netherlands: four times and a concert in the town's park in Nijmegen. In Belgium was twice occurred: in the Antwerp Sports Palace and at the airport in Ostend. During the tour by trad Turner on during the Prince's Trust concert in 1987 where she sang a duet with Paul McCartney among other things.

Throughout her career, Tina Turner recorded several duets. The most successful were "it's Only Love" with Bryan Adamsfrom 1985, for which they were nominated for a Grammy. In 1988, the single "Tonight" withDavid Bowie a number 1 hit in the Netherlands. Another big hit was the 1990 released cover version of "It Takes Two" with Rod Stewart, which is mainly a European hit was (among other no. 3 in Germany, no. 5 Netherlands and England).

The third studio album by Turner was Foreign Affair, which appeared in september 1989. This was especially a success in Europe, where it was the number one in England, Germany, albumcharts SwitzerlandAustriaand SwedenForeign Affair sold disappointing in the us, but in spite of this, there were still six million units sold worldwide. On this album was the song "(Simply) The Best", that in most European countries was a top 5 hit, including Netherlands and England.

The Foreign Affair Tour followed from april to november 1990 authorizing 121 shows in Europe were given (other continents were unaffected). It was very successful and they improved tour records that were set by the Rolling Stones. The Foreign Affair Tour began with two concerts at the Antwerp Sportpaleis. Given seven concerts in Netherlands, among other things in the Feijenoord StadiumStadion galgenwaard and Thialf.The tour ended on 4 november in Rotterdam. This was world news because the 50-year Turner announced that this may be her last tour would be.

1990-1994: rest pause[Edit]Edit

In the mid-1980s Tina Turner often called the hardest working woman in Showbiz . From 1990 she went to do. There was little new music out. In 1991 was released the compilation album Simply the Best . In Europe alone, there were six million copies sold. In America the album did less well. In Netherlands was this compilation album number 1 in the Album top 100.

In 1993 the film What's Love Got to do With It about the life of Tina Turner. Special attention was given to the violent marriage with Ike. Actors Angela Bassett and Laurence Fishburne, who played Ike and Tina, were nominated at the Academy Awards because of their acting performance. Tina Turner also provided assistance to the film and sang several old numbers again. The soundtrack I Don't Wanna Fight was a major u.s. hit (among other no. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, no. 7 in England). To promote the soundtrack Turner went on tour again. This What's Love Tour was almost a copy of the European Foreign Affair Tour, three years earlier. Between June 1993 and november 1993 were 69 concerts given, almost all in North America.

1995-2000: Comeback[Edit]Edit

In 1995 the Queen of Rock sang the title song for GoldeneyeJames Bondmovie of the same name. This was a hit in many countries (among other no. 7 in England and no. 3 France). The now fifty-five-year-old singer went into the studio again and made a new album, Wildest Dreams, which was released in april 1996. The two most successful singles from the album were Whatever You Want (among other top 10 hit in Spain, Poland, Italy and Finland, no. 18 in Netherlands, no. 23 in England and no. 26 in Flanders) and the John Waites cover Missing You (No. 9 in France, no. 12 in England). The album was promoted by the longest and most successful concert tour by Tina Turner. The Wildest Dreams Tour was already sold out before the album was released. This tour lasted from april 1996 to August 1997. In total there were 250 concerts in Europe, Australia, North America and South Africa; at the time, the record number of appearances for a tour. She performed eight times in Ahoy Rotterdam and allowed them three nights in a row at a sold-out, then new, Amsterdam ArenA. In Belgium she broke all records; never had an artist lured so many audience, she played eleven times in a sold out to Flanders Expo Ghent, good for 140,000 people. One of the concerts in Amsterdam was recorded and later released on video and dvd.

The duet Cose Della Vita was in 1998 with Italian singer Eros Ramazzotti included. This was a European hit (among other no. 4 in Germany, Netherlands and no. 8 in Wallonia No. 21 in Flanders).

In 1999 she did a performance with Elton John and her friend Cher at Divas Live ' 99.

In October 1999 brought Turner her last album, Twenty Four Seven. The only successful single of this album came was When The Heartache Is Over (among other no. 3 in Finland, no. 10 in England, no. 17 in Flanders). Tina Turner announced In 2000, now sixty years old, her latest world tour: the Twenty Four Seven Millennium Tour 2000. This lasted from March to december 2000. There were 116 concerts in Europe and North America. One of the performances was on 18 July in the city park in Groningen for 65,000 people. For John Fogerty performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival on. he sang his song-solo- Proud Mary. On 25 July she took leave of the Belgian public: on the meadow of Werchter to 70,000 people gathered to see Tina Turner one last time.

2000-2007: rest pause[Edit]Edit

It was quiet for a long time Tina Turner. In 2005, a compilation album released. Her new album All The Best appeared in February 2005 with a collection of her best songs, but also her new single Open Arms, which was a modest hit in many countries (among other no. 25 in England), and Great Spirits from the Walt Disney Picturesmovie Brother Bear, where they worked two years earlier. The album All The Best did it well and came all over the world in America on number 2 of the albumcharts rightly so. In Flanders it came to no. 3.

Turner also starred in the film The Goddess, but the shots, however, was discontinued because of the death of producer Ismail Merchant. In september 2005 the film All the invisible children went in Premiere inVenice. Together with the Italian singer Elisa Turner sang the title song Teach me again, which was a number 1 hit in Italy. All proceeds from Teach me again for the World Food Programme by UNICEF.

It was also known that Turner in september 2005 the prestigious Kennedy Award, a distinction that artists can get for their life's work, received. On 4 december 2005, on the occasion of the award ceremony a gala reception in the opera house of the Kennedy Center. President Bush received Turner on the White House. It was for the 28th time the prizes were awarded. Oprah Winfrey, who among other things is a big fan, andBeyoncé, which Turner her biggest musical inspiration source mentioned, honored her.

In 2006 and 2007, there were rumors of a new album of Turner. She appeared only during the Bedrock Ball in the Natural History Museum (London), on May 18, 2007: Turner gave here a medley of her most famous songs during a benefit concert there. The Queen of Rock also appears as gastvocaliste on a concert of Little Richard and on albums by Santana ("Game of Love", however not published on the ultimate Edition) and Herbie Hancock ("Edith and the Kingpin" on River: The Joni Letters).

On 12 december 2007 her ex-husband Ike Turner died at the age of 76 from an overdose of cocaine.

2008-2009: Comeback[Edit]Edit

In February 2008 Turner gave a performance at the presentation of the Grammy's, first solo and then she sang "Proud Mary" with Beyoncé.

During a special recording of the Oprah Winfrey Show in Las Vegas she performed among other things on with Cher. Turner announced a new tour, which began on October 1, 2008 in Kansas in the u.s. State ofMissouri. Actress Sophia Loren has persuaded her to enter the stage one last time. [3at the same time, with the start of the new tour appeared a new hits compilation album of gymnasts. On this album, called Tina!are also two new songs.

The European part of the Tina! 50th Anniversary Tour began on 14 January 2009 in Cologne in Germany. [4On 22 and 23 January 2009 she performed in the Antwerp Sports Palace and on March 21, 2009 Turner came to the GelreDomeArnhem. [5Because these concerts were sold out within a few hours, were later added more data. On 11 and 12 February and 30 april, extra shows in Antwerp on 22 March and 2 May and two extra concerts in Arnhem. Two concerts in England were cancelled because of flu and voice problems; These were replaced on 3 and 5 May. In september 2009 the concert dvd of her last tour. Filming took place during the first two appearances in GelreDome in Arnhem. In total gave the 71-year-old Queen of Rock 108 concerts during its 50th Anniversary Tour. Later that year came the spiritual album from Beyond , a collaboration between Dechen Shak Dagsay and Regula Curti, Turner. The album just came out in Germany, Austria, South Korea and Switzerland, where it was a great success. In 2010, the album was also released in the United States. After the success of "Beyond" came in 2011 their second CD "Children Beyond" out. The ladies sing on "Children Beyond" along with 30 children musical prayers of the five major world religions.Purpose of this Charity project, of which the revenue flow to the respective foundations of the three singers, is to promote peace and tolerance between people and in particular the Interfaith society. In may 2014 comes the third album "Love Within" out.

Private[Edit]Edit

Tina Turner currently resides in Switzerland at Zurich in Küsnacht and got on 22 april 2013 the Swiss nationality. [6[7it is relatively little in the us. She lives together with the German Ernst Bach that fifteen years younger than they are and with whom she has a relationship since the 80 's. In 2013, she announced that she is engaged to Bach. [8Bach and Turner were married on 21 July 2013. [9[10On 24 October 2013 she has her American nationality officially specified and they now only the Swiss nationality. [1]

Discography[Edit]Edit

Albums[Edit]Edit

Album (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Album Top 100

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Workin' Together 1971 03-04-1971 7 24 with Ike Turner
Tina Turner turns the country on 1974 -
Acid Queen 1975 -
Rough 1978 -
Love Explosion 1979 -
Private Dancer 1984 09-06-1984 3 56
Break Every Rule 1986 20-09-1986 2 35 Gold (En)
Tina Live in Europe 1988 02-04-1988 2 40 Live Album Platinum (NL)
Foreign Affair 1989 30-09-1989 6 47 Platinum (NL)
Simply The Best 1991 19-10-1991 3 62 Compilation album Platinum (NL)
What's Love Got To Do With It 1993 19-06-1993 11 29 Compilation album/ Soundtrack
The Collected Recordings 1994 -
Wildest Dreams 1996 13-04-1996 5 51 Platinum (NL)
Twenty Four Seven 1999 06-11-1999 24 21
VH-1 Divas Live/99 1999 06-11-1999 41 12 with Whitney HoustonCher & Brandy
All The Best 2004 06-11-2004 7 30 Compilation album, Gold (En)
Platinum collection 2009 28-02-2009 9 13 Compilation album
Tina Live 25-09-2009 03-10-2009 3 17 Live Album
Album (s) with chart positions in

the Flemish Ultratop 200 albums

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Simply The Best 1991 23-03-1996 23 21 Compilation album
Wildest Dreams 1996 13-04-1996 3 47
Twenty Four Seven 1999 13-11-1999 9 15
All The Best 2004 06-11-2004 5 40 Compilation album
Tina! 2008 18-10-2008 13 24 Compilation album/ Gold
Platinum collection 2009 07-03-2009 36 12 Compilation album
Tina Live 2009 03-10-2009 18 8 Live Album

Singles[Edit]Edit

Single (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Top 40

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
River Deep Mountain High 1966 02-07-1966 9 9 with Ike Turner /Nr. 9 in the Single Top 100
A Love Like Yours 1966 26-11-1966 38 1 with Ike Turner
River Deep Mountain High 1969 29-03-1969 10 8 with Ike Turner
The Hunter 1969 30-08-1969 tip - with Ike Turner
Proud Mary 1971 27-02-1971 6 18 with Ike Turner/no. 5 in the Single Top 100
Ooh Pooh Pah Doo 1971 24-07-1971 tip17 - with Ike Turner
I've Been Loving You Too Long 1971 16-10-1971 36 3 with Ike Turner
Nutbush City Limits 1974 16-03-1974 tip17 - with Ike Turner
Baby Get It On 1975 23-08-1975 9 8 with Ike Turner/Nr. 9 in the Single Top 100
Delilah's Power 1975 08-11-1975 tip13 - with Ike Turner
Nutbush City Limits 1978 12-08-1978 12 9 with Ike Turner/ Alarm drive /

No. 12 in the Single Top 100

Baby Get It On 1978 28-10-1978 tip2 - with Ike Turner
Shame shame shame 1982 - with Ike Turner/no. 47 in the Single Top 100
Let's stay together 1983 17-12-1983 4 8 No. 5 in the Single Top 100
Help 1984 10-03-1984 18 5 No. 14 in the Single Top 100
What's Love Got to do With It 1984 08-09-1984 15 7 No. 10 in the Single Top 100
Private Dancer 1984 20-10-1984 4 10 No. 4 in the Single Top 100
Tonight 1984 24-11-1984 tip7 - with David Bowie
Better Be Good to Me 1985 26-01-1985 36 3 No. 22 in the Single Top 100
We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome) 1985 20-07-1985 7 12 No. 7 in the Single Top 100
One Of The Living 1985 19-10-1985 10 7 Alarm disc/Nr 13 in the Single Top 100
It's Only Love 1985 16-11-1985 20 6 Bryan Adams /Alarm with drive/

No. 21 in the Single Top 100

Typical Male 1986 06-09-1986 8 10 No. 14 in the Single Top 100
Two People 1986 15-11-1986 22 4 No. 20 in the Single Top 100
Girls 1987 28-02-1987 16 6 No. 19 in the Single Top 100
Tearing Us Apart 1987 22-08-1987 29 4 with Eric Clapton /No. 30 in the Single Top 100
Addicted To Love (Live) 1988 02-04-1988 19 5 No. 28 in the Single Top 100
Tonight (Live) 1988 24-12-1988 1 (4wk) 13 with David Bowie, gold (NL)/

No. 1 in the Single Top 100

634 5789 (Live) 1989 18-03-1989 15 6 with Robert Cray /No. 14 in the Single Top 100
The Best 1989 26-08-1989 5 11 Alarm disc/no. 7 in the Single Top 100
Steamy Windows 1989 02-12-1989 17 5 No. 16 in the Single Top 100
I Don't Wanna Lose You 1990 24-02-1990 24 5 No. 24 in the Single Top 100
Foreign affair 1990 - No. 55 in the Single Top 100
Be Tender with Me Baby 1990 20-10-1990 ice skater - No. 35 in the Single Top 100
It Takes Two 1990 24-11-1990 3 8 with Rod Stewart /No. 3 in the Single Top 100
Nutbush City Limits 1991 19-10-1991 11 8 New version/no 15 in the Single Top 100
Way of the World 1992 04-01-1992 16 6 No. 15 in the Single Top 100
Love Thing 1992 21-03-1992 36 3 No. 41 in the Single Top 100
I Don't Wanna Fight 1993 29-05-1993 18 9 No. 14 in the Single Top 100
Disco inferno 1993 06-11-1993 16 6 Alarm disc/no. 17 in the Single Top 100
Goldeneye 1995 18-11-1995 14 11 No. 17 in the Single Top 100
Whatever You Want 1996 16-03-1996 23 4 Alarm disc/no. 18 in the Single Top 100
On Silent Wings 1996 25-05-1996 tip5 - No. 37 in the Single Top 100
Missing You 1996 10-08-1996 tip16 -
In Your Wildest Dreams 1996 07-12-1996 tip19 - with Barry White /No. 77 in the Single Top 100
Cose Della Vita (Can't stop thinking of you) 1998 24-01-1998 4 15 with Eros Ramazzotti /Alarm disc/

No. 4 in the Single Top 100

When the Heartache Is Over 1999 23-10-1999 18 7 No. 23 in the Single Top 100
Whatever You Need 2000 05-02-2000 tip20 - No. 72 in the Single Top 100
Open arms 2004 - No. 54 in the Single Top 100
Single (s) with chart positions

in the Flemish Ultratop 50

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Goldeneye 25-11-1995 9 19
Whatever You Want 23-03-1996 26 6
On Silent Wings 08-06-1996 36 7
In Your Wildest Dreams 30-11-1996 18 13 with Barry White
Cose Della Vita (Can't stop thinking of you) 24-01-1998 21 11 with Eros Ramazzotti
When the Heartache Is Over 23-10-1999 17 12
Open Arms 2004 30-10-2004 tip5 -
I'm Ready 2008 13-12-2008 tip20 -

Radio 2 Top 2000[Edit]Edit

Number (s) with markings

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
Cose della vita (with Eros Ramazzotti) 590 - - 681 844 918 848 1007 1199 994 1313 1083 1238 1193 1395
It's only love (with Bryan Adams) 814 - - 1462 1840 1511 1781 - - - - - - - -
Let's stay together - - - - - - - - 1981 - - - - - -
Nutbush city limits (with Ike Turner) 818 889 701 993 1405 941 1232 1152 1374 1166 1539 1415 1421 1147 1175
Private dancer 196 355 475 371 322 340 319 394 533 384 473 479 516 881 701
Proud Mary (with Ike Turner) 141 132 168 144 136 114 139 139 223 138 205 193 182 225 224
River deep mountain high (with Ike Turner) 269 483 417 335 398 271 372 238 489 331 511 435 437 523 462
The best 265 240 376 343 290 250 335 286 447 318 437 450 528 511 635
Tonight (live) (with David Bowie) 354 458 647 670 592 444 494 441 458 463 685 609 703 863 783
We don't need another hero - - 1552 1237 1186 1367 1661 1854 1842 1634 - 1958 - - -
What's love got to do with it 552 1302 1049 1654 1141 878 1131 1265 1605 1224 1536 1529 1615 - 1724

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Dvds with chart positions in

the DVD Top 30

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest 

position

Number Of 

weeks

Comments
One last time live in concert 2002 16-11-2002 25 3
Simply the best-The video collection 2002 21-12-2002 26 1
Live in Amsterdam-Wildest dreams tour 2002 04-01-2003 28 1
All the best-The live collection 2005 12-06-2005 2 23
One last time live in concert/Celebrate! -The best of 2014 29-03-2014 21 3

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