KOSMO's VINYL of the Week:
This week we are back in the USA (probably Los Angeles) circa late 1969/early 1970 for Ike and Tina Turner's "Too Much Woman (for a Henpecked Man)", first released on their 1970 "Come Together" LP on Liberty...
"One of the opening acts for The Rolling Stones American Tour 1969 was the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. There can be no doubt that the experience left an impression on the then veteran writer/arranger/producer Ike Turner. It probably can be credited as the catalyst that brought Ike & Tina their first, post Phil Spector success. The song was first introduced to me by The Faces, who only played it live in their very early days. There's no denying Ike could be a bad man, but there is also no denying he had talent too. As for Tina - have mercy !" - KV
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