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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tina Turner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tina Turner, often where they are interviewed.

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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Tina Turner. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Tina Turner, often where they are interviewed.

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15 Minutes of Fame - Elton John on Tina Turner being "a f**king nightmare"

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In today's episode of 15 Minutes of Fame, Barnaby reads an extract where Elton John explains why his tour with Tina Turner never happened - because she was a f**king nightmare.

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Jan 15 2021 · 6mins
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Saltamontes - Tina Turner con Herbie Hancock - 07/01/21

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Abrimos hoy Saltamontes con aires de Swing y de Stride en las manos del pianista Judy Carmichael, unos aires o estilos a los que se unen los integrantes de la Swing Machine Orchestra. El bajista Victor Wooten nos adentra en el mundo del compositor Ray Noble con el conocido "Cherokee", que también escuchamos en la interpretación del saxofonista Kamasi Washington. Recorremos la personalidad artística de Joni Mitchel a través de interpretaciones de Herbie Hancock con Tina Turner y de Madeleine Peyroux junto a K.d. Lang.

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Jan 07 2021 · 58mins

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TMT 218: Taro Gold (Tina Turner co-author)

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Happiness Becomes You is the book Tina Turner has been wanting to write for decades. A book about her 50 year Buddhist practice, specifically Nichiren Buddhism. Her dream is finally a reality and was made possible with one of its co-authors, Taro Gold (along with Regula Curti). However, Happiness Becomes You isn’t just for Buddhists; it’s for anyone who’d like to have more joy in their life. It’s also a wonderful insight into the spiritual life of the Queen of Rock and how her practice has impacted her career. Taro is a New York Times bestselling author whose titles include Open Your Mind, Open Your Life and one of Tina’s favorites, Living Wabi Sabi.

Visit Taro Gold online:                                           https://tarogold.comhttps://mobile.twitter.com/TaroGoldhttps://www.instagram.com/TaroGold

Visit Tina Turner online:                                      https://m.facebook.com/TinaTurnerhttps://mobile.twitter.com/LoveTinaTurner https://www.instagram.com/tinaturner

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Dec 01 2020 · 47mins
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Tina Turner (ft. Brandon Ash Mohammed)

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In this week’s live recording, Brandon Ash Mohammed joins the gang to GAB about his debut comedy album and PREACH! about rockstar and inventor of wigs, Ms. Tina Turner!
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Nov 09 2020 · 1hr 9mins
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Flip Wilson headlines with his most unique style of comedy. "The devil made me do it!" is Geraldine's most memorable statement.

The exciting stage presence of Tina Turner rumbles out some of the most memorable songs ever recorded.

As, Grady brings stories of various one-liners to  life. You will remember them.


Oct 17 2020 · 30mins
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Prayer Edition | Day 6 | Tina Turner

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What if you stopped performing?  What would that look like?  What would it feel like? ...to live your creed, to walk your walk, to sing your song - not for others, not for their applause or approval. Not to avoid pain or earn love - but because you were following your bliss.  What if you stopped performing and started living?  On deep purpose? With integrity.  Joy.  Who would stop loving you? What exactly would change?

The greatest privilege of this lifetime is being exactly who you are. 

So inhale... say "I am here."  Exhale...."Joy is here."

Spiritual Warrior of the Day:

Tina Turner's life defines the hero's journey and we will talk all about it on today's call. But the most heart-wrenching scene in What's Love Got to Do with It had nothing to do with Ike. No. The single, most heart-wrenching scene happened just after Tina Turner chose to die.  She took a lethal dose of pills. Then it happened.  Something too familiar.  Even in her darkest moment, she rallied herself to perform.  It was at that moment.  When she was tracing a heavy eyeliner and lost control - that we saw ourselves.  Even as we are dying inside, we are showing up, putting on face. We are standing at the ready to serve, give, earn, rally, stoke, protect, soothe, nurture, build, and love.  For so many of us, our attachment to needing to feel loved is the source of our suffering.  For Tina Turner, it nearly took her life.

And then it happened. "Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō ...Namu Myōhō Renge Kyō ....Namu Myōhō Renge Kyōooo." She decided to rally for herself.  For her life!  This is the Lotus Sutra.  Perfect because like the lotus flower, born out of the darkest scum of a pond, we have the power to transform our own lives into pure brilliance - every single moment.  What a privilege.  It is the greatest journey - and it starts with a single step toward what satisfies your soul.
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Tina Turner - Proud Mary - Live Wembley:

Thich Nhat Hanh - Walking Meditation:

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Oct 13 2020 · 53mins
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#28: Kayla Davion from Tina Turner Musical

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Kayla Davion has been in multiple Broadway shows! Including Waitress, King Kong, and Tina Turner Musical! Kayla proudly is the first woman of color to play "Dawn" in Waitress. Hope you enjoy my interview with Kayla!

Sep 10 2020 · 30mins
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#10 - River Deep — Mountain High / Ike & Tina Turner

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How does a record make us feel like we're in a vast space, one that we've never experienced, one that may not exist? In this episode, the last of the series, I look at the Phil Spector production, 'River Deep — Mountain High', performed in 1966 by Tina Turner, to explore how we hear space in music. It was a groundbreaking record in its time, costing an unprecedented amount of money to make, and it still sounds as if it's pushing at the outer limits of what can be captured on record. I'm interested in how we experience all that as listeners: how something so apparently small as a three-minute pop song can contain intimations of cavernous feeling and impossible depths.

All the songs discussed in this episode, including the original recording of 'River Deep - Mountain High' can be heard here. If you've enjoyed the episode please leave a review on Apple podcasts! Thank you :)

Aug 27 2020 · 24mins
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Tina Turner

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In 2013 Oprah, headed to the South of France for an intimate conversation with rock-and-roll legend Tina Turner. In the only television interview following the iconic singer's private wedding ceremony in Switzerland to longtime love Erwin Bach, Oprah joins Tina during a stop on their honeymoon to talk love, retirement and her private life out of the spotlight.

Aug 12 2020 · 36mins
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Tina Turner, Baby Concert Realness | with Darian Elliott

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Singer/songwriter and background vocalist for too many artists to name (most recently Kirk Franklin), Darian Elliott shares some of her funny stories from growing up in church; including the times she did the most performing solos as a child.

For full episode information, show notes, and links to anything we talked about on this episode, visit ChurchyLife.com
Apr 12 2020 · 55mins