"Twenty-Four Seven" is a very unique package, although a package that fits Tina Turner like a glove. But then again, we've come to expect unique albums from Tina - and "Twenty-Four Seven" is just another stride in the long [and leggy] career of this musical legend.
The songs on "Twenty-Four Seven" aren't the usual; there are laser sounds in "Talk to My Heart" and "I Will Be There", some orchestra accompaniment, and even a slinky jazz number to keep that romance in the air. Look for a duet with Bryan Adams in "Without You", and also check out "When The Heartache Is Over", the first release from the album, with a video that's turning heads on the music channels.
Regardless of whatever decisions Tina makes in her career or her life, she has carved out her own niche as one of the very few inspirational artists of the past few decades. She can - and will - do whatever she wants...and "Twenty-Four Seven" illustrates that whatever she does still has more than enough pizzazz to grab our attention!This article was first published on 29 Mar 2000.