A Woman In A Man’s World
is a slow ballad, recorded for Tina’s first solo album Rough after the divorce from Ike Turner. She never performed this song live in her concerts.
Writer: A. Jordan, H. David
Producer: Bob Monaco
Album: Rough (1978)
- A Woman In A Man's World 2:41
Recorded and mixed at Conway Recording Studio, Hollywood / Recording and re-mix engineer: Roger Harris / Assistant engineer: Phil Moore / Mastered at Kendun Recorders by John Golden / Production Assistant: Jill Marns / Strings and Horns arranged by Rick Kellis / Strings performed by The Gerald Lee String Company / Horns performed by The L A Horns: Rick Kellis, Dennis Faris, and Jeff "Dino" Deane / Special Thanks Fred Frank - for bringing Tina Turner to the Roadshow Family, Sid Mauer, Nick Albarano, Maye Hampton-James, Jack Baer and the Dogs of War
Acoustic Piano & Rhodes: Ron Stockert / Arp Synthesizer: Rick Kellis / Percussion: Airto Moreira / Oberheim Strings & Moog programmed and played by Michael Boodicker