Come Together features beside original Ike Turner material also two cover versions from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, as well as the very successful single I Want To Take You Higher, which was originally released from the band Sly & The Family Stone. A different version of the title track with an orchestra background instrumentation was included on the soundtrack album All This And World War II in 1976. The album was reissued several times on CD, among others in 2010 on the double CD Come Together / Nuff Said and in 2018 as a mini LP replica with a cardboard sleeve. In Germany, the album was reissued under the different title Pop Gold in 1978 with a different cover artwork. In Japan, it was originally released with an alternate gatefold cover and on red vinyl.
Producer: Ike Turner
Design: Ron Wolin
Photographer: Rhonda Graham, Ed Garaeff
Release: May 1970 / Various (Reissue)
Label: Liberty / Various (Reissue)
Format: Vinyl (Gatefold, Colored) / Cartridge / Reel Tape / Cassette / CD
Charts: USA: #13 (R&B)
That wailing woman is not Little Red Riding Hood. It’s Tina Turner, the woman. Pumping, screaming, moving for her man, Ike. Ike & Tina Turner the life lovers. Come Together It’s been said: Give the public what they want. Give them your best. Give them one hundred percent. Give them entertainment in every sense of the word. Come Together - Ike & Tina Turner. Now it’s been done!