Single

Don’t Leave Me This Way (2000)

Tina Turner - Don't Leave Me This Way - Single

Don’t Leave Me This Way is a slow ballad and was first released from Malandra Burrows in 1998 under the slightly different title „Don’t Leave Me“. Tina recorded the song for her album Twenty Four Seven and released it as the third and last single only in Germany. She promoted it at the German „SKL“ tv show and performed it live at her birthday special Celebrate! The  live version is vailable on the Twenty Four Seven (Tour Edition) from 2000. All other live songs from the single were also taken from the Celebrate! home video, recorded live in London in 1999.

Writer: Paul Barry, Mark Taylor, Bryan Rawling
Producer: Bryan Rawling, Mark Taylor
Photographer: Herb Ritts
Design: Jeremy Plumb
Release: February 2000
Label: Parlophone
Format: 5“ CD 
Charts: Germany: #78

CD Single
  1. Don't Leave Me This Way 4:19
  2. Written by Paul Barry, Mark Taylor, Bryan Rawling / Produced by Bryan Rawling, Mark Taylor
  3. The Best (Live) 5:42
  4. Written by Holly Knigh, Mike Chapman / Produced by Ollie Marland
  5. Steamy Windows (Live) 3:24
  6. Written by Tony Joe White / Produced by Ollie Marland
  7. River Deep, Mountain High (Live) 418
  8. Written by Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich / Produced by Ollie Marland
CD Promo
  1. Don't Leave Me This Way 4:19
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Music Video

The live music video was filmed in London as part of Tina’s 60th birthday special. It shows her sitting on a chair in a glittering mini dress, accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra behind her.

Director: David Mallet
Producer: Barry Ryan, Tony Gregory
Home VideoCelebrate! (DVD)
Time: 4:24

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