Feel Good returned Ike & Tina to their R&B roots with a blistering mix of soul, R&B and early funk. It features only one cover version with the Beatles She Came In Through The Bathroom Window and nine songs written by Tina Turner. The special effects on the track „Chopper“ are from Rhonda Graam. For promotion, Ike & Tina performed the title track at some TV-Shows in America and Tina announced some tracks from the album in a radio show from The Veterans Administration. Originally released in 1972 with a wonderful gatefold cover, the album was re-issued on the double CD Nutbush City Limits / Feel Good in 2006. In Japan, it was released on red vinyl including a 12“ size booklet.
Producer: Ike Turner, Gerhard Augustin
Recorded: Bolic Sound, March 1972
Design: Paul Bruhwiler
Photographer: Bill King, Norman Seeff
Release: July 1972 / Various (Reissue)
Label: United Artists / Various (Reissue)
Format: Vinyl (Gatefold) / Cartridge / Reel Tape / CD
Charts: USA: #28 (R&B)
CashBox - July 15, 1972
The Turners have another top flight album here especially in the driving numbers, such as „If You Can Hully Gully (l Can Hully Gully Too)“ and Lennon-McCartney's „She Came in Through the Bathroom Window“. Nine of 10 tunes are Tina's own compositions. Other cuts by this always exciting act include „Bolic,“ „You Better Think of Something,“ „Black Coffee“ and the title single.