Album

Her Man…His Woman (1970)

Ike & Tina Turner - Her Man...His Woman - Album

Her Man…His Woman is a reissue of the album Get It - Get It from 1966. It includes the same songs, but is a remixed edition with strings and horns overdubs and in stereo. There are different releases with different back cover photos and liner notes. It was reissued on compact disc in 1993.

Producer: Ike Turner, David Michaels
Release: 1970 / 1993 (CD)
Label: Capitol / Liberty (CD)
Format: Vinyl / Cartridge / CD

Tracklist
Side A
  1. Get It - Get It 3:34
  2. Written by Ike Turner
  3. I Believe 2:23
  4. Written by Elmo James
  5. I Can’t Believe What You Say 2:10
  6. Written by Ike Turner
  7. My Babe 2:02
  8. Written by Willie Dixon
  9. Strange 2:39
  10. Written by Billy Preston
Side B
  1. You Weren’t Ready (For My Love) 2:39
  2. Written by Ike Turner
  3. That’s Alright 3:05
  4. Written by Jimmy Rogers
  5. Rooster 2:16
  6. Written by Ike Turner
  7. Five Long Years 2:42
  8. Written by Ike Turner
  9. The Things I Used To Do 2:26
  10. Written by E. Jones
Gallery

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Liner Notes

from the American back cover

Ike & Tina … a couple … tempestuous ... professional partners … lovers … stars … husband and wife ... they do it all so well ...
Ike … the man behind the woman … writer … artist ... director … creator … her man … he does it all so well ...
Tina … the woman behind the man … girl in the spotlight … the queen … fabulous chick … darling of showbusiness … down … for real … adorable … electrifying … singer … his woman … she does it all so well ...
Ike & Tina Turner … one of the greatest shows on earth ... a bolt of lightning … an explosion … and this album … torchy and cool … one of those real … good … solid dancing-listening albums … they do it all so well.

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