Single

It Takes Two (1990)

Tina Turner & Rod Stewart - It Takes Two - Single

It Takes Two was originally recorded from Marvin Gaye in 1966. Rod Stewart and Tina covered the song in 1990 and released it as the lead single from Rod's album Vagabond Heart, but it was also included on Tina’s greatest hits compilation Simply The Best the following year. Both, the song and the video were also used for a Pepsi advertising campaign. The live b-side track Hot Legs (without vocals from Tina) was taken from the album Absolutely Live. The single was not released in America.

Writer: Written by Sylvia Moy, William Stevenson
Producer: Rod Stewart, Bernard Edwards
Release: November 1990
Label: Warner
Format: 7“ Vinyl / 12“ Vinyl / 5“ CD / Cassette
Charts: UK: #5 / Europe: #7 (single), #3 (airplay) / Germany: #22

7“ Vinyl / Cassingle
  1. It Takes Two (Tina & Rod Stewart) 4:13
  2. Written by Sylvia Moy, William Stevenson / Produced by Rod Stewart, Bernard Edwards
  3. Hot Legs (Live Rod Stewart) 4:53
  4. Written by Gary Grainger, Rod Stewart / Produced by Rod Stewart
12“ Vinyl / CD Single
Side A
  1. It Takes Two (Extended Remix) 4:52
  2. Remix by Nick Launay
Side B
  1. It Takes Two (Album Version) 4:13
  2. Hot Legs (Live Rod Stewart) 4:53
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Music Video

The music video shows Tina and Rod visiting a nightclub and performing the song together with a lot of people around them. The video was also used for a Pepsi television advertising campaign in a slightly different version.

Director: David Hogan
Producer: Simon Straker
Home VideoSimply The Best (DVD)
Time: 4:08

Tina Turner & Rod Stewart - It Takes Two - Music Video

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