TINA: Single

Love Explosion (1979)

Tina Turner - Love Explosion - Single

Love Explosion was written by Tina's former bandleader Lenny Macaluso and is the title track of the album Love Explosion. The single contains a very rare extended version and was released without a picture cover only in Australia. At the same time, the song was also the b-side track on the European single Music Keeps Me Dancin’.

Release: November 1979
Label: Interfusion / Festival
Format: 7“ Vinyl / 12“ Vinyl
AlbumLove Explosion

  1. Love Explosion (Edit) 3:12
  2. From the 7" record / Writer: Lenny Macaluso, Pat Summerson / Producer: Alec R. Costandinos / Arranged & Conducted by Raymond T. Knehnetsky / Remixed at Trident Studios, London by Peter R. Kelsey / Dede Ceccarelli: Drums/ Bernie Arcadio: Keyboards / Jaycee Chanavat: Guitar / Tony Bonfils: Bass / Manu Roche: Percussion / Georges Rodi: Synthesizer programming / George Marge: Oboe / Tom Malone, Wayne Andre, Barry Rogers, Dave Taylor: Trombone / Michael Brecker: Tenor Sax / Laurence Feldman, George Young: Alto Sax / Lew Delgato: Baritone Sax / Randy Brecker, Jon Faddis, Alan Rubin: Trumpet / The Pat Halling String Ensemble / Backing Vocalst: Vickie Brown, Stevie Lange, Stephanie de Sykes, Arthur Simms / Rhythm recorded at Trident Studios, London / Engineer: Peter R. Kelsey / Assisted by Michael Donegani, Adam Mosely, David Barrett, Simon Hilliard, Craig Millener / Miss Turners Vocals recorded at CRS Studios, London / Engineer: Mike Ross / Assisted by Mark Chamberlain, Andrew Chark / Strings, Backing Vocals and Synthesizers recorded at Red Bus Studios, London / Engineer: Geoff Calver / Assisted by Gordon Milne, Richard Lengyel
  3. Love Explosion (Extended Version) 7:02
  4. From the 12" record
    Additional track:
  1. Sunset On Sunset 3:38
  2. Taken from the album 'Love Explosion'
Tina Turner - Love Explosion - Single

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