TINA: Song

The Bitch Is Back

is a rock song, co-written and first released by Elton John on his album „Caribou“ in 1974. Tina used it to open her early Wild Lady of Rock concerts and recorded also a studio version in 1978 for her first solo album Rough after the split from Ike Turner. In 1991, she recorded a new version for the Elton John tribute album Two Rooms and performed it live with Elton at the Divas Live charity concert in 1999.

Writer: Elton John, Bernie Taupin
Album: Rough (1978) / Two Rooms (1991) / Divas Live (1999)
Video: Wild Lady of Rock (1984) / Divas Live (1999)

  1. The Bitch Is Back 3:30
  2. From the album 'Rough'
    Recorded and mixed at Conway Recording Studio, Hollywood / Recording and re-mix engineer: Roger Harris / Assistant engineer: Phil Moore / Mastered at Kendun Recorders by John Golden / Production Assistant: Jill Marns / Strings and Horns arranged by Rick Kellis / Strings performed by The Gerald Lee String Company / Horns performed by The L A Horns: Rick Kellis, Dennis Faris, and Jeff "Dino" Deane / Special Thanks Fred Frank - for bringing Tina Turner to the Roadshow Family, Sid Mauer, Nick Albarano, Maye Hampton-James, Jack Baer and the Dogs of War / Peter Bunetta: Drums / Bill Haynes: Bass / Lenny Macaluso: Electric Guitar / Ken Moore: Acoustic Piano / W.D. Smith: Hammond Organ / Airto Moreira: Percussion / Background Vocals: Marsha Thacker, Stephanie Spryill, Denise Echols, Tony Walthers, Ken Moore, Michael Stephenson
  3. The Bitch Is Back 3:08
  4. From the album 'Two Rooms'
    Produced by Chris Lord-Alge, Tina Turner, Roger Davies / Engineered & Mixed by: Chris Lord-Alge / Mixed at Image Recording, Los Angeles / Assistant Engineer: Talley Sherwood / Horns arranged by Timmy Cappello / Recorded at A8M Studios, Los Angeles / Assistant Engineers: Brian Scheuble & Michael Douglass / Tina Turner: Lead & Backing Vocals / Jack Bruno: Drums / Bob Feit: Bass Guitar & Backing Vocals / James Ralston: Guitar & Backing Vocals / Kenny Moore: Piano & Backing Vocals / Ollie Marland: Keyboards & Backing Vocals / Gene Black: Lead Guitar & Backing Vocals / Timmy Cappello: Horn Section, Sax Solo, Organ, Tambourine, & Backing Vocals
  5. The Bitch Is Back (Live Tina & Elton John) 3:46
  6. From the album 'Divas Live'
    Jack Bruno: Drums / Bob Birch: Bass / Guy Babylon: Keyboards / Darey Johnstone: Guitar / James Ralston: Guitar / John Miles: Guitar, Piano, Hammond Organ / Timmy Capello: Keyboards, Saxophone / John Mahon: Percussion / Stacey Campbell & Jenny McRae: Background Vocals / Mixed by Chris Lord-Alge

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