Single

The Hunter (1969)

Ike & Tina Turner - The Hunter - Single

The Hunter is the title track and the first single from the album The Hunter. The blues song was originally recorded by Albert King in 1967 but didn’t charted, in contrast to Ike & Tina’s version, which was a minor R&B hit. The version on the single is much shorter than on the album, which is over six minutes. The b-side track Crazy 'Bout You Baby, which was replaced in some European countries with the song „Bold Soul Sister,“ was also a single the same year in England.

Producer: Bob Krasnow
Release: July 1969 (usa) / May 1970 (europe)
Label: Blue Thumb / Harvest (uk) / Liberty (europe)
Format: 7“ Vinyl
Charts: USA: #37 (r&b) / #93 (pop)
AlbumThe Hunter

7“ Vinyl (USA)
  1. The Hunter (Edit) 2:49
  2. Written by Al Jackson Jr., Booker T. Jones, C. Wells, Donald Dunn, Steve Cropper / Produced by Bob Krasnow
  3. Crazy 'Bout You Baby 3:24
  4. Written by W. Williamson / Produced by Bob Krasnow, Tina Turner
7“ Vinyl (Europe)
  1. The Hunter (Edit) 2:49
  2. Bold Soul Sister 2:38
  3. Written by Ike & Tina Turner / Produced by Bob Krasnow
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