A new career-spanning box set featuring of all 55 of Tina Turner’s singles from 1975-2023 is coming this fall. Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll will come in 5xLP and 3xCD packages; a pared-down 12-track vinyl version will also be available. Each version comes with a foreword written by Turner’s friend and collaborator Bryan Adams. Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll is due out November 24 via Rhino. Check out the artwork and full digital tracklist below.
In his foreword, Adams wrote: “From obscurity to the stages of the UK and Europe, I credit Tina for changing the course of my life and I’m so grateful to have had some of her precious time. She was a force of nature, no one had her energy or her voice, I suppose it’s fitting to say, it’s only love, and that’s all.”
Turner released her first solo studio album, Tina Turns the Country On!, in 1974 while still part of the duo Ike & Tina Turner Revue. Her first single—and the first track in the new box set—was her cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” from her second album, Acid Queen. The set also includes collaborations with Adams, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, and Rod Stewart, as well as a new version of “Something Beautiful Remains” (retitled “Something Beautiful”), reworked by her long-time collaborator Terry Britten.
Tina Turner died in May at her home in Switzerland after living with an undisclosed illness. She was 83.