“Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll'” a 55-song compilation of Tina Turner’s greatest hits out November 24

A 55-song compilation of Tina Turner’s greatest hits, “Queen of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” will be released on November 24th to celebrate 50 years since the start of her solo career. This is the first time her singles collection has been released as one set, and it is available for pre-order now. 

The set includes a foreword from Bryan Adams, her longtime friend and collaborator. The collection features a new version of “Something Beautiful Remains” retitled to simply “Something Beautiful,” which was reworked by Terry Britten, a producer and longtime collaborator. 

The set kicks off with her 1975 cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” from her second solo studio album Acid Queen. It also includes duets with performers like David Bowie, Adams, Eric Clapton and Rod Stewart. 

“The Queen of Rock ‘n’ Rol”l collection will be released via streaming services and as a five-vinyl LP box, a three-CD package, and a digital download album. 

Tina Turner died in May at the age of 83 at her home near Zurich in Switzerland after a long illness.


Subscribe to our Newsletter
Stay up-to-date