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Big Beef Music Review

By Tim

Tenty Four Seven

For those of you who did not get enough of Tina Turner during the pre-game show of the Super Bowl, you can now get another chance to hear from her again. And just like her lip-sink spectacular - for best effects, mouth the words to this review with a half second delay from the pace that you are reading.

Today's review is the new Tina Turner album called Twenty Four Seven recorded under the Virgin Records label. I know that most of you are questioning the choice and wondering what direction Big Beef and Beer is going. Have no fear the days of the Cider Rallies are near to us, we just want to provide other possibilities for quality music.

I also selected Tina Turner for this weeks review because the album is brand new. The album was released on the 2nd of February, today as a matter of fact. We at the Big Beef and Beer Home Offices are on top of things, the cutting edge of music. Next, I am reviewing this album is because I remember some of her songs that came out when I was growing up (nostalgia) and I was reminded of it when I was listening to the single from this album.

For all the men out there, Tina still looks as awesome as ever (Tim obviously had too many beers while watching the Superbowl --G). I am not sure how she does it, but maybe she has the same secrets as that guy who used to host American Bandstand, Dick Clark. Her voice has not lost anything - at least not since I first heard her sing. She can still reach the the high and lows and she has a significant amount of strength and depth to her voice.

Generally the songs are mellow, with her voice taking the forefront. The music is mellow but also has a mellowing effect. As usual, her songs are all about love and, maybe because of Ike Turner, about getting burned in love and the feeling after a breakup. I have spent the last couple of days trying to figure out the appropriate time to listen to this music and it took me until today. I think the best time is when you have had a bad day, it is a peaceful summer evening, and you are on the back porch chilling, sipping a drink, and want to listen to some music. Perfect.

I give this album 3 BB & B's. It is an enjoyable album but nothing really stands out about it. The best track on the album is 11 called 24 7.

Ranking:   out of 5 BB&B's.

Listen to Twenty Four Seven

TOP 10:

Supernatural - Santana

Screen Behind the Mirror - Enigma

All The Way-
A Decade Of Song - Celine Dion

Dr. Dre 2001 - Dr. Dre

Christina Aguilera - Christina Aguilera

S & M - Metallica/San Francisco Symphony

Magnolia (Soundtrack)

Europop - Eiffel 65

Fly - Dixie Chicks

Sopranos (Soundtrack)