Tina Turner Sets Release For New LP

R&B singer to release first studio album since 1996's Wildest Dreams.

R&B veteran Tina Turner will release Twenty Four Seven on

Feb. 1, her first studio album since Wildest Dreams (1996). Turner,

who recently turned 60, collaborates with Canadian rock singer Bryan

Adams on the song "Without You." The two previously sang together on

the 1985 hit "It's Only Love." The album also features the radio single

"When the Heartache Is Over," and "I Will Be There," a song that was

written by the Bee Gees but never recorded. The other songs on the 11-track

album are "Whatever You Need," "All the Woman," "Absolutely Nothing's

Changed," "Talk to My Heart," "Don't Leave Me This Way," "Go Ahead,"

"Falling," and "Twenty Four Seven."