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If Ike Turner says I abused her maybe I did. Jerry D'Souza wrote of the album: "Turner has it all in the palm of his hand his phrasing breathing life into the words. He then ran away to Memphis where he lived rough for a few days before returning to his mother.
Near the end of his life he returned to live performance as a frontman and produced two albums returning to his blues roots which were critically well received and award-winning. In the 1950s he was hired by Sun Studios and Modern Records as an arranger and talent scout for blues artists. With the Ike & Tina Revue he graduated to larger labels Blue Thumb and United Artists.