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I, Tina Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10: Loving You Too Long Summary

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Chapter 10: Loving You Too Long Summary and Analysis

In 1969, the Revue hits the big time in Vegas. They are opening in a lounge at the International where Elvis Presley is the headliner. They hang out with Sammy Davis, Jr. Ike at first resists but record producer Bob Karsnow convinces him to let Tina record a cover of the Otis Redding hit "I've Been Loving You Too Long." This record and albums make it to the top one-hundred. Still the big smash hit eludes them.

Tina becomes interested in rock 'n roll, a departure from the strictly R & B sounds of the Revue. She tells Ike she wants to cover on stage the Beatles' "Come Together," the Stones' "Honky Tonk Women" and the Credence Clearwater Revival's "Proud Mary." Ike reluctantly agrees and they begin adding some "black rock" to their act. The Stones add B. B...

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