Tina Turner compilation has new songs

Singer set to embark on tour in October

NEW YORK -- Two new songs lead the way on an upcoming Tina Turner compilation due for release in time for her highly anticipated fall tour. "It Would Be a Crime" and "I'm Ready" will be found on "Tina!," due Sept. 30 via Capitol.

They join 16 hits from throughout Turner's career, including the CD debuts of live versions of "Let's Stay Together (Amsterdam, 1996) and "The Best (London, 2000). The digital version of "Tina!" will include different versions of "River Deep Mountain High" and "The Acid Queen" than the CD.

Turner's first tour since 2000 will begin Oct. 1 in Kansas City, Mo. Her May 12 appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" will re-air around the outing's launch.

Dates are on the books through early April in Europe.

Here is the track list for "Tina!":

"Steamy Windows"
"River Deep Mountain High"
"Better Be Good to Me"
"The Acid Queen"
"What You Get Is What You See"
"What's Love Got to Do With It"
"Private Dancer"
"We Don't Need Another Hero"
"I Don't Wanna Fight"
"Let's Stay Together" (live at Amsterdam Arena, 1996)
"I Can't Stand the Rain" (live at Amsterdam Arena, 1996)
"Addicted to Love" (live at Camden Palace, London, 1986)
"The Best" (live at Wembley Arena, London, 2000)
"Proud Mary" (1993 version)
"Nutbush City Limits"
"It Would Be a Crime" (new)
"I'm Ready" (new)