PP Arnold The Turning TideIn 1966, PP Arnold quit her job in Ike and Tina Turner’s Ikettes during a British tour to become London’s most sought-after soul singer.

Successfully juggling a solo career with hit singles (The First Cut Is The Deepest) and session work with The Small Faces, Chris Farlowe, and Rod Stewart, it was no surprise when news broke that Barry Gibb and Eric Clapton were producing tracks for a new album… that never saw the light of day. However, on the eve of her first Australian solo tour (she performed with Roger Waters in 2002 and 2008), her long lost album – which includes covers of You Can’t Always Get What You Want, Spinning Wheel and You’ve Made Me So Very Happy – is now available.

PP Arnold is about to begin her first ever tour of Australia; get all the date and ticketing details here.
The Turning Tide is out now via Planet/MGM.

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