An exuberant album of euphoric tales and exhortations. Wildest Dreams reflects Tina Turner's happiness with life after Ike Turner and with finally reaching megastardom in her fifties. The 13 songs buoy her thesis and provide almost an hour of listening pleasure, most notably on a remake of John Waite's "Missing You," a saucy soul duet with Barry White on "Wildest Dreams," and an understated funk jam entitled "Something Beautiful Remains."
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AllMusic Review by Bil Carpenter