was Turner's first album for Capitol Records. They took a chance on her when it appeared she was no longer marketable, and it paid off big, as the album was a huge hit. Recording the album was no easy task, as several producers, songwriters and musicians were used to assemble the various songs. One of the producers was Rupert Hine
, who worked on the tracks "Better Be Good To Me
" and "I Might Have Been Queen
." Hine told us that it was Turner's professionalism and ungodly talent that made it work. Said Hine: "She approaches things in such a diligent way and she 'owns the song' - that’s the phrase she used to use, which basically means she sings along with it at home. I give her a songwriter’s demo and then she’ll sing it in her key. And then the point where she sings along with the tape and she feels she’s got it, it’s now her song."