Ike and Tina were one of the great singer/producer collaborations.
Their influence in Soul and Rock are incalculable, which is somewhat bizarre in that they were a review band act that mostly did other peoples songs.
Tina's post Ike work was solid and made a shit ton of money but never had the cultural impact of her early work.
As a person after Ike, Tina represented the ability of a human to be something more (fantastically more) than their trauma and was an inspiration to many.
Ike after Tina was a hollowed out shell of a man who's shattered reputation meant that his artistry was never again appreciated by polite society.
If I'm lit enough at karaoke I'll knock out a workman like version of Private Dancer.
I've probably got about a dozen Ike and Tina Vinyl's, they are all good and I've never tired of them, she was one of the greats.