Tina Turner has decided she isn't ready for the rock 'n' rollers' retirement home yet.

Turner, who once spoke of quitting the concert circuit after her just-completed "Foreign Affair" tour, now says she'll be back after a year's vacation. She turns 52 on Nov. 26."I'm the first woman to fill all these stadiums and the feeling from all those fans night after night was fantastic. I don't want to close that door completely," Turner said through a publicist after concluding her tour Sunday in the Netherlands.

Turner became famous in the mid-1960s in a duo with her then-husband, Ike Turner. Her hits, with or without him,include "Proud Mary" and "What's Love Got to Do With It?"