In 1987 EMI, which owned the catalogue of the R&B and jazz label Sue, issued
Sue Instrumentals (1959-1967): The Beat Is On as part of its Treasury series of releases.
Amazingly this compilation was issued only on vinyl and cassette and not on CD. Strange indeed, considering that the CD was a well-established format by 1987.
In any case this album was a treasure trove for lovers of instrumentals, with tracks by both well-known names (Bill Doggett, Jimmy McGriff, Ike Turner) and some lesser-known artists (Hank Jacobs, The Duals, The Commandos).
Sue Records was founded in New York by Juggy Murray. The company, which billed itself as "The Sound of Soul," was at its peak between 1959 and 1962 with hits by Jimmy McGriff, Baby Washington and Ike and Tina Turner.
Ike Turner had a pair of of tracks on the Sue Instrumentals album, including Going Home. The MP3 is taken from a cassette copy of the album.
Here's another great Ike Turner instrumental from YouTube. The Groove is also on the Ike's Instrumentals CD.