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Amy Winehouse

Much can be said about the late Amy Winehouse, one of the U.K.'s flagship vocalists during the 2000s. The British press and tabloids seemed to focus on her rowdy behavior, heavy consumption of alcohol, and tragic end, but fans and critics alike embraced her rugged charm, brash sense of humor, and distinctively soulful and jazzy vocals. Her platinum-selling breakthrough album, Frank (2003), elicited comparisons ranging from Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan to Macy Gray and Lauryn Hill. Interestingly enough, despite her strong accent and vernacular, one can often hear aspects of each of those singers' vocal repertoire in Winehouse's own voice. Nonetheless, her allure had always been her songwriting -- almost always deeply personal but best known for its profanity and brutal candor.

Born to a taxi-driving father and a pharmacist mother, Winehouse grew up in the Southgate area of northern London. Her upbringing was surrounded by jazz. Many of the uncles on her mother's side were professional jazz musicians, and even her paternal grandmother was romantically involved with British jazz legend Ronnie Scott at one time. While at home, she listened to and absorbed her parents' selection of greats: Dinah Washington, Ella Fitzgerald, and Frank Sinatra among others. However, in her teens, she was drawn to the rebellious spirit of TLC, Salt-N-Pepa, and other American R&B and hip-hop acts of the time. At the age of 16, after she had been expelled from London's Sylvia Young Theatre School, she caught her first break when pop singer Tyler James, a schoolmate and close friend, passed on her demo tape to his A&R representative, who was searching for a jazz vocalist. That opportunity led to her recording contract with Island Records. By the end of 2003, when she was 20 years old, Island had released her debut album, Frank. With contributions from hip-hop producer/keyboardist Salaam Remi, Winehouse's amalgam of jazz, pop, soul, and hip-hop received rave reviews. The album was nominated for the 2004 Mercury Music Prize as well as two Brit Awards, and its lead single, "Stronger Than Me," won an Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song.

Following Winehouse's debut, the accolades and inquiring interviews appeared concurrently in the press with her tempestuous public life. Several times she showed up to her club or TV performances too drunk to sing an entire set. In 2006, her management company finally suggested that she enter rehab for alcohol abuse, but instead, she dumped the company and transcribed the ordeal into the U.K. Top Ten hit "Rehab," the lead single for her second, critically acclaimed album, Back to Black. Containing evocative productions from Salaam Remi and British DJ/multi-instrumentalist Mark Ronson, the album somewhat abandoned jazz, delving into the sounds of '50s/'60s-era girl group harmonies, rock & roll, and soul. The fanfare over the release was so great that it started to spill over onto U.S. shores; several rappers and DJs made their own remixes of various songs, not to mention covers by Prince and the Arctic Monkeys.

One month after Winehouse won Best Female Artist at the Brit Awards in February 2007, Universal released Back to Black in the U.S. The LP charted higher than any other American debut by a British female recording artist before it, and it remained in the Top Ten for several months, selling a million copies by the end of that summer. Just as in the U.K., she became the talk of the town, landing on the covers of Rolling Stone and Spin magazines. Not long afterward, though, Winehouse canceled her North American tour. Early reports revealed that she was entering rehab for alcohol and drug addiction, but her new management denied the claims, stating it was due to severe exhaustion. Her erratic behavior kept her and her new husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, in the tabloids constantly, on and off stages on both sides of the Atlantic, but in late 2007, American fans were finally given a chance to hear Winehouse's early work, with a slightly abbreviated (two songs removed and one added) version of Frank.

Unfortunately, the next four years were filled with drama, disappointment, and very little music. By 2009, her marriage had ended in divorce, she had repeatedly been arrested on assault charges and/or public order offenses, her struggles with substance abuse and mental health issues tragically played out in the press. Public performances turned into incoherent disasters, the worst of them posted to video-sharing sites for all to see. A track on the Quincy Jones tribute Q: Soul Bossa Nostra appeared in 2010, while a duet with Tony Bennett was announced in early 2011, but a planned follow-up to Back to Black would never make it past the demo stage. Winehouse was found dead in her Camden, London apartment on July 23, 2011. The coroner's report, delivered three months later, revealed that her blood alcohol content had reached a potentially fatal level.

Nearly two months after her death, Winehouse's first posthumous appearance was released on Tony Bennett's Duets II, where she duetted with Bennett on "Body and Soul." Near the end of 2011, her family's foundation announced the release of Lioness: Hidden Treasures, a posthumous compilation featuring recordings from throughout her career (although a few of the arrangements were recorded after her death). A year after Lioness came At the BBC, a deluxe CD/DVD set -- available both as a four-disc box and a smaller two-disc compilation -- rounding up all of her live performances for the British Broadcasting Company. ~ Cyril Cordor, Rovi
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Track List: Pumps / Help Yourself (Explicit)

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Track List: Like Smoke / Our Day Will Come (Single)

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Track List: Rehab (Radio Single)

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Track List: You Know I'm No Good (Single)

Comments

I miss her voice, she was beautiful both in voice and overall shell.
Rest in peace Amy Winehouse
I am late to the Amy train and it is just one more roadside tragedy! Such a unique and powerful style. The drugs do not discriminate ! I am not preaching one bit because I still use. I am not as bad as I was but know the life and it is sad. RIP Ms. Winehouse and may your voice continue to bring chills to the masses here and wherever the next realm has you!
A legend
I am young but I wish I she was alive so I can her more of her voice
I miss her so much
Will never be forgotten so much talent
My mums name is Aimee
Totally beautiful
I am almost 60 years old and I think this is one of the most talented artists I've ever heard. I listen to her every day.
I love Amy, her voice is awesome! She will remain forever young.
Most beautiful voice and face, I love you Amy Winehouse, her music carries her memory
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Amazing
old soul.....was t e d . . . . l o v e d her the moment I heard her sing...
Soulful voice got some soul in her.
Miss you .
Love her ����
oh amy why do the talented die too young?
RIP Amy you are singing with the angels now.
Amy you made me who I am today i love you so much you inspire me so much love ya
Rest in paradise :(
I miss ver i konw she wite god.
Jazzy voice I liked her...
rogerblocke
Amy Winehouse never needed the talentless Mark Ronson. All he ever did was overdub crap....
vanessac1472
Musical genuis, she feeds my soul and mends my heart. I miss her. Please come back. You were an angel with stained wings
R.i.p :(
Gone too soon
Oooo
Her voice is simple amazing.
fogislifted
amazing vocalist and brilliant songwriter. Truly blessed to hear her music. She soared high and burned bright, yet sadly, burned quickly.
Valerie is my fav song eves i love you so much Amy Winehouse wish you were still with us
Another artist apart of the 27 club. Gosh she gave us some amazing music.
She is miss for voice and hair
Love you Amy
♡♡
Follow me on Mobli @carinacisn I follow back!!
RIP I luv u baby )): miss u
I love you amy .... R.I.P Imy ����
Gret song. Lorde. Pure. From. Mia. Jones. Is. A. Girl.



Im obsessed with her.
I love her songs it bad that she DIE I wish that she was still alive
And the rest ❤️ thank you for making me fall in love with blues and jazzy stuff❤️I love u
I love her... Sweet amy... Miss you angel
I miss this girl!
Is she dead
Dead
This song is perfect
transistic
ya, drinking and drugging
She died from drinking too much that's what I heard
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