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Name:Amy Winehouse Back to Black Limited Edition DVD 2007 JUST

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Artist.......: Amy Winehouse
Album........: Back To Black
Label........: Universal Republic
Genre........: Soul
Catnr........: 80010136-10
Source.......: DVD (LPCM 2.0)
Rip.date.....: Jun-25-2008
Str.date.....: 000-00-2007
Quality......: VBR/44,1Hz/Joint-Stereo
Url..........: www.amywinehouse.co.uk

track title time

01. international epk 23:03

02. back to black 02:41
(live @ the orange lounge)
03. rehab 03:31
(live @ the orange lounge)
04. you know i'm no good 03:12
(live @ the orange lounge)
05. love is a losing game 02:38
(live @ the orange lounge)

Runtime 35:05 min
Size 37,9 MB

Release Notes:

Best Buy Exclusive!
This Deluxe Version Contains :
Limited Edition DVD wich features 4 acoustic performances,
behind the scenes look, interviews and live footage!

Only available for a limited time at Best Buy.


Much can be said about 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 and heavy
consumption of alcohol, 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 cockney accent and vernacular, one can
often hear aspects of each of those singers' vocal
repertoire in Winehouse's own voice. Nonetheless, her
allure has been her songwriting -- almost always deeply
personal, but best known for its profanity and brutal

Born to a taxi-driving father and 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, 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

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 a whole 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, constantly in the tabloids
and 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.

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