In this documentary, you will find out who Amy Winehouse truly is and was, and why she is still searching for herself. In 2003, Amy Winehouse debuted her first album, 'Frank.' When she first burst onto the scene, she was considered to be as … Full Descriptionsoulful as the sultry sisters of yesteryear, such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughn and Dina Washington. In 2008, that is no longer the case. Besides her controversial Grammy wins, she has been shunned by the industry, critics and artists by the likes of Natalie Cole and many others. This situation has arisen because of the young singer's public display of hard alcohol and drug use. Amy Winehouse is a good girl gone train wreck with the help of husband Blake Fielder-Civil, whom with no doubt helped create this monster. Amy Winehouse: this is a true cracked case scenario.
If you think Back to Black is brilliant, wait until you hear Frank! Soul and Jazz stylings meet together here and the end result is magnificent.
It goes without saying Amy is one of Universals most precious and unique artists and as such, we are releasing Amy Winehouse – The Album Collection. This is a 3CD boxset housed in a hardback slipcase, it includes all standard versions of the magnificent, award winning albums Frank, Back To Black and Lioness…
Amy, stylized as AMY and fully titled Amy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) or Amy: The Original Soundtrack, is an original motion picture soundtrack to the 2015 film of the same name. It was released by Island Records on 30 October 2015. The soundtrack features music by composer Antonio Pinto that was used in the documentary as well as tracks by singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse, the subject of the film. The soundtrack peaked at number 19 on the UK Album Chart on the week of 2 November.
Back in 2006 on a stormy December night, Amy Winehouse flew to the remote, south western corner of Ireland to perform for Other Voices, an acclaimed Irish TV music series filmed in Dingle every winter. Amy took to the stage of Saint James's church, capacity 85, and wowed the small, packed crowd with a searing, acoustic set of songs from Back to Black. After leaving the stage, a relaxed and happy Amy spoke about her music and influences - Mahalia Jackson, Sarah Vaughan, Ray Charles and the Shangri-Las to name a few. Arena joined forces with Other Voices and went to Dingle to catch up with some of the people that Amy met on that day, including taxi driver Paddy Kennedy, her bass player Dale Davis and Rev Mairt Hanley of the Other Voices church. This film showcases not only Amy herself, but the musical geniuses that inspired her to forge her own jazz pop style.