Amy Winehouse Music Video DVD An exclusive, compilation of original videos Complete videography. HD Quality Widescreen Entertainment!
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1 Stronger Than Me
2 Take The Box (Analogue)
3 In My Bed
4 Fuck Me Pumps
6 You Know I'm No Good
7 Back To Black
8 Tears Dry On Their Own
9 Love Is A Losing Game
10 Valerie - Mark Ronson & Amy Winehouse
11 Just Friends
12 Body and Soul - Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse
13 Our Day Will Come - Amy Winehouse Tribute
14 Cherry Wine - Nas Ft Amy Winehouse
This is Amy live at Shepherds Bush Empire London on 29th May,2007. "I Told You I Was Trouble"
She sang songs from her masterpiece album "Back To Black" and some songs from "Frank".
Legendary Elton John and Noel Gallager were at the audience that night. Amy Winehouse: vocals. Dale Davis: bass. Zalon Thompson & Ade Omatayo: b. vocals. Robin Banerjee: guitars. Nathan Alan: drums. Xantone Blacq: keyboards. Henry Collins: trumpet. James Hunt: alto saxophone, flute. Frank Walden: baritone saxophone.
02.Just Friends [03:09]
03 Cherry [06:47]
04 Wake Up Alone [10:05]
05 Tears Dry On Their Own [14:25]
06 He Can Only Hold Her [18:10]
07 Fuck Me Pumps [21:53]
08 Some Unholy War [25:36]
09 Valerie [28:50]
10 Hey Little RIch Girl! [32:58]
11 Rehab [36:54]
12 You Know I'm No Good [40:52]
13 Band Intro [45:50]
14 Me & Mr. Jones [47:40]
15 Monkey Man [50:40]
0:1:46:00 DVD Runtime
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A tempestuous public life made her popular in tabloids, but English singer Amy Winehouse was embraced by music critics and fans for her rugged charm, brash sense of humor, distinctively soulful and jazzy vocals, and deeply personal and blunt songwriting. Her U.K. debut, Frank (2003), elicited comparisons ranging from Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan to Macy Gray and Lauryn Hill; despite her strong Cockney accent and vernacular, they were apt. Back to Black (2006) delved into the sounds of '50s/'60s-era girl groups and '60s soul. It was the highest charting U.S. debut by a British female artist, and topped charts around the world, but it was her last original album. She was found dead at her home in London in July of 2011. ~ Cyril Cordor