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Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse's brief career followed a tragic, almost perfect circle. After achieving critical acclaim in her native Britain as a jazz and soul vocalist, her global pop star rose in 2006, thanks primarily to the booze-soaked, adamantly unhealthy smash "Rehab." And in 2011, after several professionally unproductive, personally difficult years of scandal, very public relationship problems and even more public addiction problems, the talented and troubled young singer was found dead of alcohol overdose. The Londoner rose to prominence on the back of gritty, often bleak autobiographical work: songs that revolved around doomed relationships ("Stronger than Me"), drink ("Rehab") and drugs ("Addicted"). But that aside, it's Winehouse's voice -- which saw her welcomed with open arms by Britain's two premier performance schools -- that formed the foundation of her appeal. By turns as knowing and vulnerable as Billie Holiday's and as streetwise as Ms Dynamite's, it reflected her fluctuating musical fixations (jazz, hip-hop and, later, Motown) and was a perfect tool to deliver her wry and affecting observations on the pratfalls and pain inherent in the pursuit of love. As Winehouse herself p... See More

Amy Winehouse Concert Films

  • A Last Goodbye

    Amy Winehouse

    Year: 2011

    Runtime: 1 hr 11 min

    A Last Goodbye is an intimate look into the life and times of Amy Winehouse. This in-depth program chronicles her rise to pop superstardom and also offers a sensitive portrayal of a transformative star and the inner demons that inspired her work and eventually caused her untimely death. Her battle with addiction and her courtship with self destruction were well documented through the press. Even her troubled relationship with Blake Fielder-Civil was played out in front of British Media. But despite this backdrop, Amy Winehouse will be remembered for her unique song writing style fusing R & B, soul and jazz influences sang through a deep contralto vocal. The 'Back to Black' album symbolised her huge success at this time which led to an astonishing 5 Grammy awards- 'the most wins by a female artist in a single night'. This insightful programme is a definitive testimonial to an incredible music icon covering the start of her career up until her death.
     
     
  • BBC One Sessions: Live at Porchester Hall

    Amy Winehouse

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 52 min

    In 2007 Amy was crowned Best British Female at the Brit awards and this exclusive show which followed her award made it clear why. Set in London’s prestigious Porchester Hall, Amy performed the much loved classics from her debut album ‘Frank’ as well as tracks from her now classic follow up, ‘Back To Black’.
     
     
  • I Told You I Was Trouble

    Amy Winehouse

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 1 hr 6 min

    Experience Amy’s sold out 2007 shows at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire at the height of her prowess during her BRIT and Grammy Award winning year. Captured in pristine High Definition by the award-winning director Hamish Hamilton, the concert features performances of all the hits from the multi-million selling ‘Back to Black’, including the international smash hit single ‘Rehab’, ‘Back to Black’, ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’, and ‘Love Is A Losing Game’. This stunning show also includes her earlier material and the sensational covers ‘Valerie’, originally recorded in collaboration with Marc Ronson, ‘Me and Mr Jones’ and ‘Monkey Man’.
     
     
  • Live Eurockéennes De Belfort 2007

    Amy Winehouse

    Year: 2007

    Runtime: 52 min

    This live performance remembers her as the outstanding performer she was when in top shape. The Eurockéennes de Belfort is one of France's largest rock music festivals. The Eurockéennes, a play on words involving the words rock and européennes (Europeans), is based in a nature reserve in Malsaucy near Belfort.
     
     
  • The Day She Came to Dingle

    Amy Winehouse

    Year: 2013

    Runtime: 59 min

    Recorded in December 2006 in a tiny church located in the south west corner of Ireland, the town of Dingle played host to Amy whilst she recorded the show for Irish TV music series Other Voices. Amy delivered an electrifying 20 minute live performance to a crowd of 85 in the tiny St James's Church, with acoustic performances of songs from her 'Back To Black' Album. In the revealing interview Amy spoke of her musical influences such as Mahalia Jackson, Sarah Vaughn, Ray Charles and the Shangri-Las and how she came to love jazz music.
     
     
  • The Legacy

    Amy Winehouse

    Year: 2014

    Runtime: 60 min

    Amy Winehouse was one of the most discussed singer-songwriters of her generation. Her soulful voice won her critical acclaim, scores of awards and fans from all walks of life, while her turbulent and decadent lifestyle made her an irresistible target for the press. In a time when photographs of Amy Winehouse in many states dominated the front pages, each new picture surpassing the last, as she appeared to incrementally crumble under the cocktail that was the magnitude of her success, it was her unique and heartfelt music that touched the hearts of millions of fans. Share her legacy.
     
     

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