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Amy Winehouse

1. BBC Tribute to Amy Winehouse (Avi)

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Stronger Than Me (2003)
Take the Box (2004)
Teach Me Tonight (2004)
Rehab (2006)
Tenderly (2006)
Tears Dry On Their Own (2006)
Monkey Man (2006)
I Heard It Through the Grapevine (2006)
Don't Go to Strangers [w. Paul Weller] (2006)
Love Is a Losing Game (2007)

Jools Holland presents a collection of Amy Winehouse's performances on Later, the Hootenanny and at the Mercury Prize between 2003 and 2007. Winehouse made her TV debut on Later in 2003 with songs from her debut album Frank. Like Jools, she loved classic jazz and blues singers like Dinah Washington and Sarah Vaughan, and the two Londoners hit it off. Amy returned to play with Jools's Orchestra at that year's Hootenanny, to Later in 2006 for the launch of Back to Black and to that year's Hootenanny to perform Toots's Monkey Man and duet with Paul Weller.

Back to Black was nominated for the 2007 Mercury Prize and Winehouse performed a heartrending version of Love's Just a Losing Game accompanied only by her guitarist - a fitting end to this celebration of the mercurial, brilliant and troubled singer in her prime. ---bbc.co.uk

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2.Glastonbury Festival 2008 (Flv)

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Tears Dry On Their Own 00:00
Cupid 04:22
Back To Black 08:42
Wake Up Alone 13:58
Some Unholy War 18:13
Love Is A Losing Game 21:37
Hey Little Rich Girl 24:16
Message To You Rudy 28:27
You're Wondering Now 32:38
You Know I'm No Good 46:53
Me & Mr Jones 51:55
Rehab 54:40

Amy Winehouse with band Live at Glastonbury Festival
Saturday night 29th June 2008

Glastonbury has played host to some of the biggest and best names in comedy this weekend – many of whom we at suchsmallportions.com have had the pleasure of reviewing for you – but the biggest laughs of the festival may well have come from an unexpected source. “Troubled singer Amy Winehouse” (as we are all contractually obliged to call her) was second billing on the Pyramid Stage on Saturday night, and – while her fiery-and-smoky-by-turns voice was on fine fettle – it was the between-songs banter, if such it can be called, that caught the attention. Rumours had been flying that Winehouse would be unable to attend due to health concerns – but it was her sobriety that was seriously at question, as she stumbled on stage with her trademark beehive swaying precariously. After slurring her way through a few segues, she decided the time was right to mention Blake Fielder-Civil, currently incarcerated – but, she said, expecting to be released in two weeks. Amusingly, someone in the crowd booed, and Winehouse, eyes flashing, turned on them – “who said that?” she snapped, “I’ll find you”, apparently building up to a death threat, “and take your phone and phone your mum and tell her about your manners. They cost nothing, you know”. Back to Fielder-Civil, she professed her love. “I’ve never fallen in love with a white man”, she said, “but this one hit me over the head with a cricket bat. That’s correct.” Apparently thinking that her husband’s jailors might not look upon this with kindness, she hastily added “not literally”. Comedy gold. ---Tom Chivers, suchsmallportions.com

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