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Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (LP)

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0602517341289
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Original Release Year:
2006
Genre(s):
Funk, Soul, Pop, Rhythm & Blues, SoulRhythm and Blues
Artist: Amy Winehouse
Album: Back To Black
Released: UK & Europe, 12 Oct 2018

Tracklist:

A1Rehab3:32
A2You Know I'm No Good4:19
A3Me & Mr Jones2:34
A4Just Friends3:11
A5Back To Black4:00
A6Love Is A Losing Game2:35
B1Tears Dry On Their Own3:04
B2Wake Up Alone3:41
B3Some Unholy War2:21
B4He Can Only Hold Her2:44
B5Addicted2:42

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Amy Winehouse returns with her hugely anticipated sophomore album 'Back To Black!' This is the Platinum selling #1 UK follow-up to her platinum debut 'Frank,' which established her as one of the most exciting and challenging artists in pop music, on which Amy confirms, beyond any reasonable or unreasonable doubt, what a truly remarkable talent she is. While the girl-groups of the 60's to which she had become enthralled contained their vocals, Amy can break loose with Aretha-style vocal styling's on Just Friends or by turning the whole idea of drying out into a gospel spiritual on the stunning opener Rehab. Amy's refined song-writing approach and fearlessness as a lyric writer has been grafted into some of the most astonishing material of her short career so far. 'Back To Black' sees her teaming up once again with Frank producer Salaam Remi and, for the first time, with New Yorker Mark Ronson (Lily Allen, Robbie Williams and Christina Aguilera).

"Back to Black is the second and final studio album by English singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, released on 27 October 2006 by Island Records. Winehouse predominantly based the album on her tumultuous relationship with then-ex-boyfriend and future husband Blake Fielder-Civil, who temporarily left her to pursue his previous ex-girlfriend. Their short-lived separation spurred her to create an album that explores themes of guilt, grief, infidelity and heartbreak in a relationship. Influenced by the pop and soul music of 1960s girl groups, Winehouse collaborated with producers Salaam Remi and Mark Ronson, along with Sharon Jones' band The Dap-Kings, to assist her on capturing the sounds from that time period while blending them with contemporary R&B and neo-soul music. Between 2005 and 2006, she recorded the album's songs with Remi at Instrumental Zoo Studios in Miami and then with Ronson and the Dap-Kings at Chung King Studios and Daptone Records in New York. Tom Elmhirst mixed the album at Metropolis Studios in London. Back to Black was acclaimed by music critics, who praised Winehouse's songwriting and emotive singing style as well as Remi and Ronson's production. The album spawned five singles: "Rehab", "You Know I'm No Good", "Back to Black", "Tears Dry on Their Own" and "Love Is a Losing Game". It has also been cited as being a key influence to the widespread popularity of British soul throughout the late 2000s, paving the musical landscape for artists such as Adele, Duffy, and Estelle. At the 2008 Grammy Awards, Back to Black won Best Pop Vocal Album and was also nominated for Album of the Year. At the same ceremony, Winehouse won four additional awards, tying her with five other artists as the second-most awarded female in a single ceremony. The album was also nominated at the 2007 Brit Awards for MasterCard British Album and was shortlisted for the 2007 Mercury Prize. Back to Black sold 3.58 million copies in the UK alone, becoming the UK's second best-selling album of the 21st century so far. The album has sold over 16 million copies worldwide. A deluxe edition of Back to Black was released in November 2007, containing a bonus disc of B-sides and live tracks. Winehouse's debut DVD I Told You I Was Trouble: Live in London, released that same month, includes a live set recorded at Shepherd's Bush Empire in London and a 50-minute documentary detailing the singer's career over the previous four years. In 2020, Back to Black was ranked at number 33 on Rolling Stone's list of the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time"." - Wikipedia

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