Amy Winehouse

Amy Jade Winehouse (born 14 September 1983 in Southgate, London, died 23 July 2011 in Camden, London) was an English singer and composer, known for her eclectic mix of various musical genres including soul, jazz, rock 'n' roll and Rhythm and Blues. Her musical formation went through listening to such jazz divas as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan; she was later influenced by contemporary metropolitan popular music as well. She represented a union of these aesthetics: a happy fusion of '40s jazz Read more on
Opening (edit)
Stronger Than Me
Poetic Finale (edit)
What Is It About Men (live at North Sea Jazz Festival)
Walk (edit)
Some Unholy War (Down Tempo)
Holiday Texts (edit)
Kidnapping Amy
Like Smoke
Tears Dry on Their Own
Seperacao Fotos (edit)
The Name of the Wave
Back to Black
Cynthia (edit)
Rehab (live on Jools Holland)
In the Studio (edit)
We're Still Friends (live at the Union Chapel)
Amy Lives
Love Is a Losing Game (live at the Mercury Music Awards)
Arrested (edit)
Body and Soul
Amy Forever
Valerie (BBC radio 1 live Lounge)
Live in Germany
Rehab (Live At Kalkscheune / Berlin)
Love Is A Losing Game (Live At Kalkscheune / Berlin)
Tears Dry On Their Own (Live At Kalkscheune / Berlin)
Take The Box (Live At Kalkscheune / Berlin)
Valerie (Live At Kalkscheune / Berlin)
Know You Now (live)
Stronger Than Me (live)
You Sent Me Flying (live)
I Heard Love Is Blind (live)
(There Is) No Greater Love (live)
In My Bed (live)