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Amy Winehouse release on its way
The singer behind the likes of Love Is a Losing Game sadly died last year.
The release contains four discs that go by the names of A Tribute To Amy Winehouse By Jools Holland, The BBC Sessions, BBC One Sessions Live At Porchester Hall and The Day She Came To Dingle.
As well as Rehab, songs like Tears Dry On Their Own, Valerie, October Song and Me & Mr Jones will grace the collection.
Winehouse's albums included Back To Black, on which well-known songs such as Tears Dry On Their Own and You Know I'm No Good could be heard. Among her hit singles were Valarie and Rehab.
The fresh boxset, home to much music instruments action, goes by the name of Amy Winehouse At The BBC. It is set to hit shelves the month after next, on the 12th.
Published by KT. Posted on 24 Sep 2012 17:02 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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