New Album Review: Amy Winehouse – At The BBC

This is a satirical review of Amy Winehouse with the usual News from Freddie Mathews in London about BBC, songs she sang like Rehab, Lullaby Of Birdland and other sounds originating from New Orleans and other tribute songs like Valerie and Love Is a Losing Game. Freddie Matthews writes from London: If you’re looking for the perfect story of self-destruction then you have come to the right place.

Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse's former Camden home sells at auction (london24.com) Everything ever recorded has become her life work in such a short period of time,  every demo, live recording and absolutely anything anyone can get their hands on, is now of critical importance.

Amy Winehouse died at the young age of just 27, on 23 July 2011, at her home in Camden, London.
Amy Winehouse At The BBC may be full of many songs you already know from the London soul. Track 5, Rehab, made  with such a prominent vocal.
Amy Winehouse

If you didn’t have the pleasure of seeing Amy Winehouse live this cd reflects upon many of her best performances like the perfect gig. It goes without saying that Amy Winehouse’s record label ‘Island’ will continue to release her music and they are also getting Amy Winehouse's Home Sells for $3.2 Million at Auction (rollingstone.com).

This collection of beautiful songs, by possibly one of the greatest voices of our time includes some of Amy’s finest material like: Rehab; Tears Dry On Their Own; Love Is A Losing Game; Valerie; and You Know I’m No Good.
At The BBC  with songs like Lullaby Of Birdland could have come from the New Orleans jazz scene in 1910, incredibly over 100 years ago.

It’s a wonderful collection and some of her finest recordings ever. It’s just a shame there will never be any more like this in the future.  A post made earlier today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally New Album Review: Amy Winehouse – At The BBC (stirringtroubleinternationally.com).

Our hope is that you enjoyed this satirical review of Amy Winehouse with the News from Freddie Mathews from London about BBC and the songs she sang like Rehab, Lullaby Of Birdland and all the other sounds originating from New Orleans, tribute songs like Valerie and 'Love Is a Losing Game'.