‘Amy Winehouse At The BBC’ Gets A Deluxe Reissue

‘Britain has produced a lot of brilliant female singer-songwriters and vocalists, but there was only ever one Amy Winehouse.’

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Amy Winehouse At The BBC

Amy Winehouse’s posthumous live collection, Amy Winehouse At The BBC, is getting a deluxe reissue on May 7, with a 3LP and 3CD collection chronicling the many remarkable performances by arguably the greatest and most genuine talent to emerge in British music in decades.

Originally released as a box set in 2012, this updated release offer audio-only versions of the songs featured on A Tribute To Amy Winehouse by Jools Holland and the BBC One Sessions Live at Porchester Hall, along with a number of tracks making their streaming debut.

“Stronger Than Me,” “Tears Dry On Their Own,” and “You Know I’m No Good” will be available on streaming services from March 24, while the video for “Stronger Than Me” will make its debut on YouTube. This comprehensive collection captures the unique relationship that Amy enjoyed with the BBC and encapsulates what made her such a captivating performer.

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Amy Winehouse At The BBC also includes Amy’s earliest BBC Radio sessions, music from her first-ever TV performances, as well as unheard gems, rarities, unique covers, and live versions of classic songs from “Frank” and “Back To Black”. The set also includes a beautifully illustrated 20-page booklet featuring rare photographs.

“This live CD shows all of her brilliance and promise, her command and vitality, and much of that is shown on the videos as well, which also focus on the time when the world seemed to be Winehouse’s for the taking,” wrote AllMusic in their initial review.

Like Amy’s three previous albums, this collection will prove, once more, a fitting tribute to her peerless artistry, phenomenal talent, and extraordinary powers as a songwriter, a singer, and an interpreter of classics.

Amy Winehouse At The BBC  is out on May 7 and can be pre-ordered here. View full tracklisting below.

Amy Winehouse At The BBC Tracklist:

A Tribute To Amy Winehouse by Jools Holland

Stronger Than Me (Later With Jools Holland/Nov 2003)
Take The Box (Mercury Prize/Sept 2004)
Teach Me Tonight feat. Jools Holland (Hootenanny/Dec 2004)
Rehab (Later With Jools Holland/Oct 2006)
Tenderly feat. Jools Holland (Later With Jools Holland/Oct 2006)
Tears Dry On Their Own (Later With Jools Holland/Oct 2006)
Monkey Man feat. Jools Holland (Hootenanny/Dec 2006)
I Heard It Through The Grapevine feat. Paul Weller and Jools Holland (Hootenanny/Dec 2006)
Don’t Go To Strangers feat. Paul Weller and Jools Holland (Hootenanny/Dec 2006)
Love Is A Losing Game (Mercury Prize/Sept 2007)

The BBC Sessions

Know You Now (Leicester Summer Sundae 2004)
Fuck Me Pumps (T In The Park 2004)
In My Bed (T In The Park 2004)
October Song (T In The Park 2004)
Rehab (Pete Mitchell 2006)
You Know I’m No Good (Jo Whiley Live Lounge 2007)
Just Friends (Big Band Special 2009)
Love Is A Losing Game (Jools Holland 2009)
Tears Dry On Their Own (Jo Whiley Live Lounge 2007)
Best Friends, Right? (Leicester Summer Sundae 2004)
I Should Care (The Stables 2004)
Lullaby Of Birdland (The Stables 2004)
Valerie (Jo Whiley Live Lounge 2007)
To Know Him Is To Love Him (Pete Mitchell 2006)

BBC One Sessions Live At Porchester Hall

Know You Now (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Tears Dry On Their Own (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
You Know I’m No Good (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Just Friends (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
He Can Only Hold Her (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
I Heard Love Is Blind (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Rehab (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Take The Box (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Some Unholy War (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Back To Black (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Valerie (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Addicted (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Me & Mr Jones (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)
Monkey Man (Live At Porchester Hall/2007)

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  1. Ian S

    May 27, 2021 at 6:14 am

    Does this vinyl box of Amy At The BBC come with digital download card? Why hasn’t the music industry made it standard with every vinyl release. It has become a turn off from buying vinyl, the lottery attitude of some do, some don’t isn’t endearing to music fans.

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