Amy Winehouse’s ‘Live At Glastonbury 2007’ For 2LP Vinyl Release

The album captures Winehouse’s performance on the Pyramid Stage, her first of two at that year’s festival.

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Amy Winehouse - Photo: UMe/Island Records/BBC
Amy Winehouse - Photo: UMe/Island Records/BBC

Amy Winehouse’s Live at Glastonbury 2007 will be available on vinyl for the first time from June 3, via UMe, Island Records, and the BBC. It captures her performance on the Pyramid Stage at that year’s festival, 15 years ago this summer.

Winehouse’s show, her second at Glastonbury, will be released in a 2LP black vinyl set, with a crystal clear edition also available. They bring back to the fore one of the most memorable highlights of her all-too-short career, capturing not only her unique artistry and song craft, but the singer and writer’s trademark, between-songs banter and the sheer love for her emanating from the festival crowd. Highlights include “Rehab,” “You Know I’m No Good,” “Love Is A Losing Game,” “Valerie,” and “Tears Dry On Their Own,” as well as her cover of Toots and the Maytals’ “Monkey Man.”

Amy played a second set later the same day on the Jazz World Stage, and returned to the Pyramid Stage the following year, firmly establishing herself as part of the world-famous festival’s remarkable history. The artwork for the forthcoming release includes recollection of the performance by Glastonbury Festival’s co-organizer Emily Eavis. “Amy Winehouse was a Glastonbury-goer through and through,” she says. “She either came and played or, when she wasn’t working, came and camped. She played in the blistering heat and the heavy rain, and there were so many magical moments to her performances.”

Pre-order Live At Glastonbury 2007which is released on June 3.

The full tracklist for the 2LP release is:

Side A:
Just Friends
Tears Dry On Their Own
He Can Only Hold Her

Side B:
Back To Black
Wake Up Alone
Love Is A Losing Game

Side C:
Fuck Me Pumps
Hey Little Rich Girl
Monkey Man

Side D:
You Know I’m No Good
Me & Mr Jones


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  1. Peter Roe

    April 14, 2022 at 1:13 pm

    I don’t do vinyl- why no CD?

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