Amy Winehouse’s inauspicious passing prior this year makes certain to mean her new collection Lioness will be a moment smash hit when it’s delivered on December fifth.
Lioness is an assortment of 12 new tunes and exemplary cover variants including her exceptionally appraised two part harmony with veteran singer Tony Bennett – ‘Body and Soul’.
Dominated by previous associates, Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, Lioness: Hidden Treasures, is, as indicated by sources, a fitting accolade for the artist and incorporates music recorded somewhere in the range of 2002 and 2008.
Notwithstanding, the news implies Amy fans can presumably anticipate another collection from her one year from now, covering the most recent three years of her life and the material she’d been dealing with in the many months before her demise.
Amy Winehouse – Lioness: Hidden Treasures
Lioness highlights 12 tracks including elective variants of recently delivered material, including demos of ‘Wake Up Alone’ and moderate forms of ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’ and ‘Valerie’, in addition to a coordinated effort with rapper Nas. HostArmada Black Friday
Lioness: Hidden Treasures. Full track list
- Our Day will come. (Reggae Version): Amy’s adaptation of the exemplary ’60s doo-wop track, created by Salaam Remi.
- Between the Cheats. New melody, recorded in 2008 for conceivable consideration in her new collection, created by Salaam Remi.
- Tears Dry. Initially composed by Amy as a ditty, here’s the first form she recorded in Miami, in 2005 in Miami with Salaam.
- Wake up Alone. Amy’s first chronicle for the Back To Black collection. A one-take demo recorded 2006 with Paul O’Duffy.
- Will you actually cherish me tomorrow. An extraordinary rendition of the Carole King-wrote Shirelles exemplary. Created by Mark Ronson in 2004.
- Valerie. A hindered beat adaptation of the Ronson-created hit single, recorded in December 2006.
- Like Smoke.Featuring rapper Nas: Produced by Salaam Remi. Recorded in May 2008.
- The Girl from Ipanema. A youthful and new, variant of the Bossa exemplary, from 2002, which was sufficient to persuade maker Salaam of Amy’s ‘exceptionally uncommon ability’.
- Halftime. A wonderful tune made with Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson of the Roots. Amy and Salaam had been taking a shot at Half-time since the Frank meetings.
- Closest Friends. A customary Amy set opener delivered by Salaam Remi.
- Body and Soul. With Tony Bennett: Amy’s front of the ’30s jazz exemplary, recorded with the legend Bennett. Recorded at London’s Abbey Road Studios in March 2011, this is Amy’s last studio recording.
- A tune for you. A deplorable and passionate rendition of the Donny Hathaway exemplary and another track recorded in a solitary take. This makes certain to be a future work of art and highlights just Amy and her guitar, recorded at home during spring 2009 during a broadly intense time of her life.
In the interim, elsewhere in the world, Amy’s top of the line 2006 collection ‘Back to Black’ keeps on expanding on the vocalist’s standing as a significant ability. Champ of 5 Grammy grants, an Ivor Novello and innumerable commendation from individual performers Amy’s after death new collection makes certain to be the soundtrack of numerous British families Christmas.