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Who wrote songs for Amy Winehouse?
|Title||Written by||Original date|
|Some Unholy War||Amy Winehouse||October 2006|
|Stronger Than Me||Salaam Remi, Amy Winehouse||October 20, 2003|
|Take the Box||Amy Winehouse, Luke Smith||October 20, 2003|
|Tears Dry on Their Own||Amy Winehouse||October 2006|
Who Wrote You know I’m no good?
You Know I’m No Good/Lyricists
How much was Amy Winehouse worth when she died?
Amy Winehouse didn’t have a will when she died According to Cheat Sheet, Amy Winehouse’s estate was worth around $4.6 million at the time of her death. As the singer had no will, her parents inherited everything, and her father Mitch was the administrator of her estate.
What music influenced Amy Winehouse?
On her musical evolution I liked Otis Redding from 14 or 15, but I listened to hip-hop and jazz for so many years. It goes jazz, soul, Motown, then hip-hop. Obviously, I’ve gone in the middle.
Did Amy Winehouse compose her own songs?
Winehouse’s debut album, Frank, was released on 20 October 2003. Produced mainly by Salaam Remi, many songs were influenced by jazz and, apart from two covers, Winehouse co-wrote every song.
Who wrote Beggin?
Is Amy Winehouse a boy?
Young Amy Winehouse was a rebellious girl. At age 14, she was expelled from Sylvia Young Theatre School in Marylebone, London. Amy Winehouse became the first British female to win 5 Grammy Awards on the same night, February 10th, 2008, including Best New Artist and Record of the Year for ‘Rehab’.
Did Amy Winehouse have missing teeth?
She has already lost two teeth and is risking gum disease and other appalling side-effects as a result of her excessive drug use, experts warned last night. Amy, 24, who cancelled her UK tour last week on medical advice, is seeing a doctor daily because of her poor health.
Who was Amy Winehouse idol?
Amy Winehouse’s idol Tony Bennett reveals he’s haunted by his failure to help her before she died.
Who was Amy Winehouse Favourite singer?
She was surrounded by Ella Fitzgerald and Thelonious Monk from early on, but it was Dinah Washington who made the most impact, and ‘The Swingin’ Miss D’ was by far her favourite record. Speaking at the 2006 Other Voices festival in Dingle, Amy herself described how she “learned to sing from Dinah Washington”.