Breaking News Sky - Winehouse 'Is Not Ready For Music'
Posted 02 May 2008 - 10:28 PM
as an artist there are times when you even try to do something but it doesn't work out.
that's a natural problem IMO.
That's not what I heard or saw in Mark's eyes. He always downplays Amy's problems even at her worst....not this time.
Things we didn't hear him say. Well, this really didn't work out, we weren't on the same page. But, we're starting on her new album next month..or whenever. He was just sad.
Posted 02 May 2008 - 11:36 PM
She's is mentally ill with a very bad drug problem can't they see that! God knows what's on her mind but it's not a new music or live performances. She probably do not even want to know where and when she is been booked to perform
Posted 03 May 2008 - 12:07 AM
I'm sure another label would roll the dice for her but can you imagine signing Amy if she stumbled in drunk?
All my moaning about her today is caused by fear. I'm really concerned she's going to piss her music away and very possibly her life.
She would be a loss on the level of Hendrix.
Anyway, have to take my limping cat to the vet. Later.
Posted 03 May 2008 - 01:13 AM
Off topic the guy that wrote this article is Steve Hargrave..thats my last name too...hmm..thats not a common last name...
Posted 03 May 2008 - 11:18 AM
Like many of you said- the news are disappointing but not really surprising. Right now I donÂ´t even know if there will ever be a third album of Amy. I just hope she can get herself together as soon as possible!
Posted 03 May 2008 - 03:40 PM
Amy Winehouse in Bond theme bust-up with Mark Ronson
3am Exclusive 3/05/2008
Troubled diva Amy Winehouse has dramatically pulled out of recording the new Bond theme after a furious four-letter bust-up with Mark Ronson.
The jazz babe let rip after hearing the final Quantum Of Solace track - which she's been working on with the producer - screeching: "It's f*****g rubbish."
Amy, 24, then stormed out of the studio in Henley, Oxfordshire, and the pair haven't spoken since.
And the bad-blood only intensified yesterday after Ronson went on TV saying that Amy was "not ready to record any music".
With a face like thunder, Ronson confirmed that work on the next James Bond theme had been halted.
When asked about the possibility of completing the project, he sniped: "I don't think so unless by some miracle of science it gets recorded and someone sings a vocal on it, so probably not."
The producer, who was behind Amy's hit album Back To Black, even appeared to play down the pair of them working together on her third album - despite Ronson having signed up.
"We tried to work for a little bit. I'm not sure she's ready to work on music yet," he said.
His comments provoked outrage in Amy's camp last night, with one aide blasting: "That is unhelpful, to say the very least." Adding: "Amy and the rest of the team are furious by what Ronson has said.
"Amy wasn't happy with the finished product and let her feelings known. The whole things smacks of sour grapes. Amy is more than capable of working at the moment despite a turbulent few weeks. In fact, throwing herself into her music is very much an escape for her at the moment."
Although the breakdown of their relationship casts doubt on Ronson working on Amy's third album, the producer has helped the star sell more than six million albums and amass a Â£10million fortune.
Her Back To Black album alone sold 5.5 million copies and was the biggest selling album of 2007.
Amy has had a nightmare couple of weeks - reportedly splitting with jailed hubby Blake Fielder-Civil. Blake is banged up in Pentonville prison for allegedly perverting the course of justice and will stand trial in June.
Amy's been rocked by rumours Blake cheated on her with model Sophie Schandorff, and there's been speculation she's dating Alex Haines.
A spokesman for Amy said: "Mark presented a track to Amy, but she had other ideas about the direction it should take.
"She has always made her own decisions about her music. Needless to say, this is part of the process between artist and producer and we're sure they'll continue to make great music together."
Can we have that in writing, please?
'Your song is f*****g rubbish'
'Amy's not ready to record music'
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