T in the Park
Posted 14 July 2008 - 03:42 AM
It's called poetic license.. you wrote it.. you can screw with it to your heart's content... it's her guilty pleasure.
Posted 14 July 2008 - 08:13 AM
Bruised, battered and desparate for a fag she may be, but Amy is our 21st Century Piaf: flawed yet fabulous, tormented yet towering. Think of her this way and hope that the still remarkably young woman under the eyeliner thinks that way too. - Jude Rogers, The Word
Posted 14 July 2008 - 09:46 AM
It's called poetic license.. you wrote it.. you can screw with it to your heart's content... it's her guilty pleasure.[/quote]
yeah i agree, i like the way she messes with the songs, makes them sound different everytime obvioulsy it gets boring singing the same thing all the time, so she changes it abit.. i think some people interpritate this for her messin up or been drunk or summin tho, when really she changes it all the time
Posted 14 July 2008 - 10:24 AM
Posted 14 July 2008 - 02:05 PM
Altering the melody and the lyrics is one thing, but being out of tune and tempo is another very different. I love when she improvises that's what jazz (her roots) are all about and I'm a freak when it comes to all kind of improvisations but you have to do it on tune, otherwise it's pants.
Yep, that's what she does, flies by the seat of her pants!
"It's open-heart surgery set to music" - Sunday Herald article by Peter Ross Jan 7/07
"Be kinder than necessary...because everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle." - Anon.
Posted 15 July 2008 - 04:47 PM
AMY WINEHOUSE shunned the free booze backstage at her T In The Park gig at the weekend.
While her band were knocking back Bacardi Mojitos, Wino, 24, stuck to the fruit juice, veggie curry and chocolate pudding she’d asked for.
She seemed to be enjoying the realisation that the world isn’t actually a blurry, trembling mess.
Welcome to sobriety, Amy.
Really? haha i really hope this is true
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