Posted 02 September 2013 - 09:57 AM
On the site of bmi is a list of songs RELEASED.
some I've never heard, you know where you can hear (or download)?
When my Eyes
Get Over it
Beath point to death
Posted 09 September 2013 - 09:07 PM
All I See is You
Built to Last
Ease Up On Me
Grip Ur Body
My Own Way
Past the Jewel
Very much doubt we will hear any of these unless there's another posthumous album released, or if someone somehow manages to leak these. It seems that the titles of some of these songs, such as 'Aces High', sound like some were meant to be on her third album.
Posted 10 September 2013 - 02:13 PM
Yeah they're rather strange names for a song! I'd love to know which ones of these are from the post Back to Black era. I'd take a wild guess that Aces High, All I See is You, Ease Up On Me and Past the Jewel are.
Posted 13 September 2013 - 05:55 AM
Posted 13 September 2013 - 11:31 AM
@Dialect I think you actually could be right, but I'm not sure if they're post b2b, but the numbers don't appear chronological and most of the songs with 59 at the front are written by Amy alone (bar a few) while most of frank is co-credited, the 59 prefixes showing her experimenting as a song writer on her own... Also she said in an MTV interview she had 'loads left over from her album' so maybe these were written and didn't suit b2b so shelved for next time.... Also anyone know why trilby and beat the point to death are not listed on her bmi page?
Yeah they could have just been left overs from B2B, however I just thought the title names like Aces High or Past the Jewel didn't sound like anything from her Frank or Back to Black days and more like new recordings, but you never know. Hope we get to hear them one day.
I was thinking about Trilby and Beat the Point to Death too. Maybe they were just songs of her messing around on her own and she bought her own studio time and they were never registered? I don't know if that would even happen but that's the only thing I can think of.
Posted 13 September 2013 - 01:44 PM
Posted 16 September 2013 - 12:35 PM
@Dialect yep I have a gut feeling aces high is the song Mitch is speaking about for sure due to the numbers. And I never considered the 59s as post frank till u pointed it out. Fin grenall ? Seems an interesting co writer also... Hoping we hear em.... Also check salaams page. Some songs are registered but have no Artists listed, hoping some of them are linked to Amy....and he registered them, but could be totally wrong...
It's all pretty interesting. Sharbek Stefan and Rowe Matt worked on 'All I See Is You' and 'Ease Up On Me' - they also worked with Amy on 'Do Me Good' so maybe they're actually a few old Frank recordings?
She worked with Ian Barter on 'Past the Jewel' and I'm pretty sure he worked with Amy on Frank. A lot of these do seem like old Frank songs however there's a good few on here that may be left over from B2B or post-B2B.
I really hope we hear some soon
Posted 17 September 2013 - 03:46 PM
Posted 17 September 2013 - 07:23 PM
Hmmmm, Had that 'hunch' a few days ago hey? anyways, Dionne rocks, she's actually confirming. Love Mitch but he seems to be a bit apprehensive about releasing new stuff, this doesn't make sense cos it will make money for the foundation which is obviously very important. In a ideal world ALL royalties would go to the foundation, but the record label (universal) I think are owed a return. Like when Amy dissed bono and they pointed out how U2 sales funded her records in the early stages before she went global mad successful. It's fair enough so they can discover new artists, plus they spent heaps on sending her family to St Lucia and such to 'invest' in new material. Rant over. BMI gives all us hardcore and other fans hope, pls pls release them Mitch or the record label, stop being c##ts. bless Dionne for this news xoxo.
I really hope they listen to Dionne I think Salaam could agree with Dionne with the short clip he teased the other day too.
Maybe they're just waiting a bit longer to announce something? I hope so
Posted 18 September 2013 - 10:48 AM
Posted 18 September 2013 - 08:13 PM
After reading that Mitch 'only realized how brilliant she was' after seeing the 2012 re-release of Amy's 2006 gig in Dingle, one of her most amazing performances, I've come to the realization that he might not even have a clue about alot of the stuff that she did or completed other than what was on her albums.
Yep, and it wasn't that long ago that he heard her cover of the beatles song all my lovin after someone linked it to him on twitter.
Posted 15 December 2013 - 09:48 PM
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users