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amy winehouse if i do aint nobodies business unreleased live 2004

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#1 BagsNShoesJazzNBlues

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Posted 11 June 2018 - 08:03 AM

   Hey. I'm new to this forum, and while I know much more than most regular people would know on Amy, I don't know as much as you guys. Anyways, I was listening to a bunch of her unreleased songs and I remembered that I had downloaded the snippet of her cover of the song 'Ain't Nobody's Business' for some reason. This prompted me to search for it, and I eventually got into contact with Barbican Theatre (the theatre that hosted the Billie Holiday tribute concert at which she performed it). After a few automatic replies, someone e-mailed me saying that they were from the Barbican. Basically, they said that they didn't record anything from the concert, and that nothing was authorized to be recorded in the first place. So now, my question is: who did? Who owns it? I know someone said something about Sarah Elizabeth Cropper owning it, contacting her, and finding out who actually did own it, but, no offense, I don't really think I believe them. Anyways, if anyone has anything new on this song, let me know, because I know that it exists in a full version, I just need to find it,



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Posted 11 June 2018 - 08:10 PM

When looking at the file properties of the original snippets that Amy sang on, they have "Ain't Nobody's Business" labeled as 'Bille & Me CD 1 Track 2', "I'll Be Seeing You" labeled as 'Bille & Me CD 2 Track 15', and "Travellin'" labeled as 'Bille & Me CD 2 Track 16'. From the looks of it, they must have it all, on (multiple) CD's.


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#3 BagsNShoesJazzNBlues

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Posted 12 June 2018 - 01:52 AM

Then there's a reason they don't want them leaking. And there must be someone that we can talk to in order to find out more, and potentially even get the CD's/files containing them. Wondering where they even got the snippet in the first place. Maybe an attendee of the concert could help somehow?



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Posted 12 June 2018 - 01:23 PM

Wow, how strange that they are keeping their hands clean. I guess they don't want any legal issues. I'd love to hear the full version of Travellin', however



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Posted 12 June 2018 - 09:35 PM

A couple of years ago, a forum member did make contact with someone that was related with Barbican Music, and was told "The content will only be released with the permission of Amy Winehouse's estate manager".

This reply from Barbican Music would also make me assume that there must have been full recordings from that production, and somebody at Barbican was aware of it.

Here's a link to the forum post ...

https://www.amywineh...e-2#entry220557


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