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#1 i cried for you

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Posted 23 January 2019 - 02:54 PM

If Amy had released her 3rd album and then went on tour, which songs from Back to Black do you think she’d keep in her live set list and which would she drop? I think Me & Mr Jones, You Know I’m No Good, Just Friends, and maybe Tears Dry On Their Own. She’d probably do Back to Black every now and again and Rehab on special occasions



#2 MingusMonk&Amy

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Posted 23 January 2019 - 06:42 PM

The record company would probably have insisted on keeping all of the singles from the album in the set. I'd like to think that she would've changed all of the arrangements completely, to let the songs "evolve" as she used to say during the Frank-era. It would have been interesting to hear them in a more jazzy style, perhaps mixed with those early Jamaican traditions that she liked (calypso, ska, rocksteady). Perhaps some additional mashups like He Can Only Hold Her/That Thing. I would have liked to hear her do improvisations on Monk's 'Round Midnight.


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#3 winehouse.addict

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Posted 23 January 2019 - 07:55 PM

At times i was thinking that b2b was kind of a psychotherapy for her (just to say what she wants in her songs), and if she d do a new album she wouldnt sing it at all. This is something which is also supported by the fact that even in the movie it says that she didnt want to sing the songs anymore. BUT , she has also said that she did suffer for her art, and it s a fact that shed include songs from Frank when she released b2b. So i dont know 😂




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