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Lioness: Hidden Treasures

Amy Winehouse

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This album is Mastered for iTunes. This is the first official posthumous compilation of Amy Winehouse’s previously unreleased recordings. Her family chose the selections with help from production luminaries Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi. Lioness: Hidden Treasures opens with a cover of Bob Hilliard and Mort Garson’s “Our Day Will Come,” which was a 1963 hit for Ruby & the Romantics. Though Winehouse’s soulful vocal performance reflects the original’s, her band’s take on the song more closely reflects the 1971 reggae/lovers-rock version by The Heptones. Winehouse’s own “Tears Dry” and “Half Time” are top-notch cuts that sound as rich as any seminal Motown or Stax recording of yesteryear. She sings with palpable heartbreak in her voice on the gripping “Wake Up Alone.” Winehouse’s covers often seem like new creations; such is the case with the impassioned duet with Tony Bennett on “Body and Soul.” Other remade gems include a peppy take on “The Girl from Ipanema” and a rendition of Leon Russell’s “A Song for You.”

Customer Reviews

An Amazing Farewell Album From An Artist Taken Too Soon

Amy Winehouse died July 23rd 2011 at the age of 27, it shocked the world. Her music was original, oldschool and really great! She was so young with an old soul. She joins the list of phenominal musical talents like Jimmy Hendrix, Jannis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison and Brian Jones, Robert Johnson and Rudy Lewis. I was worried how this album would turn out, but they did a phenominal job with it!! Fans will be so happy with this album it's near perfect! The original version of "TEARS DRY" is remarkable! i prefer over the album version, Amy recorded it to be a ballad which i like better they later re-recored ip more up-beat. "LIKE SMOKE Feat. NAS" Amy is haunting on this track, although I wish it was more her and less Nas it still works! "BETWEEN THE CHEATS" is phenominal! "OUR DAY WILL COME" is a happy go-lucky track. Amy's head was obviously in a happier spot when she wrote this. I rate the album 5 out of 5! Fans will NOT be dissapointed with this album!

The Greatest of our Generation

I could not wait to buy this album although I have all her work already. This is the last of her music but her legacy has just begun!

The voice, the attitude, the raw and true to the bone lyrics, no other singer, British or otherwise, brings the energy she brought to music. Its ashamed adn very missed but at least she was able to bring to the world what she did. I have been changed by,and will always be grateful for it.

Thank you Amy!

This album is truly amazing! I've waited a very long time for this, and Amy does not disappoint! She was a true artist. Ever since I've listened to Amy Winehouse, I can't listen to any other singer.

Our Day Will Come: Beautifully sung, starts off sounding like "Just Friends", very catchy sound.

Between The Cheats: This would have A LOT of potential if it were finished, it surely would have been among Amy's best songs, unfortunately, it wasn't. But it still impresses me.

Tears Dry: This has a completely different sound from "Tears Dry On Their Own". It is much slower and more emotional. Even though I usually don't like other versions of songs, this is absolutely breathtaking.

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow: Beautiful, sweet and simple.

Like Smoke: Amazing vocals from Amy Winehouse. Nas killed it.

Valerie ('68 Version): I like the original "Valerie" better, but this is still very good!

The Girl From Ipanema: Really good!

Wake Up Alone: Some very small changes compared to "Wake Up Alone" of Back To Back.

Best Friends, Right?: Awesome song!

Body and Soul: I've never heard such a beautiful song. Amy and Tony are amazing together!

A Song For You: This is a touching end. Even though the lyrics and her voice are sometimes incomprehensible, but do just as she says in the song: "But now, I'm so much better, and if my words don't come together, listen to the melody 'cause my love is in there hiding."

RIP Amy <3

Biography

Born: September 14, 1983 in Enfield, England

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Much can be said about the late Amy Winehouse, one of the U.K.'s flagship vocalists during the 2000s. The British press and tabloids seemed to focus on her rowdy behavior, heavy consumption of alcohol, and tragic end, but fans and critics alike embraced her rugged charm, brash sense of humor, and distinctively soulful and jazzy vocals. Her platinum-selling breakthrough album, Frank (2003), elicited comparisons ranging from Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan to Macy Gray and Lauryn Hill. Interestingly...
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