Thursday, July 28, 2011

Amy Winehouse left numerous unreleased songs recorded

Amy Winehouse left numerous unreleased songs, but has not yet decided whether it will be announced, said people close to the singer died. The diva, 27, who had struggled with addiction to drugs and alcohol, was found dead in his London home on Saturday. Spokesman Chris Goodman said Thursday that Winehouse left "much" material, but has not yet discussed what will be done with it.

The singer recorded only two albums, but the study had been sporadic in recent years. In July 2010 announced it would introduce a new album in six months, but not completed. The Guardian newspaper claimed on Thursday a spokesman for the Universal label, not individually, have said that Winehouse left a dozen songs.

The producer Salaam Remi, who worked on two albums of the singer - "Frank" and "Back to Black" - and was involved with his new material on the radio told Power 105.1, New York, there was not much finished material and Winehouse's heirs had yet to authorize any release. "We were so turned on and is recording, but there are priorities," he said.

"We're trying to focus on what we have at hand and what your family wants to do." Undoubtedly there is public interest in any material from the singer. Sales of recordings Winehouse have skyrocketed since his death. In the U.S., digital sales of their songs rose 2,000% last week, according to Nielsen Soundscan, and "Back to Black" re-enters the Billboard chart in ninth place.

The company official said British music charts Winehouse will probably have seven top 40 favorite this week, to be announced on Sunday. Music critic John Aizlewood said the posthumous pieces can help or tarnish the legacy of an artist. "The record company is there to leave the musical legacy," he said.

"If you throw something obviously inferior, denied that legacy."

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