Friday, July 29, 2011

The posthumous album by Amy Winehouse, on the way

The death of the British singer will not, for now, the extinction of their music. According to sources in the record, Amy Winehousedejó recorded nearly a dozen songs that could see the light soon, if the family gives its approval. In early June, a source of Amy's label, Island Records, and the NME reported that it would be the third studio album by the singer was ready and waiting for the singer spent in Again, for rehabilitation.

It was expected to release the album after Amy went through rehabilitaciónAhora, again a source of the label says there are at least 12 songs ready to see the light in the coming months, but are not quite finished, but need to go through the production and mastering phase.

The same source explains queAmy Winehouse had spent three years working on new material and was ready to enter the recording studio: "Everyone thought it would be a good thing and a distraction from the other things she was dealing with." Apparently, Amy left the 'skeleton' of the songs and "people were very excited, because, frankly, they were really good." These themes sounded, he adds, "like a vintage Amy."

In November 2008, one of the top executives of Universal, which owns Island Records, had heard some of the cuts on the disk and the Music Industry Trust Awards, described as "sensational." However, the decision to publish any new song by Amy Winehouse does not depend solely on the label, but as The Guardian reports, you must have the approval of her parents and her management company.

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