This secondary source is a recorded interview with MTV in New York. It was released in 2007 at the time Amy was touring in the USA. In the interview the reporter (Tim Kash) speaks a lot about Amy’s music and how she recorded albums etc. I think the target audience would have been fans of Amy Winehouse as they would have enjoyed watching her speak about different aspects of her music and also her mannerism as this may have made them feel closer to Amy.
A four disc album of live performances and articles written by the producers and other significant people who helped in the making of Amy Winehouse At The BBC. Featuring a tribute to Amy Winehouse by Jools Holland, BBC Sessions and ‘The Day She Came To Dingle’ a documentary with live performances. Released in 2012 over a year after Winehouse passed but includes performances from her whole career. From watching these performances and documentaries I will be able to use the information in this…
A tribute to Amy’s music and career released in 2008. Featuring rare performances, unseen interviews, contributions from friends, colleagues, journalists and experts. Although this wasn’t authorised by Amy herself I hope to find useful and reliable information that I will be able to use in my project.
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- AMY film was extremely upsetting but informative. -The subjectivity of Mitch Winehouse. After reading his book: My Daughter Amy I was very much 'on his side' as he presented himself as a good father who didn't have any affect on Amy's life/death.
http://www.theguardian.com/music/2013/jun/23/amy-winehouse-growing-up-sister NOTES: -brother stated that however famous you are you always came from somewhere -first article where Alex has spoken in depth and openly about his sister. - Alex and Mitch (amy's father) work full time at the 'Amy Winehouse Foundation'.
He had just started out in the industry as a manager when he first came in contact with Amy. They used to go out to a lot of gigs together and Nick explained how Amy knew a lot more about music than him. He also explained how he had to get Amy everywhere, if he didn't get her out of bed, in the car, drop her off, pick her up and even sit in the session it wouldn't happen. She had two motivations: it had to be fun and have a strong musical pull.