Amy Winehouse - Back to Black mp3 album

Amy Winehouse - Back to Black mp3 album
Contemporary R&B,Neo-Soul
  • Performer:
    Amy Winehouse
  • Title:
    Back to Black
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  • Style:
    Contemporary R&B,Neo-Soul
  • Duration:
  • Recording Location:
    Allido Studios
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1169 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1461 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1333 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Rehab Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 3:34
2 You Know I'm No Good Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 4:17
3 Me & Mr. Jones Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 2:33
4 Just Friends Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 3:13
5 Back to Black Mark Ronson / Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 4:01
6 Love Is a Losing Game Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 2:35
7 Tears Dry on Their Own Nickolas Ashford / Valerie Simpson / Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 3:06
8 Wake Up Alone Paul O'Duffy / Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 3:42
9 Some Unholy War Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 2:22
10 He Can Only Hold Her Richard Poindexter / Robert Poindexter / Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 3:19
11 You Know I'm No Good Amy Winehouse Amy Winehouse 3:22


John Adams - Fender Rhodes, Main Personnel
Nickolas Ashford - Composer
Troy Auxilly-Wilson - Drums, Main Personnel
Victor Axelrod - Clapping, Handclapping, Main Personnel, Piano, Wurlitzer
Harry "Rockbarry" Benson - Photography
Mark Berrow - Main Personnel, Violin
Dave Bishop - Main Personnel, Sax (Baritone)
Rachel Bolt - Main Personnel, Viola
Thomas Brenneck - Guitar, Main Personnel
Chris Davies - Main Personnel, Sax (Alto)
Shomari "Sho" Dillon - Assistant, Assistant Engineer
Liz Edwards - Main Personnel, Violin
Richard Edwards - Main Personnel, Trombone (Tenor)
Chris Elliott - Conductor, Orchestral Arrangements, Orchestration
Tom Elmhirst - Mixing
Cochemea Gastelum - Sax (Baritone)
Jesse Gladstone - Assistant Engineer
Isobel Griffiths - Orchestra Contractor
Binky Griptite - Guitar, Main Personnel
Dave Guy - Main Personnel, Trumpet
Peter Hanson - Main Personnel, Violin
Peter G. Hanson - Violin
John Heley - Cello, Main Personnel
Ian Hendrickson-Smith - Main Personnel, Sax (Baritone)
Vincent Henry - Celeste, Clarinet, Clarinet (Bass), Flute, Guitar, Main Personnel, Piano, Sax (Alto), Sax (Baritone), Sax (Tenor), Saxophone
Alex Hutchinson - Design
Joely Koos - Cello, Main Personnel
Sam Koppelman - Percussion
Boguslav Kostecki - Main Personnel, Violin
Andrew MacKintosh - Main Personnel, Sax (Alto)
Mike Makowski - Assistant Engineer
Perry Mason - Leader, Main Personnel, Orchestra Leader, Violin
Vaughan Merrick - Clapping, Engineer, Handclapping, Main Personnel
Dominic Morley - Engineer
Nick Movshon - Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
Everton Nelson - Main Personnel, Violin
Paul O'Duffy - Composer
Derek Pacuk - Engineer
Matt Paul - Assistant, Engineer, Mixing Assistant
Tom Pigott-Smith - Main Personnel, Violin
Anthony Pleeth - Cello, Main Personnel
Richard Poindexter - Composer
Robert Poindexter - Composer
Bruce Purse - Flugelhorn, Main Personnel, Trumpet, Trumpet (Bass)
Johnathan Rees - Main Personnel, Violin
Salaam Remi - Audio Production, Bass, Bass (Upright), Drums, Guitar, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel, Piano, Producer
Frank Ricotti - Main Personnel, Percussion
Mark Ronson - Arranger, Audio Production, Clapping, Composer, Engineer, Handclapping, Main Personnel, Producer, Snaps, Tambourine
Gabriel Roth - Arranger, Engineer
Steve Sidwell - Harp, Main Personnel, Trumpet
Valerie Simpson - Composer
Mike Smith - Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
Homer Steinweiss - Drums, Main Personnel
Neal Sugarman - Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
Jamie Talbot - Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
Jon Thorne - Main Personnel, Viola
Christopher Tombling - Main Personnel, Violin
Helen Tunstall - Harp, Main Personnel
Bruce White - Main Personnel, Viola
Katie Wilkinson Khoroshunin - Main Personnel, Viola
Amy Winehouse - Composer, Guitar, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals (Background)
Warren Zielinski - Main Personnel, Violin

In retrospect, Back to Black is not what it was when it first came out. Back then, it was a great album from a singer who was just starting to fulfill her considerable promise, both in her writing and in her singing. It was a tight, sleek, soul revival record; after the circumstances of her untimely death in 2011, it somewhat became a chronicle of a tragedy: like an accident in slow motion, you can see every little thing going wrong, and are helpless to prevent it. First single "Rehab" was a charming middle finger, now it is also a tragic missed opportunity. "Back to Black" was a musical little heartbreak, now it also sounds like a serious cursor of depression, what with its evocation of death and a bridge that would fit perfectly in a funeral. The thing is, the songs are so good, Winehouse so skillful, always keeping a lively spark just beating beneath the surface, keeping everything just on the right edge of life, that all this can only be said in hindsight. "Love is a Losing Game" and "Tears Dry on Their Own" are instant classics, modern standards for dozens of aspiring pop stars to sing during auditions and for aging balladeers to interpret when they'll inevitably try to prove the world they're still cool. Winehouse is so enticing and magnetic here, that In little more than 30 minutes, Back to Black has almost no time to waste on anything else other than her: the production (courtesy of Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi, indistinguishable), heavy on the brass and harmonizations, is focused mostly on her vocals, a smart choice that is doing more for the record than anything else could ever do.
This is easily one of my favorite records. The entire first side is just breathtaking. This is one of the best-produced albums I've heard.
(I am reviewing the Deluxe Edition)In much the same way that Janis Joplin's music left her damaged psyche out in the open for us all to hear, Amy Winehouse's fun-loving yet combative and complex personality bleeds out all over this sleazy, gritty double-album blending of soul, modern r&b, pop, jazz, and reggae. There is of course the 60s-tinged mega-hit "Rehab," which was as inspiring as it was worrying upon the record's first release, and has since been made tragic by the fact that this would be her final record before losing her battle with alcoholism in 2011. What follows is then a remarkably diverse album, showing the singer's many musical interests and her versatility. Whatever the genre, the recordings sound organic and full of immediacy, a credit to the producers. Winehouse's playfulness and toughness are evident on every track. The result is a double album which passes enjoyably and quickly on the surface, but must also now be regarded as a portrait of loneliness and despair.
Tavan25 6/5/16I love this album! Back To Black is so much better than Amy's 1st album! This album shows how Amy has grown and matured since her 1st album! The songs are fun and enjoyable! R.I.P. Amy!
Overrated pure shite... Nothing original or talented. A half assed attempt at the new Janice. An easy skip unless you like bland processed music with no flavor