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Amy Winehouse portrait done in pills by Jason Mecier
08.08.2011
07:22 pm

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An appropriate tribute to the late singer by the always fabulous Mr. Jason Mecier.

See more of Jason’s pill portraits here.

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DJ Kypski imitates Amy Winehouse’s voice with a turntable
08.01.2011
09:51 am

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Here’s DJ Kypski‘s impressive and lovely tribute to Amy Winehouse.

Equipment used: Rane TTM56, Vestax Contoller One

 

 
(via Testspiel.de)

 

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Amy Winehouse Teapot


 
The Amy Winehouse teapot by artist Charles Krafft and Mike Leavitt. As Dangerous Minds pal Adam Parfrey puts it, “Here’s how everyone can enjoy Amy Winehouse forever, and also pour poppy tea…”

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51 minutes of Amy Winehouse being extraordinary
07.24.2011
01:47 am

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When she was good, she was very very good.

Sometimes when you go real deep you forget to come up for air.

Update 7/24: Improved audio.

 
Thanks Rene.

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Amy Winehouse’s To-Do-List, aged 17
12.28.2010
10:08 am

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A selection of Amy Winehouse’s teenage lyrics and a “to-do-list” has been found in a “stash of dumped school books,” Britain’s Sun reports:

They also include diary entries the Rehab singer made when 17 in 2001, the year before she landed a recording contract.

In one Amy, who has fought cocaine and booze addiction, urges herself to “live like the bombshell I really am”.

In another she tells of her lust for a fella named Felix and writes: “There’s too much sexual tension.”

Amy, now 27, scrawled lyrics amid course work for an English Literature A-level. She wrote “Amy’s Songs” on the front of a red notebook.

Lines include: “I’m digging myself into a hole/These days I’ll just work when once I had so much soul.”

Another verse starts: “Drain my drink & order more.” And a third - “Find someone with whom I can come undone” - predicted her future with junkie BLAKE FIELDER-CIVIL.

The books were found in rubbish on a North London street.

Amy’s to-do-list includes: buy a flat, buy a car, buy a sunbed, get a gym membership - all of which pales into insignificance when compared to what Amy eventually did do.

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Amy’s youthful longing.
 
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The shape of things to come?
 
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Via The Sun
 

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