7 Songs

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amy Winehouse's brutally honest storytelling needs little visual enhancement. She'll pour her heart out on a guilty bed (“You Know I'm No Good”) or strut through dark bars and vibrant street scenes (“Tears Dry on Their Own”). Sometimes all it takes is a retro filter ('60s monochrome in “Back to Black,” '70s grime in “Rehab”) to illustrate the timeless heartbreak of her songs.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amy Winehouse's brutally honest storytelling needs little visual enhancement. She'll pour her heart out on a guilty bed (“You Know I'm No Good”) or strut through dark bars and vibrant street scenes (“Tears Dry on Their Own”). Sometimes all it takes is a retro filter ('60s monochrome in “Back to Black,” '70s grime in “Rehab”) to illustrate the timeless heartbreak of her songs.

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