Amy Amy Amy: The Amy Winehouse Story ePub download
by Nick Johnstone
- ISBN: 0825636027
- ISBN13: 978-0825636028
- ePub: 1179 kb | FB2: 1677 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Arts & Literature
- Publisher: Omnibus Press (March 1, 2008)
- Pages: 146
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 646
- Format: mobi lit lrf doc
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Amy Amy Amy tracks Winehouse’s erratic journey to fame from her North London Jewish family home. Nick Johnstone is the author of 12 books including Patti Smith: A Biography, also published by Omnibus Press
Amy Amy Amy tracks Winehouse’s erratic journey to fame from her North London Jewish family home. Nick Johnstone is the author of 12 books including Patti Smith: A Biography, also published by Omnibus Press. He has written for The Guardian, The Observer, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, Uncut, Mojo, The Wire, Hot Dog, Melody Maker and Dazed and Confused.
Amy Amy Amy - The Amy Winehouse Story by Nick Johnstone 146pp, Omnibus Press, £1. 5. Given the extent of Amy Winehouse's success and notoriety, the only surprise is that it has taken this long for her to acquire such status. But acquire it she most certainly has, and by this time next year there will doubtless be half a dozen books of one sort or another dedicated to the telling of her story.
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Amy Amy Amy - Nick Johnstone. It was December 2007 and the photograph was shocking, as so many of the photographs of Amy Winehouse since have been shocking. Consider the facts at the time of this photograph that seems now like a prophecy of doom, the moment in the Amy Winehouse story when she crossed over from being a strong, opinionated maverick to being tragic: here was a supremely talented singer, songwriter, musician and performer, age 24, sitting at that young age at the top of the pile.
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Amy Winehouse's erratic journey to fame – from her North London family home, through her meteoric rise to stardom and the two seminal albums that captured the world – has been consistently tangled with her well-publicised problems with alcohol and drugs, self-harm and personal relationships. Her extraordinary musical gifts are often overlooked
Nick Johnstone's biography of Amy, titled Amy Amy Amy: The Amy Winehouse Story, explores her life before . Reading Amy Amy Amy is just like reading the tabloids. The interviews contain much hearsay, and several interviewees had very brief contact with Amy Winehouse.
Nick Johnstone's biography of Amy, titled Amy Amy Amy: The Amy Winehouse Story, explores her life before and during notoriety from a British perspective. He details the events that led her down fame's path and speculates about her personal demons. This is the first biography of the big-haired songstress, and so the book reads as hasty and formulaic. Nonetheless the reader is intrigued, driven to find out just what other crazy anecdotes Amy's life holds.
Amy Amy Amy tracks Winehouse's erratic journey to fame from her North London Jewish family home, detailing her meteoric rise to stardom, the two albums that catapulted her to the top and her death in 2011. Her well publicized problems with drugs, anorexia, bulimia and suspected self-harm kept her in the headlines, always threatening to obscure her undiminished singing talent