Posthumous Amy Winehouse Album To Be Released
Amy Winehouse‘s father Mitch has promised that there was a “great deal” more music from the singer to come following her death in July, and on Monday Winehouse’s rep confirmed that a posthumous record is on the way.
The 12-track listing for the U.K. album, titled “Lioness: Hidden Treasures,” features alternate versions of songs you’ve heard before, new songs like Winehouse’s duet with Tony Bennett,and unreleased tracks.
A statement says that artists Salaam Remi and Mark Ronson worked closely with Winehouse’s family, management and record label to craft the album, which will be released in the U.K. on December 5.
The statement notes that £1 from the sale of each album will be donated to the Amy Winehouse Foundation, which was created to “help children who are suffering from economic disadvantage, who are ill [and] who are suffering with drug abuse,” her father Mitch has told CNN.
The track listing for the U.K. release of “Lioness: Hidden Treasures” is as follows:
“Our Day Will Come (Reggae Version)”
“Between The Cheats” (A new song Amy Winehouse recorded in London in May of 2008.)
“Tears Dry” (The original version Winehouse recorded in November, 2005.)
“Wake Up Alone” (The one-take demo Winehouse recorded in March of 2006.)
“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”
“Valerie” (The original version recorded in December of 2006.)
“Like Smoke” featuring Nas
“The Girl From Ipanema” (Recorded in May of 2002, this was the first song Winehouse sang when she traveled to Miami to work with Salaam Remi.)
“Best Friends” (Live version, recorded in February of 2003.)
“Body & Soul” with Tony Bennett
“A Song For You”