Amy Winehouse: Back To Black, LP (Vinyl)
Amy Winehouse: Back To Black, LP (Vinyl)
€19.90
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Amy Winehouse
Back To Black

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • European Union
10-track album with printed inner sleeve
  • Universal Records
  • (173 412 8)
  • Island Records Group
  • (173 412 8)
  • 11 Tracks
  • UPC 602517341289
  • heavy item (300g)
  • M / M
  • virgin

tracks

A1

Rehab

A2

You Know I'm No Good

A3

Me & Mr Jones

A4

Just Friends

A5

Back To Black

A6

Love Is A Losing Game

B1

Tears Dry On Their Own

B2

Wake Up Alone

B3

Some Unholy War

B4

He Can Only Hold Her

B5

Addicted

Credits

Alto Saxophone
  • Andy MacIntosh
  • Chris Davies
  • Vincent Henry
Flute
  • Vincent Henry
Clarinet
  • Vincent Henry
Piano
  • Vincent Henry
  • Salaam Remi
  • Victor Axelrod
Celesta
  • Vincent Henry
Arranged By
  • Gabriel Roth
  • Mark Ronson
  • Chris Elliott
Conductor
  • Chris Elliott
Backing Vocals
  • Amy Winehouse
Baritone Saxophone
  • Cochemea Gastelum
  • Dave Bishop
  • Ian Hendrickson-Smith
  • Vincent Henry
Tenor Saxophone
  • Vincent Henry
  • Jamie Talbot
  • Mike Smith
  • Neal Sugarman
Guitar
  • Vincent Henry
  • Salaam Remi
  • Amy Winehouse
  • Binky Griptite
  • Thomas Brenneck
Bass
  • Salaam Remi
Bass Guitar
  • Nick Movshon
Cello
  • Anthony Pleeth
  • Joely Koos
  • John Heley
Bass Clarinet
  • Vincent Henry
Contractor
  • Isobel Griffiths
Design
  • Alex Hutchinson
Double Bass
  • Salaam Remi
Drums
  • Salaam Remi
  • Homer Steinweiss
  • Troy Auxilly-Wilson
Electric Piano
  • John F. Adams
Organ
  • John F. Adams
  • Victor Axelrod
Engineer
  • Dom Morley
  • Jesse Gladstone
  • Mike Makowski
Finger Snaps
  • Mark Ronson
Handclaps
  • Mark Ronson
  • Vaughan Merrick
  • Victor Axelrod
Harp
  • Helen Tunstall
Leader
  • Perry Montague-Mason
Management
  • Raye Cosbert
  • Paul Franklin
Mixed By
  • Gary Noble
  • Tom Elmhirst
  • Jimmy Wisner
  • Matt Paul
Percussion
  • Frank Ricotti
  • Sam Koppelman
Photography By
  • Mischa Richter
  • Alex Lake
  • Harry Benson
Producer
  • Mark Ronson
  • Salaam Remi
  • P-Nut
Recorded By
  • Derek Pacuk
  • Dom Morley
  • Franklin Socorro
  • Gabriel Roth
  • Mark Ronson
  • Matt Paul
  • Vaughan Merrick
  • Gleyder "Gee" Disla
  • Shomari "Sho" Dillon
Saxophone
  • Vincent Henry
Tambourine
  • Mark Ronson
  • Troy Auxilly-Wilson
Trombone
  • Richard Edwards
Trumpet
  • Dave Guy
  • Steve Sidwell
  • Bruce Purse
Flugelhorn
  • Bruce Purse
Viola
  • Bruce White
  • Jon Thorne
  • Katie Wilkinson
  • Rachel Bolt
Violin
  • Boguslaw Kostecki
  • Chris Tombling
  • Elizabeth Edwards
  • Everton Nelson
  • Jonathan Rees
  • Mark Berrow
  • Perry Montague-Mason
  • Peter Hanson
  • Tom Pigott-Smith
  • Warren Zielinski
Written By
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