Amy Winehouse set for new DVD release

'I Told You I Was Trouble' film out this year

Amy Winehouse is set to star in her very own DVD, due for release on November 5.

The DVD entitled ‘I Told You I Was Trouble’ will feature a mixture of documentary and live gig footage.

The extended-length DVD captures highlights from the singer’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire gig earlier in April, as well as a 50-minute documentary including interviews with Winehouse and her father Mitch.


The DVD also includes an early acoustic version of ‘There Is No Greater Love’, behind-the-scenes footage, a selection of television appearances and a rendition of ‘Rehab’ at this year’s Brit Awards.

The full tracklisting is as follows:


‘Just Friends’


‘Back To Black’


‘Wake Up Alone’

‘Tears Dry On Their Own’

‘He Can Only Hold Her’

‘Fuck Me Pumps’

‘Some Unholy War’

‘Love Is A Losing Game’


‘Hey Little Rich Girl’


‘I’m No Good’

‘Me & Mr Jones’

‘Monkey Man’


Meanwhile, Winehouse kicks off her UK tour on November 12 in Manchester and will finish up in Cardiff on November 28.


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