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100 1  Winehouse, Mitch. 
245 10 Amy, my daughter|h[Hoopla electronic resource] /|cMitch 
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511 0  Read by Rupert Farley. 
520    Candid, compelling, and heartbreaking-a father's story of 
       a talent taken too soon and a legacy that will live on for
       generations On July 23, 2011, Amy Winehouse's family, 
       friends, and fans around the world mourned the tragedy 
       that this remarkable, talented, and extraordinarily 
       generous young woman was now gone. A legion of dedicated 
       fans had lost their idol; a devastated family had lost 
       their Amy. With this difficult news came an outpouring of 
       love and grief from her fans, along with troubling 
       questions about Amy's very public struggles with drugs and
       alcohol, as people tried to understand how such a soulful 
       singer had been silenced so young. Now, in this intimate 
       and tender account, her father and confidant, Mitch, 
       offers an inside view of Amy's life as she lived it, 
       putting to rest once and for all the controversies that 
       have long surrounded her. Sifting fact from fiction, he 
       pre-sents a portrait of Amy unlike any other, detailing 
       the events and the people that shaped her youth-from her 
       mischievous childhood to her grandmother's Jazz Age 
       stories, to her father singing Frank Sinatra around the 
       house. Shedding light on Amy's musical coming-of-age, 
       Mitch explores how she honed her distinctive sound, 
       created her unforgettable look, and channeled her own life
       into hits such as "You Know I'm No Good," "Rehab," and 
       "Back to Black"-some of the most memorable and personal 
       pop music in years. While her beehive hair, larger-than-
       life voice, and outrageous personality made her famous, 
       her life offstage made her infamous. Here Mitch holds 
       nothing back about Amy's addiction to drugs and alcohol, 
       mixing the painful with the poignant as he describes the 
       realities of her dependencies and the toll they took on 
       the family and friends who refused to give up on her. 
       Revealing the truth about Amy's substance abuse and 
       dispelling many of the tabloid-fueled rumors about her 
       tumultuous marriage to Blake Fielder-Civil, Mitch exposes 
       the years of behind-the-scenes drama that consumed his 
       life and explains how, for those who knew Amy in her last 
       months, the greatest tragedy of all was that she finally 
       appeared to be conquering her demons. Filled with insights
       into Amy Winehouse's music, photographs from her life, and
       stories of the real woman behind the headlines, Amy, My 
       Daughter is an emotional journey into music, addiction, 
       and the unbreakable bond between a daughter and her 
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