Album Review: Amy Winehouse
  • WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2011

  • Posted by: Julianne Wagner

Lioness: Hidden Treasures is a short (45 minutes) and overall lacking posthumous collection of Winehouse rarities, covers, and deflated demos-- not so hidden or secretive, after all. This revelation comes tinged with a heavy side of guilt wrapped up in sadness as it points to the reality that Amy Winehouse, in her last years, was more taken with addiction than realizing her talent could inspire millions. As a portrait of a woman who did it to and for herself Lioness shows how she loved peril, loved love, and merely had to release herself in her own music.

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