Amy Winehouse At The BBC, a four-disc collection containing various performances of the late singer, is due to be released before Christmas.
Available to buy on November 12, the three DVDs and one CD set includes Amy’s earliest BBC Radio sessions, her first ever TV performances, as well as interviews, rarely seen footage, covers and live songs from albums Frank and Back To Black.
The set also includes an illustrated booklet featuring rare photographs and sleeve notes by the Sunday Times Culture’s Dan Cairns as well as the thoughts of BBC producer Mark Cooper.
Disc 1 is a DVD selection of recordings chosen by Later presenter, songwriter and musician Jools Holland, Disc 2 is a 14-song audio selection dating from 2004 to 2009, while Disc 3 features Amy’s Porchester Hall sessions.
Amy Winehouse – The Day She Came to Dingle (Disc 4), is a short film featuring an interview with the artist intercut with Amy delivering a 20 minute live performance recorded in December 2006 in a tiny church.