We’re not so sure about how we feel about albums being release by people after they die but never-the-less we thought it was worth telling you that a new Amy Winehouse album is going to be released.
Amy Winehouse at the BBC is going to be a compilation album made up of all the late singers performances on the BBC. Digging deep into their archives it’s bound to throw up a few classic performances as well as a few lesser heard live tracks too.
In fact they’ve managed to dig out so many tracks that the album is going to be spread across four CDs with names such as Jools Holland helping to curate the finished product.
Released on 12th November the album will cleverly be released just in time to cash in on the Christmas market and it’ll no doubt climb straight to the top of the charts. Which might be what sits uncomfortably with us. What do you think? Let us know over on Twitter.