Amy Winehouse Charts

July 29, 2011 by Post Team 

Amy Winehouse ChartsAmy Winehouse Charts, By Amy breaks American Graphics Back To Black Amy Winehouse has re-entered the U.S. charts at number nine a week after her sudden death. According to Music Week Music publishing business, the album sold 37,000 in the last number of days, while her debut in 2003 Frank also re-entered the Billboard 200 at number 57.

In the UK, the deluxe edition of latest album, along with the Back to Black / Frank double album were in the top 10 best sellers for the week.

The jazz singer has seven individual tracks in the top 40 in the midweek chart official singles.

His song Back Black is the highest position them with rehabilitation, the tears dry on their own and Love Is A Losing Game in the top 30.

Groups large and small across the country have been doing covers of her songs in tribute to the untimely death of Amy. During a concert last night Mark Ronson made a number of her songs at a show in London.

The British composer and producer, who produced her most successful album, he invited her former band members on stage for a version of Valerie.

Mark Ronson played the same song at the beginning of the concert with the man who wrote the song in the voice, Zutons singer Dave McCabe.

“She did the brilliant music, more than what you’ll do in my life,” he said.

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