Back to Black is the second and final studio album by English singer and songwriter Amy Winehouse, released on 27 October 2006 by Island Records. Winehouse predominantly based the album on her tumultuous relationship with then-ex-boyfriend and future husband Blake Fielder-Civil, who temporarily left her to pursue his previous ex-girlfriend. Their short-lived separation spurred her to create an album that explores the themes of guilt, grief, infidelity and heartbreak in a relationship.
Amy Winehouse: Back to Black is a 2018 documentary film about English singer Amy Winehouse and the making of her second studio album, Back to Black (2006). It contains new interviews, as well as archive footage. Directed by Jeremy Marre, the film was first broadcast on BBC Four on 14 September 2018 (on what would have been Winehouse's 35th birthday) as part of the Classic Albums documentary series. It was released on DVD, Blu-ray and digitally on 2 November 2018 by Eagle Vision.
They tried to make me go to rehab," wails Amy Winehouse on the opening track and first single from her second album Back to Black. It's not typical pop song fodder, but Winehouse isn't a typical pop singer. If she winds up as popular in the . as she is at home in the UK, it'll be despite her reluctance to embrace the monotonous realities of promotional mechanics
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The story of Back to Black is one in which celebrity and the potential of commercial success threaten to ruin Amy Winehouse, since the same insouciance and playfulness that made her sound so special when she debuted could easily have been whitewashed right out of existence for this breakout record. Although Back to Black does see her deserting jazz and wholly embracing contemporary R&B, all the best.