Exhibition

Credits

The Design Museum would like to thank the following for their contribution to the exhibition Amy: Beyond the Stage

Amy: Beyond the Stage Credits

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PERFORMANCE WALL PROJECTION

‘Back to Black’
Performed by Amy Winehouse via livestream at the 2008 Grammy Awards, Riverside Studios, February 2008
Written by Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson
Produced by Mark Ronson
Assistant recording engineer Dom Morley
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘I Heard Love Is Blind’
Performed by Amy Winehouse on Friday Night with Jonathan Ross, BBC, March 2004
Written by Amy Winehouse
Produced by Salaam Remi
Source: BBC Studios
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘Take the Box’
Performed by Amy Winehouse at the 2004 Mercury Music Prize Awards Ceremony, January 2004
Written by Amy Winehouse and Luke Smith
Produced by Amy Winehouse and Jony Rockstar
Video courtesy of Mercury Prize
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘Stronger Than Me’
Performed by Amy Winehouse at Glastonbury Festival, June 2004
Written by Amy Winehouse and Salaam Remi
Produced by Commissioner Gordon
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘In My Bed’
Performed by Amy Winehouse at the 50th Anniversary Concert celebrating the Fender Stratocaster, September 2004
Written by Amy Winehouse and Salaam Remi
Produced by Salaam Remi
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘Take The Box’
Performed by Amy Winehouse at the 50th Anniversary Concert celebrating the Fender Stratocaster, September 2004
Written by Amy Winehouse and Luke Smith
Produced by Amy Winehouse and Jony Rockstar
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘Know You Now’
Performed by Amy Winehouse at Porchester Hall, London, March 2007
Written by Amy Winehouse, Astor Campbell, Delroy "Chris" Cooper, Donovan Jackson Earl "Chinna" Smith and Gordon Williams
Produced by Commissioner Gordon
Island Records / Universal Music Group

‘Rehab’
Performed by Amy Winehouse at the BRIT Awards, 2007
Written by Amy Winehouse
Produced by Mark Ronson
Island Records / Universal Music Group
Additional credits:
Dom Morley (Assistant Recording Engineer)

‘Valerie (feat. Amy Winehouse)’ - Version Revisited (album)
Performed by Amy Winehouse, Chris Elliott and Mark Ronson at the BRIT Awards, 2008
Written by Abi Harding, Boyan Chowdhury, David McCabe, Russell Pritchard and Sean Payne
Featured on the album Version (2007) Mark Ronson
Produced by Mark Ronson
Source: Columbia

‘You Know I’m No Good’
Performed by Amy Winehouse via livestream at the 2008 Grammy Awards, Riverside Studios, February 2008
Written by Amy Winehouse
Produced by Mark Ronson
Island Records / Universal Music Group

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STUDIO INSTALLATION
(in order of appearance)

1. Video – Amy Playing to Island Records Staff When First Signed
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

2. UK artist Amy Winehouse talks to APTN about her music and success
Source: AP Archive

3. Amy Winehouse - Love is a Losing Game
Performed by: Amy Winehouse
Written by: Amy Winehouse
Produced by: Mark Ronson
Island Records / Universal Music Group

4. Amy Winehouse - Metropolis Studio 2006

5. The Day She Came to Dingle
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

6. Thelonious Monk - Straight No Chaser 1965
Performed by: Thelonious monk
Written by: Thelonious Monk
Produced by: Teo Macero
Source: BBC Studios
Columbia/Legacy

7. Wembley Arena - Take The Box and In My Bed 2004 (HD) - Amy Winehouse
Performed by: Amy Winehouse
Written by: Amy Winehouse, Luke Smith
Produced by: Amy Winehouse, Jony Rockstar
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

8. Amy Winehouse interview - by Mtv.it (2004)
Source: MTV

9. Amy Winehouse - I heard love is blind (live)
Performed by: Amy Winehouse
Written by: Amy Winehouse
Produced by: Salaam Remi
Island Records / Universal Music Group

10. Frank Sinatra
Source: AP Archive

11. Dinah Washington sings a slow jazz classic behind her band on the Harlem Variety revue show in 1955, NYC. (1950s)
Source: Shutterstock

12. Sarah Vaughan’s 'I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good' from 'the day she came to Dingle’
Performed by: Sarah Vaughan
Written by: Duke Ellington, Paul Francis Webster
Produced by: Norman Granz
Courtesy of Sony Music Publishing

13. Soweto Kinch: The Engine Drivers
Courtesy of Soweto Kinch

14. Amy Winehouse - Stronger Than Me Acoustic feat. Femi Temowo, 2004
Island Records / Universal Music Group
Courtesy of Femi Temowo

15. Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett recording Body and Soul
Performed by: Amy Winehouse, Jorge Calandrelli, Tony Bennett
Written by: Edward Heyman, Frank Eyton, John Green, Robert Sour
Produced by: Phil Ramone
Island Records / Universal Music Group

16. Amy Winehouse - short interview (2003)

17. Carol King and James Taylor
Source: AP Archive

18.KRS ONE
Source: AP Archive

19.LL COOL J
Source: AP Archive

20. Busta Rhymes ‘Don't Touch Me’ Live at BET Awards
Source: Reuters

21. NAS
Source: AP Archive

22. Lauryn Hill
Source: AP Archive

23. Erykah Badu Next Lifetime live on Jools Holland, 1997
Performed by: Erykah Badu
Written by: Anthony Scott, Erykah Badu
Produced by: Tone the Backbone
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

24.Lisa Lopez posing on the 1999 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards red carpet
Source: AP Archive

25. Badbadnotgood & Yasiin Bey 2016
Courtesy of Badbadnotgood and Yasiin Bey

26. Ray Charles “Unchain My Heart”
Courtesy of Wise Music

27. Amy: In Her Own Words
Source: BBC Studios

28. The Ronettes - Shout. November 1965, in Larry Peerce' The Big T.N.T. Show before a live audience at the Moulin Rouge nightclub, Hollywood, California, U.S.A

29. Mahalia Jackson ‘Didn’t It Rain'
Courtesy of Malaco

30. The Supremes
Source: AP Archive

31. Aretha Franklin
Source: AP Archive

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STYLE WALL SCREENS

Elle Style Awards 2007: Arrivals and interviews (Video only)
Source: Getty Images

MTV Movie Awards at the Universal Amphitheatre: Arrivals (Video only)
Source: Getty Images

‘He Can Only Hold Her - Doo Wop (That Thing)’ Live at Shepherds Bush
Performed by Amy Winehouse Feat. Ade & Zalon
Written by Amy Winehouse, John Harrison, Richard Poindexter, Robert Poindexter
Produced by Mark Ronson, John Harrison
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

‘Fuck Me Pumps’
Performed by Amy Winehouse
Written by Amy Winehouse, Salaam Remi
Produced by Salaam Remi
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

‘Stronger Than Me’
Performed by Amy Winehouse
Written by Amy Winehouse, Salaam Remi
Produced by Salaam Remi
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

Amy Winehouse's performance at Nelson Mandela's 90th anniversary concert in Hyde Park, 2008 (Video only)
Source: Nelson Mandela Foundation, ITV

Amy: In Her Own Words (Video only)
Source: BBC Studios

‘Back to Black’ Official Music Video (Video only)
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

Brit Awards: Arrivals (Video only)
Source: AP Archive

Amy Winehouse - Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (Video only)
Source: BBC Studios

‘In My Bed’
Performed by Amy Winehouse
Written by Amy Winehouse, Salaam Remi
Produced by Salaam Remi
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

‘Love Is A Losing Game’ Live at The BRIT Awards 2008 (Video only)
Source: British Phonographic Industry

‘Back to Black’ live at MTV Movie Awards 2007 (Video only) Source: MTV

Live in Rio, 2011 (Video only)
Source: Reuters

‘Take The Box’ Live from the Mercury Prize Awards, 2004 (Video only)
Source: BBC Studios

‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’
Performed by Amy Winehouse
Written by Carole King, Gerry Goffin
Produced by Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson
Source: Universal-Island Records Ltd.

Lollapalooza Festival, Grant Park, 2007 (Video only)
Source: Live Nation

The exhibition has been organised in collaboration with The Estate of Amy Winehouse and supported by Pfeffer Family Foundation.

The exhibition

Amy: Beyond the Stage

Celebrate the legacy and creativity of one of the greatest musicians of our time, Amy Winehouse.

Background image by Studio Moross @studiomoross