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Amy Winehouse’s legendary Glastonbury performance to be released on vinyl

"Amy Winehouse was a Glastonbury-goer through and through," said Emily Eavis

By Nick Reilly

Amy Winehouse at Glastonbury 2007
Amy Winehouse at Glastonbury 2007 (Picture: YouTube)

Amy Winehouse’s career-defining performance at Glastonbury Festival in 2007 is to be released on vinyl for the first time ever.

The release of Winehouse‘s ‘Live at Glastonbury 2007’ will mark the 15th anniversary of her’s Pyramid Stage set, which saw the singer delivering timeless renditions of tracks such as ‘Rehab’, ‘You Know I’m No Good’, ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’ and ‘Valerie’.

You can check out the latest track-list in full below.

Side A:

  1. ‘Addicted’ 
  2. ‘Just Friends’
  3. ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’
  4. ‘He Can Only Hold Her’

Side B:

  1. ‘Cherry’
  2. ‘Back To Black’
  3. ‘Wake Up Alone’
  4. ‘Love Is A Losing Game’

Side C:

  1. ‘Fuck Me Pumps’
  2. ‘Cupid’
  3. ‘Hey Little Rich Girl’
  4. ‘Monkey Man’

Side D:

  1. ‘You Know I’m No Good’ 
  2. ‘Rehab’
  3. ‘Me & Mr Jones’
  4. ‘Valerie’

Artwork for the vinyl will also feature memories of the set from Glastonbury co-organiser Emily Eavis, who said in a statement: “Amy Winehouse was a Glastonbury-goer through and through. She either came and played or, when she wasn’t working, came and camped. She played in the blistering heat and the heavy rain, and there were so many magical moments to her performances.”

The vinyl arrives on June 3 via Universal Music and will be pressed on 2 LPs, alongside a crystal clear edition which can be pre-ordered here.

Last year, the dress that Amy Winehouse wore during her final performance has sold for more than $243,000 (£180,000) at an auction.

The late singer-songwriter’s dress was part of a sale in the US of around 800 items from her estate, which raised more than $4million (£3million) for charity.

The halter neck mini dress was designed by stylist Naomi Parry and worn by Winehouse during her final show in Belgrade, Serbia, where she was booed off stage when she appeared to forget her lyrics, just a month before she died aged 27.