Photographer Jill Furmanovsky recalls, "I took live pictures of Amy Winehouse for MOJO Magazine at the Union Chapel in 2006. She seemed particularly happy that night and made references to a loved one (Blake) who was in the audience. After the show I asked Amy if she would mind me shooting a quick portrait. The road crew were loading out and a cold wind blew in through the open stage door. Amy didn't mind, she obliged by standing against the wall in the corridor, lifting her head to catch the light while the autumn leaves blew in."
Mencap's Little Noise Sessions were legendary gigs and perhaps this one most of all. Amy Winehouse on home turf and paying tribute to soul hero Donny Hathaway. The gig saw the singer cover Hathaway's 'We're Still Friends' and 'I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know'. Winehouse played the set drawing heavily from new album 'Back To Black' including 'Love Is A Losing Game' which she prefaced by saying : “This is my favourite song from the new album. I always get a little teary when I play it.”
Earlier, singer songwriter Mika played a selection of Broadway- esque pop including recent single 'Relax, Take It Easy', 'Billy Brown' and 'Stuck In The Middle'. The Beirut born singer said : “It's an honour to be asked to take part in this concert for Mencap.”
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At Rockarchive we carefully select the best print-type to optimise each individual photograph. We have chosen to print this image as a giclée fine art print produced in our London studio.
A giclée print is the most popular way of producing great quality collectable prints in the digital age. It is produced is by scanning an original negative. The image is then outputed onto the chosen paper using specialist inks to make a beautiful archival print.
This giclée print will be produced on archival 310gsm cotton based rag paper. Photo Rag paper is the most popular choices amongst professional printers as it produces high quality fine art prints with excellent clarity and depth.
Our prints are available in a variety of sizes. Please see below for specific measurements for the 'A series' of paper sizes.
A3 (11.7" x 16.5" inches) (29.7 cm x 42.0 cm)
A2 (16.5" x 23.4" inches) (42.0 cm x 59.4 cm)
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A0 (33.1" x 46.8" inches) (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm)
Please note all our sizes refer to the paper size of the print produced not the image size
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If you live in London we can arrange to get your print framed for you. Once the print is framed you can either collect it from our London Rockarchive Studio, in Kentish Town or we can arrange for it to be delivered to your London address (at an extra charge).
If you live elsewhere in the UK, we can arrange to get smaller sized prints framed and shipped to you. However due to postage regulations acrylic (eg perspex) rather than glass needs to be used in the frame.
If you live outside of the UK, we are sorry we are unable to ship framed prints to you.
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