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"And he said to me, 'How's Amy?' And I said, 'She's doing great.' And as I was talking with him, my mobile rang. I picked up the phone, and it was Amy's security guard, and he was crying, and he told me that she'd passed away." For Mitch Winehouse, Amy Winehouse (1983-2011) wasn't just one of the greatest jazz-pop singers of our time, she was his daughter. In this disarming memoir, he writes about the child, the woman, and the performer, drawing on his personal diary, and family stories and photographs. A striking close-up portrait of a soulful woman who died tragically young.