(the vibes on this short video are just incredible)
It was ugly. The death of an artist rarely leaves people without an emotion, and the death of some polarize these emotions in rather violent fashion sometimes.
Rarely have people been so cruel on the passing of a star . And this was a fragile, erratic, wonderful artist with, yes, a terrible addiction.
Now that a few days have passed, it's time to go back and remember who Amy Winehouse really was, what an incredible singer/songwriter/talent we loose and how terribly tragic these recent years, and the medias, were to her.
This excellent Pitchfork analysis by Jess Harvell replaces Amy in context.
And it feels good.
The final word would be Oscar Wilde's: "A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal".