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Lyrics We Love highlights Amy Winehouse’s “Rehab” this week. Brought to you by American Songwriter and DittyTV.
Melding influences of jazz, soul, pop and R&B, Amy Winehouse was a fresh new voice when her first album, Frank, came out in 2003. Even though she only released two albums before her 2011 death, Winehouse maintained a consistent public presence for years, due as much to her image and lifestyle as her great singing. She is probably best known for her self-penned single “Rehab,” an autobiographical look at her refusal to spend time in a rehabilitation facility to kick her substance abuse problem from her second album, Back to Black, recorded when she was barely 23.
“Rehab” charted all over the world, reaching the top 10 in America and number one in some countries, selling millions of downloads and propelling Back to Black to the number two spot on the Billboard 200. “Rehab” was released in October 2006 in the UK and January 2007 elsewhere, and was a favorite among the younger demographic in particular, mostly popular for its dance-friendly production and its memorable They tried to make me go to rehab/I said no, no, no catchphrase. Many listeners didn’t consider the big picture of the lyric, or weren’t really capable of understanding the consequences of addiction. A real listen to the words shows that the song is about Winehouse’s life experiences, about her addiction, sadness and longing for companionship, with lines like I’m gonna, I’m gonna lose my baby/ So I always keep a bottle near and I don’t ever want to drink again/ I just, oh, I just need a friend. The last thing this song is about is dancing and having a good time.
In the book Amy, My Daughter, her father Mitch Winehouse wrote about how the song came to be written. In his words, recounting a conversation she had with her producer, Mark Ronson, she said, “’You know they tried to make me go to rehab and I said no, no, no.”’
‘“That’s quite gimmicky,’ Mark replied. ‘It sounds hooky. You should go back to the studio and we should turn that into a song.’ Of course, Amy had written that line in one of her books ages ago. She’d told me before she was planning to write a song about what had happened … but that was the moment ‘Rehab’ came to life … that day she wrote ‘Rehab’ in just three hours.”
The song won several statuettes at the 2008 Grammy awards, including the Grammy for Song of the Year, which was given to her as the writer. Ironically, Winehouse had to perform “Rehab” for the telecast via satellite, as she had been denied a visa to enter the United States because of her drug use. And in even more irony, the remix of the song with rap icon Jay-Z was a hit in dance clubs, where alcohol is generally part of the festivities.
Winehouse died in July 2011, another rock ‘n’ roll “death by misadventure,” in this case, death due to having drunk too much. She became a member of the “27 Club” – rock stars who have died at the age of 27, including Jim Morrison, Kurt Cobain, and Janis Joplin, to whom Winehouse sometimes drew comparisons, for reasons that are hard to understand since the two had almost nothing in common musically, and just both happened to be female singers who had substance abuse issues.
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After having broken my kneecap eight months ago I have spent a lot of time recovering with chiropractors and physiotherapists. I wanted to experience what it would be like to go to the worst possible rated chiropractor I could find in the UK. It’s safe to say I found the worst imaginable chiropractor who definitely deserves his one star rating! Not only was he terrible, but his treatments are dangerous. Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and thank you for all your support.
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What’s the difference between and osteopath and a chiropractor?
This is probably THE most common question I get asked as an osteopath working in North Finchley, London. Almost every patient coming in to the clinic asks this at some point during their treatments.
There is no clear cut answer to this question as there is a huge overlap between therapies, so this can only be answered in general terms.
The first main difference is with the philosophy of treatment. Chiropractors believe that problems around the body are a result of a subluxation in the spine. Therefore by adjusting the spine you can alter the signals travelling along the nerves. Osteopaths have a more global approach and don’t necessarily believe that the cause is always due to a dysfunction of the spine.
The second difference between osteopaths and chiropractors is in the assessment of patients. Chriopractors tend to be very technology dependent, with x-rays being the most commonly used equipment, but they also use things such as a Spinal Mouse or Posture Pro. After screening you with the equipment, you will be booked in for a second appointment where you will be explained the findings and the treatment plan. On your third appointment you will be given a treatment. Osteopaths rarely use such equipment, relying more on their case history, palpatory findings and orthopaedic testing to formulate a treatment plan. You will usually be treated within your first appointment when you go to see an osteopath.
The last main difference between osteopaths and chiropractors is the treatment itself. Chiropractic treatments are often very short, usually about 15 minutes and consist almost purely of adjustment techniques (clicking the joints). Osteopathic treatments last around 30 minutes and involve more massage work, stretching, joint mobilisations and of course the joint adjusments. Osteopaths believe that if you massage the soft tissues first then when it comes to adjustments the body finds it less aggressive.
Ultimately however, you need to find a practitioner who you get on with and who treats you in a way that suits your body. If you don’t feel comfortable with the practitioner or the way the treatment feels then you won’t respond as quickly.
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In this video we’re taking a look at 15 Celebrities you didn’t know went to rehab!
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In order to understand the struggle money and fame might bring, it’s best to take a look at those who have already achieved it. The moment money enters your life things change, your friends change and so does your environment.
If you’re not careful your entire life might spin out of control! These 15 celebrities are proof that with fame a lot of problems can arise, so it’s best that you seek help.
They are proof that if you really want it, you can turn your life around even from the toughest addictions.
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