The singing sensation's set features live footage and a documentary
[b]Amy Winehouse[/b] is set to release her debut DVD in November.
[b]“I Told You I Was Trouble”[/b], out on November 5, features a documentary charting [b]Winehouse[/b]’s life over the last four years as well as a full-length concert film of the singer’s set at [b]London[/b]’s [b]Shepherd’s Bush Empire[/b] last April.
The DVD also features an early acoustic version of [b]“There Is No Greater Love”[/b] and a film of [b]Winehouse[/b]’s performance of [b]“Rehab”[/b] from the [b]Brit Awards[/b] ceremony this year.
The singer is reportedly due to go back in the studio to work on new material in the next few weeks, despite recent gig cancellations, a stay in a rehabilitation clinic and a widely-criticised performance at last week’s [b]MOBO Awards[/b] (September 19).