Add Winehouse tracks

SHAPING NEEDED: A source close to Winehouse's management said it was believed there were "masses" of material around, perhaps enough for more than one album. "Amy was a writer, she was always writing songs. She had studios at home and would create demos. It seems that she was singing and playing drums to the last." But the material was at a relatively early stage, he added. "They need to sit down with a producer and shape them into tracks." He understood the songs were not a "huge departure" from her previous work, and were thought to be personal and autobiographical. "I know her dad sometimes worried about her writing because she had to dig it out of her soul," he said. The decision to release any new material would have to be taken jointly by Winehouse's parents, her management and her label. (7/28a)