There are early recordings that would probably never have seen the light of day had the artist lived. Which, of course, tells you something else about Amy Winehouse. Order by newest oldest recommendations. Nevertheless, Lioness: Hidden Treasures still tells you a lot about Amy Winehouse , albeit sometimes unwittingly. The shift in her vocals from the careful enunciation of her early material to the smeared, ragged voice on her later recordings is pretty striking. Presumably it was felt that was what was wanted by the audience Lioness: Hidden Treasures is expected to attract: not the kind of diehard fans who normally flock to posthumous collections of out-takes and demos, but mainstream record buyers, Radio 2 listeners, the Christmas market.