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It’s hard to say much about a young woman hell-bent on destroying herself, even when that young woman is supremely talented, but Brand manages to sketch out an affecting portrait: When I first met her around Camden she was just some twit in a pink satin jacket shuffling round bars with mutual friends, most of whom were in cool indie bands or peripheral Camden figures Withnail-ing their way through life on impotent charisma.
Even without the reference to “Withnail & I,” the great mid-eighties British comedy about unemployed actors, it’s a lovely sentence: precise and unsentimental.
All addicts, regardless of the substance or their social status share a consistent and obvious symptom; they're not quite present when you talk to them.
They communicate to you through a barely discernible but un-ignorable veil.
Since his death, Blanco’s mother, English teacher Sheila Blanco, has campaigned tirelessly for a police investigation into claims that he was pushed by one or more of the party guests.It is not preventable today.'We have lost a beautiful and talented woman to this disease. Or Kurt's (Cobain) or Jimi's (Hendrix) or Janis's (Joplin), some people just get the affliction.On July 23, 2011, at just 27-years-old, Amy Winehouse was found unconscious at her home in London’s Camden.Brand recalls his bemusement at hearing that Winehouse was a “jazz singer”; it struck him as “bizarrely anomalous in that crowd,” and “placed Amy beyond an invisible boundary of relevance.” The recollection is set into a broader portrait of addiction that includes an unsparing self-portrait: I was myself at that time barely out of rehab and was thirstily seeking less complicated women so I barely reflected on the now glaringly obvious fact that Winehouse and I shared an affliction, the disease of addiction.All addicts, regardless of the substance or their social status share a consistent and obvious symptom; they’re not quite present when you talk to them.
On the anniversary of her death, Russell Brand – who was a good friend of Amy’s – has spoken out about the danger of addiction and what he wishes he could’ve done to prevent her death.