Amy Winehouse's father, Mitch, has announced that there's a lot more recorded material that could be released - possibly even enough for two albums.
Speaking to Daybreak, he revealed that the troubled singer recorded a number of song covers before she died of alcohol poisoning last July.
He admitted that "I'm not sure that there is much more."
"But I'm sure that we will get at least one other album out, if not two."
However, he has stated that only material that is deemed worthwhile will be released: "There is (sic) loads of covers, loads of them, but the problem is we don't wanna rip anybody off."
"When her fans are so precious to us we don't want to put out dross."
Lioness: Hidden Treasures, an album of rare and unheard Amy songs, was released last Christmas to critical acclaim and huge sales.
Mitch's new book Amy, My Daughter, was released today, and he hopes that it will quash rumours that she died from a drug overdose.
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