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Amy Winehouse explains her falling out with Mark Ronson.

Amy Winehouse tells Ronson truth      


Amy Winehouse has explained how she fell out with Mark Ronson over the recording of a potential James Bond theme.

Rehab singer Amy also said how Pete Doherty reacted when she suggested the pair make a concept EP.

Amy told Rolling Stone:

“I played him [Ronson] tracks I liked, just getting the vibe, and he was like, ‘Amy, come, let’s work.’ He was really uptight.”

Producer Ronson and Amy were in Oxford working on the aborted sessions for a theme tune for the next James Bond film, Quantum Of Solace.

Amy said:

“He left after three days and I was like,

‘Breathe a sigh of relief, I’m in the country and I can write.'”

Meanwhile, Londoner Amy was on similarly honest form discussing her attempts to work with Babyshambles frontman Pete Doherty.

She said:

“I asked Pete to do a concept EP and he made this face, he looked at me like I’d pooed on the floor. He wouldn’t do it.”



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One Response to “Amy Winehouse explains her falling out with Mark Ronson.”

  1. The Amy/Pete-duet is really a natural thing to do for these two.
    I’m sure it will happen in one form or another – maybe some clever DJ will cut and paste something together and make it a huge hit.
    Maybe it’s time for Winehouse to move on from Ronson – after all so many clones of that style have been established that I think this whole retro sound won’t last very long anymore. I thought about that in my blog

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