Amy Winehouse Canceled Out James Bond's Soundtrack Again
The news about Amy Winehouse's involvements on the new James Bond movie "Quantum Of Solace" soundtrack takes another twist. After recent reports claim that she is working on a song for the new Bond movie, a new confirmation stated that she won't be doing the project after all.
Musician and producer Mark Ronson who previously revealed to the press about Amy's involvements in the movie's soundtrack has now said the opposite thing. Mark denied his previous statements by saying at the time Amy was still not ready to start any recording. "Unless by some miracle of science it gets recorded and someone sings a vocal," Mark said.
The music producer's new statement is totally different from his earlier one that says Amy and him are indeed working on a song for "Quantum of Solace". Previously, Mark said to the press that they were making a demo for the new bond movie although he wasn't sure if it would be included or not. "Hopefully it will get used. We're working on it and we'll see happens," said Mark earlier.
Meanwhile, Amy reportedly was upset by Mark's statement. Through her representative the singer denied that she isn't ready to do a recording yet. "Amy and the rest of the team are furious by what Ronson has said, " Amy's representative explained. "Amy wasn't happy with the finished product and let her feelings known. The whole things smacks of sour grapes. Amy is more than capable of working at the moment despite a turbulent few weeks. In fact, throwing herself into her music is very much an escape for her at the moment."
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