Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse Reunite for Quincy Jones Album
Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse have reunited to record an upcoming album in honor of music industry legend Quincy Jones - two years after the pair was originally slated to start the project. The superproducer was at the mixing deck for Winehouse's 2006 global smash "Back to Black" and the pop star returned the favor the following year by singing "Valerie" for Ronson's covers compilation "Version".
Ronson was then due to return to the studio early last year with his muse to record a new version of Lesley Gore's "You Don't Own Me" for the Jones album, but that plan was dropped as Winehouse escaped to the Caribbean for an extended sunshine holiday.
But now the former collaborators have patched up their friendship and working relationship - Winehouse's father Mitch has confirmed the artists are busy working with Jones on the project. He says, "Over the weekend she did three tracks for Quincy Jones. She's doing great."
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