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All Songs +1: Mark Ronson On Making Something Old New Again

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Documentary Seeks To Free Amy Winehouse From Her Tabloid Legacy

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The Music They Left Behind

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British soul singer Amy Winehouse was found dead at her London apartment Saturday. Winehouse struggled publicly with drinking and drug addiction. Shaun Curry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Troubled Soul Singer Amy Winehouse Found Dead

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