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5 Best of… Amy Winehouse Covers

Image courtesy of Amy Winehouse's Facebook.

Yesterday marked the 5th anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s death at age 27. Her 2006 breakthrough album, Black to Black, was critically acclaimed and illustrated her larger-than-life vocal range that blew everyone away (her debut album was Frank). Winehouse’s songwriting skills were semi-autobiographical that showcase her vulnerability that are completely relatable and engaging.

The GATRS want to celebrate Winehouse’s life through her incredible music via some of our favorite covers she’s done from everyone from the Beatles to Lauryn Hill. Watch the videos below and see why we fell in love with her, to begin with, that voice.

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow by The Shirelles.
 

 

I Heard It Through the Grapevine by Marvin Gaye with the Modfather Paul Weller.
 

 

Doo Wop (That Thing) by Lauryn Hill.
 

 

Ain’t Too Proud to Beg by the Temptations with the Rolling Stones.
 

 

All My Loving by the Beatles.
 

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<p>Most important thing to know about me is that I’m a melomaniac and shameless fangirl. I am addicted to concerts, they are my sanctuary and safe haven. When I’m on the front row on the barricade of a concert… I feel that I am truly home.<br /> I’m also a proud and happy vinyl crate-digger. Whether it’s searching for vinyl at flea markets, garage sales, vintage shops… I am a sucker for the crackling of a good record when the needle drops on a turntable.<br /> I am a true Cancer with Moon in Cancer and ascending in Pisces.<br /> Also, loves dogs (especially my son Elvis) and quality food porn pictures.<br /> Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook: @youthquakermimi</p>