The fact that Amy Winehouse's vocal qualities have not changed one bit since her last studio recording in 2007 means that she has been consistently doing hard drugs for much longer than she has been publicly scrutinized for it. In any event, Quincy Jones felt it prudent to take the crack-happy soul singer into the studio for his star studded new project, Q: Soul Train Bossa Nostra. Winehouse's contribution is a Mark Ronson produced cover of Leslie Gore's "It's My Party", and it proves she hasn't lost any of her bite even after a few turbulent years.
We'll see what else Winehouse has to offer 2011 besides tabloid headlines. [via] -joe puglisi