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Cover of Amy Winehouse track debuted on Mark Ronson's radio show

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Beyonce and Andre 3000's cover of the Amy Winehouse track 'Back To Black' has surfaced online - scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen.

The pair's rendition of the song, which was recorded for the soundtrack to the forthcoming The Great Gatsby film, was debuted by Mark Ronson on his EastVillageRadio show. Ronson, who produced the original track for Winehouse's album of the same name, said it was a "wonderful take on our song" and added: "I'm flattered and honoured, I know Amy would be too."

Earlier this week, however, Winehouse's father Mitch said that he didn't think Beyonce's version of 'Back To Black' "brings anything" to the song and added: "I wasn't asked for my permission if they could record it. They have got to pay for the privilege, which is what they are doing. I can't tell you how much it is but it's a lot of money."

The Great Gatsby soundtrack also features The xx, Jack White, Florence + The Machine and Lana Del Rey. The album, which was was executive produced by Jay-Z and will also include his own new track '$100 Bill', will be released in the UK on May 6.

The full tracklisting for The Great Gatsby soundtrack album is as follows:

'$100 Bill' – Jay-Z
'Back To Black' – Beyonce + Andre 3000
'Bang Bang' – will.i.am
'A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)' – Fergie + Q Tip + GoonRock
'Young And Beautiful' – Lana Del Rey
'Love Is The Drug' – Bryan Ferry with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
'Over The Love' – Florence + The Machine
'Where The Wind Blows' – Coco O. of Quadron
'Crazy In Love' – Emeli Sande and The Bryan Ferry Orchestra
'Together' – The xx
'Heart's A Mess' – Gotye
'Love Is Blindness' – Jack White
'Into The Past' – Nero
'Kill And Run' – Sia


The Great Gatsby is in cinemas from May 17 and stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan and Tobey Maguire.


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