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Amy Winehouse - 'Halftime'

A slice of laid-back, hipster soul

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Producer Salaam Remi says this “feels like Erykah Badu”, and he’s right. Recorded during the ‘Frank’ sessions, it’s a slice of laid-back, hipster soul that feels strangely detached from her enduring razor-sharp, heart-on-sleeve image, yet serves as another reminder of the power of those incomparable pipes.



Mike Williams, Deputy Editor

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