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Video: Tony Bennett and Amy Winehouse "Body and Soul"

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Before Amy Winehouse tragically passed away on July 23, she recorded one last track with music legend Tony Bennett entitled, "Body and Soul". In honor of what would have been her 28th birthday, Bennett released the single and accompanying video on Wednesday, September 14.

The video is simple, without gimmick, and features the unlikely duo in the studio during a playfully spirited recording session. "Body and Soul" truly captures the beauty and talent that Winehouse once

possessed underneath her addiction and struggles. For fans all over the

world this final video certainly gives the artist a proper send off compared to the footage of her last public performance in Belgrade.

The track will feature on Bennett's upcoming album, Duets II,

available September 20. It is also available on iTunes now;

according to Winehouse's website,

all proceeds from iTunes sales will go to the newly-launched Amy

Winehouse Foundation.

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