Our new issue, Q313, which has just hit newsstands comes with an exclusive Amy Winehouse tribute CD to go alongside our extensive cover feature on the late singer.
Get the magazine now to get your hands on a copy of Back To... Back To Black, but in the meantime we're showcasing a different act each day who have covered a track from the album, today we hear from Swindle who together with Baby Sol has tackled Some Unholy War.
Swindle: "I've loved Amy Winehouse's music since her first album, Frank. I remember the first time I heard her I was on the way to a wake in a friend's car, playing this album, and I heard her doo-wopping - I was blown away. Some Unholy War is my favourite track on Back To Black. I wanted to do something very different with it - Baby Sol did a great job with the vocal and my dad did the guitar solo. I usually only listen to old stuff from, like, 40 or so years ago because it's more real and soulful - but Amy gave us options."
Interview by Matt Yates @MatthewYates1
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10:12 AM | 13/07/2012
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