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 Hollie Cook who has tackled You Know I'm No Good.
Hollie Cook: "Prince Fatty [producer] and I were so sad at Amy's passing - all the reggae musicians we work with loved her and showed much affection. When we got together to record our version, it didn't feel right to do the song in an upbeat way. So Prince Fatty flipped it into a deep reggae blues. The sound of the storm and the mournful riddim section pound away while the ghostly melodica sets you up for the vocal and cellos. We all know Amy was a reggae fan and I think she would have approved of our version. It's a just big shame that we had to make it."
Interview by Matt Yates @MatthewYates1
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11:30 AM | 09/07/2012
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