500 Greatest Songs of All Time

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Amy Winehouse, 'Rehab'

194. Amy Winehouse, 'Rehab'

Writer: Winehouse
Producer: Mark Ronson
Released: March '07, Universal Republic
20 weeks; No. 9

Drawing on Winehouse's real-life struggles, this cheeky, sonically perfect salvo made the London diva a worldwide star. The huge, Motown-inspired beat featured Brooklyn throwback R&B band the Dap-Kings. "One of the best recordings ever," said Roots drummer Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson. "She's coming from Fifties and Sixties doo-wop, and they nailed that sound exactly."

Appears on: Back to Black (Universal Republic)


Photos: The Tumultuous Life of Amy Winehouse

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