The first Amy Winehouse posthumous recording has surfaced, as well as the first piece of Tony Bennett's Duets II album of standards has been found--that is, the one with Amy Winehouse on it, "Body and Soul." It's eerie, as most posthumous releases are; it's impeccably sung, as almost every Winehouse release or performance was even amid tragedy, and it's sincere (remember, Winehouse had a jazz background.) There isn't even much reason to feel off about listening--according to the uploader, a radio interview with Bennett played the snippet, and once it is released in advance, all proceeds will go to Mitch Winehouse's foundation. Earlier this month, Bennett told Rolling Stone:
She was really the best of all the young artists that I met in the current scene in the last 10 or 15 years. She was really singing true jazz. It’s just too tragic. I wanted to talk to her and tell her that if she doesn’t stop she’s going to die. I wanted to talk her out of the drugs, but unfortunately I never had a chance to talk to her.