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Review of Back to Black   

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Camden native Amy Winehouse returns to the essence of raw soul on her second LP, keeping each song about the length of an old 45. The stripped-down and dirty pop sound of the short but sweet Back to Black oozes ’60s jukebox soul, without the spit and polish reserved for most R&B made today. Singing the praises of young, urban life, Amy shines, backed by a solid rhythm and horn section on the Mark Ronson-produced future classics “Rehab” and “You Know I’m No Good.”

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