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Even if you weren’t held by her eclectic charm, raspy voice and larger-than-life hairdos, there was probably an Amy Winehouse track that you’ve heard and hummed along to.
23 July marked six years since the English songstress died, and the world of music is still feeling her loss.
And in a week that has seen two other great musicians part us — South African jazz great Ray Phiri and Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington — it’s only fitting to remember these greats for their influence.
Thankfully, the internet has largely memorialised their works in glorious high-def video and audio.
For Amy Winehouse, this means a 46-track long playlist on YouTube put together by mrmalov.
It’s seemingly the longest Winehouse list available on YouTube, and covers some of her greatest hits.
From the 160-million viewed “Rehab” to the 217-million viewed “Back To Black”, this playlist is exactly what every Amy Winehouse fan needs in their collection.