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The version of the song "Valerie" that featured Amy Winehouse is in the indie rock genre. It can also be classified as blues rock.


Yes the song by Amy winehouse can be sung by boys and has been Coverd many times by men.


"Valerie" is the name of the song.


Yes, there is: you can see the video in you tube. Amy Winehouse - Valerie (Baby J refix) Cheers.-


The Zutons. However, Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse covered it on one of their albums.


The last time Amy Winehouse performed the song "Valerie" was in July 2010 with Mark Ronson at a movie premiere. This song was originally recorded by the English indie rock band The Zutons.


Island Records Republic Records Universal Republic Records


It was sung by Amy Winehouse.....the original wasn't. That's the difference!


Biography - 1987 Amy Winehouse was released on: USA: December 2008


Amy Winehouse has confessed she is bisexual.


Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning.


Amy Winehouse died not her husband.


Amy Winehouse's birth name is Amy Jade Winehouse.


Amy Winehouse Fallen Star - 2012 was released on: USA: 1 February 2012


Backstage Pass - 2005 Amy Winehouse was released on: USA: 22 February 2007


Amy Winehouse had many problems. Winehouse was just found dead... ON MY BIRTHDAY!


Yes, Amy Winehouse was arrested several times.


Amy Winehouse lives in Camden North London.


Amy Winehouse was born on September 14, 1983.


Amy Winehouse did not die of an illegal drug overdose.


Yes Amy Winehouse did smoke cigarettes


No. Amy Winehouse died of accidental alcohol poisoning.


The cast of Amy Winehouse at the BBC - 2012 includes: Amy Winehouse as herself


Valerie - Amy Winehouse/ ZutonsRed Hair - Shawn Desman


Amy Winehouse released the song "Rehab" on October 23, 2006. The song has been covered by many artists, and is considered to be Amy Winehouse's signature song.



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