Singer Amy Winehouse died Saturday in London.
Her album "Back to Black," released in Britain in the fall of 2006, brought her global fame, according to her obituary by the Associated Press.
Working with producers Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi and soul-funk group the Dap-Kings, Winehouse fused soul, jazz, doo-wop and, above all, a love of the girl-groups of the early 1960s with lyrical tales of romantic obsession and emotional excess. In the end, her music was overshadowed by fame, and by Winehouse's demons.
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(with The Associated Press)