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Can Amy Winehouse contend for final Grammy with Tony Bennett duet?

Can Amy Winehouse contend for final Grammy with Tony Bennett duet?

Just months before she died on July 23, Amy Winehouse recorded her final song -- a duet with Tony Bennett on the jazz standard "Body and Soul." Their joint effort is being issued as a single to benefit a foundation began in the late singer's name by her father. It  will also feature on "Duets II," Bennett's follow-up to his 2006 Grammy-winning disc, which will be released Sept. 20. "Body and Soul" was penned in 1930 for Gertrude Lawrence with music by Johnny Green and lyrics by Edward Heyman, Robert Sour and Frank Eyton. Since then it has been sung by the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra and Billie Holliday. Bennett and Winehouse recorded together at London's famed Abbey Road studios in March. Their combined effort is well worth a listen below.  It could sound like gold to Grammy voters who have rewarded both Bennett and Winehouse over the years. Bennett has won 15 Grammy Awards,

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