It has been 10 years since Amy Winehouse died at the age of 27, a loss that feels impossible to grapple with a decade on; to celebrate her legacy, we’re taking a look at five of her best covers. 

It is too hard to write about Amy Winehouse. The one celebrity whose death has had a lasting cerebral effect. There is no musician that has beamed with such beautiful, gritty moxie. Amy was wayward and surly and temperamental and totally unafraid to lean into feminine heartbreak. Mourn for romance. God, I miss her so much.

5 Perfect Amy Winehouse Covers

‘’Round Midnight’ – Thelonious Monk

Amy’s take on Thelonious Monk’s time-honored 1944 composition appeared as the B-side to her second single, ‘Take the Box.’ It’

‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow – Carole King

Carole King is the master of writing bittersweet, yearning love songs. Amy leant her agonising vocals to King’s 1960 classic ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow’ for the Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason soundtrack.

After Amy’s death, collaborator Mark Ronson took her crushing original vocal track and backed it with sumptuous production from the Dap-Kings (who performed on Back to Black.) 

‘Monkey Man’ – Toots and the Maytals

As far as Amy Winehouse covers go, this is definitely the cheekiest, most joyful. Amy’s cover of Toots and The Maytals ‘Monkey Man’ featured on the deluxe edition of Back To Black. Her performance of the reggae classic at Shepherds Bush in 2007 is one of the greatest.

‘Cupid’ – Sam Cooke

Another off the deluxe version of Back to Black. A sultry, slow-burning ska cover of one of the greatest songs of all time (!!!!).

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‘All My Lovin” – The Beatles

A fresh-faced Amy delivers a gauzy, bossa-nova tinged cover of The Beatles 1963 classic, recorded for the Glastonbury Calling TV documentary in 2004.