Amy Winehouse's Bond song
Jun 20, 2007, 11:40 GMT
04/14/2007 - Amy Winehouse - © Landmark / Photorazzi
Amy Winehouse is set to sing the next James Bond theme tune.
The 'Rehab' singer could soon be following in the footsteps of legends like Dame Shirley Bassey, Gladys Knight and Tina Turner, after catching the attention of composer David Arnold.
Arnold, who composed the last three 007 theme songs, is so impressed with Amy's husky voice, he wants her to record the next Bond title track.
He told Britain's Daily Express newspaper: "Amy Winehouse did the best record of last year. I haven't asked her yet but I think she'd be good, although Bond songs can be a bit of a war zone.
"The next film will be in 2008 and we're almost finished with the script. The books are all done now so this one is going to be an extension of what happens to Bond, continuing the story from 'Casino Royale'. We haven't a title yet but anything without death, dying, tomorrow or dies would be fine by me!"
Earlier this week, Amy, 23, won Song Of The Year at the MOJO Honours List for 'Rehab'. The award - her sixth this year - follows the chart-topping success of her second album, 'Back to Black' released last year.
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