Amy Winehouse's Doherty duet
Oct 17, 2007, 12:30 GMT
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Amy Winehouse has teamed up with Pete Doherty for a new duet.
The 'Rehab' singer and the Babyshambles star recently recorded the track, which sees Amy showcasing her impressive guitar playing skills as well as her singing talents.
Pete's bandmate, guitarist Mick Whitnall, said: "It's a ska-type track. Amy's playing guitar on it and singing as well.
"She plays better than James Brown playing acoustic guitar. She thinks she's s**t but she's not. I've never met a man who plays like that, let alone a girl."
Pete - who recently left rehab after a six-week stint for drug addiction - is not the only star eager to work with Amy.
It was revealed this week George Michael wants to duet with the controversial 24-year-old star.
George said: "I have written a song for Amy and I hope she likes it. I would love us to record it together, but we will have to see what she says."
The 44-year-old singer - who like Amy has had a difficult relationship with alcohol and drugs - recently said Amy was the "best female vocalist" he had ever heard.
Prince is also a huge admirer of Amy and invited her to his Paisley Park recording studio in Minneapolis to record with him.
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