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Jewy Tunes From Amy Winehouse?

Soul singer Amy Winehouse might collaborate with music producer Mark Ronson this year on a holiday album. Ronson told Rolling Stone magazine’s Web site that he and Winehouse have discussed working on a record with Hanukkah songs on one side and Christmas songs on the flip side. According to Ronson, Winehouse has written tunes with such titles as “Kosher Kisses” and “Alone Under the Mistletoe.” A little religion might be a good influence on the troubled songstress, who last year spent time in rehab and had run-ins with the law, and who continues to make tabloid headlines with reports of illicit drug use.

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