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Of course she should go to rehab

But like the troubled talents who came before her, Amy Winehouse made her pain part of her artistry

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / December 16, 2007

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Amy Winehouse, the 24-year-old British singer and songwriter who captivated music lovers in 2007 in ways both wonderful and calamitous, embodies pop's most seductive qualities - genuine soul and big trouble. This year marked the US release of "Back to Black," Winehouse's second album, a deep, witty collection whose lead single, "Rehab," is about not going. (Full article: 688 words)

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