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Jack White says his James Bond theme is “one of the most divisive things I’ve been a part of”

Jack White has spoken about his 2008 James Bond theme ‘Another Way To Die’, calling it “one of the most divisive things” he’s worked on.The former White Stripes musician wrote and produced the track – also featuring Alicia Keys – for Quantum Of Solace, which was the 22nd film in the Bond franchise. It reached Number Nine in the UK singles chart.Speaking on a recent edition of the Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend podcast, White acknowledged the mixed reaction to the collaborative song.“It’s one of the most divisive things I’ve been a part of,” the singer-songwriter explained.“To this day, it’s straight across the board.

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Mark Ronson has shared behind-the-scenes insight into working with Amy Winehouse – hear her demo vocal for ‘Back To Black’ below.Ronson was one of the late singer’s most influential collaborators, having produced her seminal second album, also called ‘Back to Black’, in 2006.Sharing a TikTok video of how they made the song together, Ronson said: “Amy came to my studio right here and we met for the first time and I instantly loved her and she played me all of this great Sixties music and she left and I got very inspired and I came up with this piano right here,” going on to play the piano riff from ‘Back To Black’.“The next day she came in and wrote these incredible lyrics which she scribbled in the back room,” he added, captioning the post: “All hail the lioness.”Watch the TikTok below.#stitch with all hail the lioness ❤️ ♬ original sound – Mark Ronson Last year, Ronson expressed regret over the way he treated Winehouse while she was at the height of her addiction issues.“Obviously, we had our ups and downs, and it was troubling,” Ronson told The Guardian. “I don’t know if I fully loved the way that I behaved around her.”The DJ and producer subsequently explained that he wished he had been more vocal in supporting Winehouse throughout her struggles.“When she was going through addiction, I wish I’d been a little bit more upfront or confrontational about it,” he explained.
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