"While she has been recording in Henley-upon-Thames all she kept saying was how she is desperate to nail this track so it will be a classic like Goldfinger," the Mirror quoted the pal as saying. "The producers have said they want a contemporary feel with a typical Ronson brass sound. It's going to be a classic. And Dame Amy has a certain ring....," the pal added. has revealed that she is happy and excited about working in the studio again.
Winehouse received five Grammies in February and it looks like she will be receiving more prestigious music prizes. On Apr 21, the 24-year-old 'Rehab' singer received three Ivor Novello Award nominations, an award given in recognition of the best British song writing and composing talent.
Winehouse, who had taken home an Ivor Novello last year, is looking forward to making a new album with the year having been plagued by a battle with substance abuse and the imprisonment of her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil. "Winning Ivors for my songwriting have been some of the best moments in my music career," People quoted her as saying. "I'm overwhelmed to be nominated three times, let alone twice in the same category. It's come at a great time too. I'm excited to be back at work in the studio, enjoying song writing and making music again," she added.
Winehouse is up against herself in the best song musically and lyrically category with her songs "Love Is a Losing Game" and "You Know I'm No Good." Her song "Rehab" goes up against Beyonce and Shakira's "Beautiful Liar" and Mika's "Grace Kelly" in the category for best selling British song. The 53rd Ivor Novello Awards will be presented in London on May 22.