Duo Patch Things Up In Studio

Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson appear to have patched up their relationship, with the pair currently working on a track for the new Quincy Jones tribute album, it is reported.

The pair last entered the studio earlier this year in an attempt to write a theme for the new James Bond movie 'Quantum Of Solace'. However, those sessions were disastrous, with Ronson walking away from the studio with little work completed.

The pair are said to have patched things up, and are currently recording a song for a forthcoming tribute album to super-producer Quincy Jones. A music industry legend, Jones produced Michael Jackson's record breaking 'Thriller' album, amongst others and has won a record 27 Grammies.

According to source in British red top The Mirror, "Amy first met Quincy backstage at the Nelson Mandela gig in Hyde Park in June. He knew who she was and she was so thrilled to meet him. Her performance clearly impressed him - he was raving about her. This is just the opportunity she needs to show the world she has still got it."

It is understood that the tribute album will also contain tracks by Mariah Carey, John Mayer and Usher, amongst others. A release date is currently unknown.

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