Amy Winehouse Records 'Back to Black' with Mark Ronson in Doc Clip

(Radio.com) In a new clip released from the documentary Amy, detailing the rise to fame and untimely death of Amy Winehouse, comes film of the singer recording the single "Back to Black" in a New York City studio with producer Mark Ronson.

In the three-minute clip, Winehouse can be seen singing a cappella, headphones on, to the backing track as she lays down the song inspired by her on-again/off-again relationship with future husband Blake Civil-Fielder.

"It was just one of those serendipitous things," Ronson said. "I caught her at that magic moment. She was ready to get it going, that's why I couldn't understand what everyone else was saying about this procrastinating, troubled artist."

Amy is in select theaters now, with a wider release coming July 10. "Back to Black" came from the 2006 album of the same name, Winehouse's final release before her death in 2011. Watch the clip here.

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