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Laurie Anderson is an American multimedia artist who first came to prominence in the early 1980s with her performance art pieces. Anderson is also a musician and composer whose work has been featured in films, on stage, and on television.


Amy Jade Winehouse was an English singer-songwriter. She was known for her deep, soulful voice and her eclectic mix of musical styles including soul, jazz, R&B, and pop. Winehouse's debut album, "Frank" (2003), was a critical success in the UK and was nominated for the Mercury Prize. Her second album, "Back to Black" (2006), led to five Grammy Awards nominations and won three, including Album of the Year. 


Laurie Anderson and Amy Winehouse both shared an admiration for each other's work, but never officially collaborated on any music together. In 2007, Anderson said of Winehouse: "I think she’s amazing. I love her voice, I love the way she writes songs and I think she’s a great performer." Winehouse was also a fan of Anderson's work, citing her as one of her favorite artists in interviews.

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