After the tragic loss of English singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse on July 23, the Internet was ablaze with companies like Microsoft trying to make a quick dime off her name; celebrities like Russell Brand expressing their grief via personal blogs; and others asking why they didn't feel anything at all.
But for fans looking to cope with nothing more than Winehouse's sultry voice are in luck. Tony Bennett announced Wednesday that "Body and Soul," his collaboration with Winehouse, will be released ahead of his new album Duets II, which is slated for a Sept. 20 release.
The song is the last known recording by Winehouse, and all royalties from the release will go toward a foundation the late singer's father started in her name to offer assistance to addicts who otherwise couldn't help themselves.
Duets II will also feature collaborations with Lady Gaga, Willie Nelson, Michael Bublé, Norah Jones, and more, according to Bennett's website.