Amy Winehouse is a ground breaker. After buying 'Back to Black,' I immediately purchased 'Frank'. While the two albums feature different vocal ranges and stylistic approaches, I was more than hooked on both examples of Winehouse's vocal gymnastics. Winehouse goes from street to sweet almost seamlessley: she combines motown instrumentals, soulful bellows, and modern, sometimes adoringly dirty lyrics all in the course of a 3-minute tribute to such social staples as infidelity, juicy girls, and disappointing boy toys. Her songs lack convention, rigidity, and pretention. Needless to say, I'm a huge fan. Buy her albums. Make her famous. Demand a state-side venue. If nothing else, sample a song and try NOT to find yourself tapping/bobbing/dancing along.