The singer, who tragically passed away aged 27 on Saturday, was in the recording studio with Tony Bennett when her last ever interview took place.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Winehouse seemed nervous as it was her first time in a studio for a while.
She said: "It's good to be in the studio with Tony. That's the only reason I'm here."
Winehouse and Bennett were at the Abbey Road studios to record a duet for Bennett's upcoming album Duets II.
Speaking to the jazz legend, Winehouse said: "I grew up listening to your records. You taught me how to sing."
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Winehouse also asked if she could have more than one take singing the track.
"Can we sing it again?" she asked. "I'm terrible. I don't want to waste your time. It's getting there, innit?"
Winehouse later confessed: "I'm my own worst critic and if I don't pull off what I think I wanted to do in my head, then I won't be a happy girl.
Revealing her plans for the future, Winehouse admitted that she wanted to work with contemporary British jazz acts Soweto Kinch, Jazz Jamaica and Tomorrow's Warriors, as well as record a "more purist" jazz album further down the line.
"I would love to study guitar or trumpet. I can play a lot of different instruments adequately but nothing really well. If you play an instrument, it makes you a better singer. The more you play, the better you sing, the more you sing, the better you play," she said.
At the end of the recording session, Winehouse told Bennett: "I'm so happy to be here. It's a story to tell my grandchildren, to tell their grandchildren, to make sure they tell their grandchildren."
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