The list of British Mark Ronson's illustrious clients keeps growing. He has co-produced and co-written songs for the albums of Amy Winehouse, Lily Allen, Robbie Williams and Christina Aguilera. He adapted a Bob Dylan song, Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I'll Go Mine), and for his own covers album, Version (2007), he wrote new arrangements for well-known songs by Radiohead, The Smiths, Coldplay, Kaiser Chiefs and The Zutons. The song Valerie, performed by Amy Winehouse, became a huge hit. For years Ronson was a DJ in the New York hip-hop scene. Because he was "bored" with present-day music, he started mixing his own versions of familiar pop and rock songs. Typical for Ronson's method, who currently tours with an eight-member band, is the timeless quality he gives to the covers. With the aid of "analogous" instruments (wind instruments and strings), in combination with style elements from the fifties and sixties (such as the Motown sound), he is able to create a very stylish form of nostalgia.