According to an insider's report, there was tension between Jagger and Damian Marley over their recording schedule, with Jagger preferring to record during the day: "It's incredibly challenging to get so many figures in the studio at a time that's agreeable to everyone. Damian's a night owl whereas Mick likes to hit the studio in the morning. They eventually reached a compromise where by they will record from 5 p.m. to midnight every day."
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Are Musicians that much different from Kindergardeners??
Mick Jagger and Joss Stone are teaming up once again for a duet for an upcoming charity album. Thesun.co.uk reported that the duo are working with Bob Marley's sons Damian and Stephen Marley, along with Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack composer A.R. Rahman and rapper Nas. Bono is also involved in the project which is being released on September 21st in honor of the United Nation's International Day Of Peace.