The Jagger brothers have joined in a new video
Mick Jagger has appeared in a new music video with his younger brother – you can watch the moment below.
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The duet on the song ‘Anyone Seen My Heart’ appeared on Mick’s brother Chris’ latest album, ‘Mixing Up the Medicine’, which was released on September 10.
Speaking about the track and the seas behind it, Chris said: “I found this obscure poet named Thomas Beddows. I was reading this book by Ezra Pound, and he mentioned bedridden. I found this book named after him the book of death, in which he has written such strange plays.”
Tracks one and two from the album contain words inspired by bedadows. Chris continued: “He was a poet from Bristol, and his father knew Shelley, so he was coming right after Romantic poets. He was an alcoholic and committed suicide in Basel in 1849 by poisoning himself. He was only 45. I read some of his poems and took them and put them to music.”
You can listen to the new song here:
Chris also recently launched a memoir, i’m talking to myself, who arrived with their new album.
Publisher BMG said of the book: “It’s Chris Jagger’s turn to lift the lid on one of the most colorful and fascinating periods in British cultural history. He’s about to grow up among the bombs and ration books of post-war Dartford. Uncovers an inside story, weaves through the glittering underground of late 1960s London, and spends months in India before walking down that path.
“He covers the ups and downs of acting and film work, and explores his own unique musical adventures that have resulted in numerous albums and gigs around the world. Ultimately though it’s about a close family and deep brotherhood.” There is a confusing story of relationships.”
Last month (August 26), it was revealed that the Rolling Stones are still set to play upcoming US tour dates, as planned, despite the recent death of drummer Charlie Watts.
One Granthshala The obituary for Watts said: “He is understood but irreplaceable: there will never be another Charlie Watts.”