Between 1969-1971, the world lost four…
- Posted on Aug 24th 2010 12:00PM by John D. Luerssen
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"It's going to take a few years," Jarmusch told Pitchfork during an interview to plug his forthcoming curator duties at All Tomorrow's Parties New York. "There's no rush on it, but it's something that Iggy asked me to do."
It should come as little surprise that the director is anxiously awaiting Iggy and the Stooges' ATP performance of their classic 1973 album 'Raw Power.' "There's a rule in my household that if Iggy is playing anywhere within 90 miles, we go," Jarmusch added. "I just saw the Stooges in London a couple months ago with James Williamson."
Aside from Pop, Jarmusch has worked with the likes of Joe Strummer, Tom Waits, Neil Young, the White Stripes and members of the Wu-Tang Clan during his illustrious film career.