Tim Whitby, Getty Images Rod Stewart was worried. If he was going to use…
- Posted on Feb 2nd 2011 11:00AM by John D. Luerssen
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"Jeff and I had lunch together just before Christmas," Stewart told Rolling Stone. "He's going up to record some tracks with his band in February in San Francisco and to send them over to me, so we're making progress."
Prior to 'Flash,' the pair previously teamed on the late 1960s sets 'Truth' and 'Beck-ola.' "They have some really clever things planned," Stewart's manager Arnold Stiefel added. "It's mind-f---ing stuff."
Beck and Stewart reunited in 2009 to perform their Mayfield cover at a Beck concert held at the El Rey theatre in Los Angeles. The album would be Stewart's first bona-fide rock project in years. For much of the past decade he has sustained on the strength of his 'American Songbook' standards collections.
Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck's 'People Get Ready'