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Mick Jones, the guitarist for the Clash, gave an interview to The Independent (London) on his time with what Bono called the greatest rock band, as well as what he is up to now.
“Do I seem very distracted?” Mick Jones asks me quizzically, bottle of Becks in hand, as he looks up from the mixing desk in Metropolis, an expensive recording studio in west London. Not at all, I tell him. Though I can understand why he asks the question. The guitarist and Clash founder is, as he frames it, currently working on his “past, present and future”, and is under a certain amount of pressure. This not even taking account the new baby – his third girl – and recent house move: “I’m living out of boxes. I can’t even find my passport, so I can’t escape what I’m doing.”
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