Roger Daltrey and Paul Weller Talking Collaboration

04/02/2012
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(Gibson) The Who's Roger Daltrey hopes to collaborate on a new album with Paul Weller. The two musicians have been in conversation about a record "idea," according to Daltrey, and hope to "come up with something" in coming months.

"Paul Weller's been talking about an idea that he's been working on, which I'd love him to do," Daltrey said in an interview with the NME. "I've been very bad at finding material and he [has this] idea ... He's always said to me, 'Why don't you sing more?' and I always say, 'Find me some material.' So we'll see if we can come up with something."

Although they have never worked together on an album, Daltrey and Weller are longtime friends. They collaborated on a rendition of The Who's "Magic Bus" at the 2009 Hop Farm festival and again this week, as part of the U.K's Teenage Cancer Trust shows that Daltrey organizes. Weller is, of course, a longtime fan of The Who and has played "Magic Bus" regularly since his solo career started in the '90s. more on this story

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