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Imagine - Sir Roderick Stewart: Can't Stop Me Now
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The veteran rocker invites Alan Yentob to his LA home to conduct an interview, in which Stewart looks back on a career spanning more than 50 years. He discusses working with acts like the Steampacket and Jeff Beck in the 1960s and his time with the Faces, whose offstage antics became legendary - as did the frontman's affairs with a string of famous women. His solo career propelled him to superstardom with songs such as Maggie May and Sailing, and while the 1980s proved to be less successful, his constant reinvention has given him a lasting career. Having more recently become known as a singer of American standards, he talks about recording Time, his first album of new material in almost 20 years.
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