Jim Jarmusch On ATP, Festivals, and Crystal Meth
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We also talked with filmmaker Jim Jarmusch, who curated ATP's Sunday lineup. "For me, it's a big release to be at a music festival," Jarmusch said. His chosen lineup included the Greenhornes, Black Angels, GZA and Raekwon. "There was a lot [of hip hop] I would have chosen, but I just had to go with the Wu Tang," he explained. Jarmusch also told us about getting his fill of massive rock festivals at Bonnaroo in 2007. "When the Police played, they shut down all the other stages, so I went to eat dinner," he said. "I have a problem when Sting takes his shirt off." Come back to rollingstone.com tomorrow to hear about Jarmusch's plans for an upcoming Stooges documentary.
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