Penny Lancaster; Universal Music GroupRock fans probably have heard the rumor about the ****** tryst Mick Jagger once had with David Bowie, but now Rod Stewart has revealed that the Rolling Stones frontman also tried to get him into the sack. In a new interview with the U.K.'s RadioTimes, Stewart says Mick once suggested that the two singers have group *** with Rod's girlfriend at the time, model Dee Harrington, and Jagger's then-wife, Bianca. However, Stewart says he wasn't interested.
"I've only done that sort of thing once in my life, with a couple of oriental girls, and it's not my thing," he admits. "I'm a romantic and like a one-on-one situation, candlelight and foreplay, all the old-fashioned things."
Rod also tells the magazine that he considers himself a superior vocalist to Jagger.
"Mick's a fine blues singer, but technically not as good as me," he declares. "He's made the best of what he's got, but I don't think he could do standards and he may not want to."
Despite his comments, Stewart insists that he feels no sense of one-upsmanship with the Stones legend.
"There's never been much rivalry between any of our generation," he maintains. "Well, maybe me and Elton [John] but that's friendly."
Rod also talks with RadioTimes about the possibility of reuniting with the other surviving members of his old band The Faces. He says he's up for doing it, but points out that it may have to wait until guitarist Ronnie Wood is free of his commitments to The Rolling Stones.
"Ronnie and I talk about it, and when The Stones finish -- Mick Jagger is several years older than me -- we'll have a window of opportunity if we're not [too old]," Rod reports.
For Faces fans who may be tired of waiting for a reunion, Stewart says, "Keep the faith. I've always looked on myself as one of a band and never sought a solo career."
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