“You can’t look at Iggy Pop without the words ‘punk rock’ or ‘freedom’ popping into your head. This is a guy who always did it his way.
“In addition to being a musician, my father used to work at The Record Plant in New York. He saw so many of the greats making records. He told me how Iggy Pop, at the end of a session one night, threw up all over the recording console. Now, that’s punk rock! [laughs] I think he blew out the entire day's worth of work.
“Raw Power has amazing songs. When my wife was pregnant with our twin daughters, we went to see Iggy play, and he did a couple of the songs from the album. I’m pretty sure that my girls were forever changed by that experience.”