Rod Stewart is keen to reunite with former bandmate Jeff Beck after the two old rockers teamed up for a Los Angeles show in April (09).
The singer admits he's more likely to record something with his former Jeff Beck Group bandmate than he is with former supergroup The Faces - a reunion that fell apart at the beginning of the year (09).
He tells Rolling Stone magazine, "After the show (in April), I sent Jeff a list of songs I think we could record - Muddy Waters stuff like I Got My Brand On You and Hoochie Coochie Man.
"We're probably nearer to doing that than doing anything with The Faces."
Ronnie Wood, Ian MCLagan and Kenney Jones certainly aren't waiting for Stewart - they've decided to launch their own Faces reunion plans, beginning with a tribute show that will feature an assortment of singing fans.
Stewart says, "They're doing a show soon, because The Faces have been awarded some honour, like Greatest Drunks in the World. I can't make it, but there'll be a bunch of guests in my place."