In this July 21, 2014 file photo shows musician and producer Mick Jagger at the world premiere of the film "Get On Up" at the Apollo Theater in New York. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)
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Song credits won't be the latest place to feature Mick Jagger's name.Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown," which debuts Monday (9 p.m. EDT). The rock icon said he was asked to produce the documentary before the film.AP: The documentary focuses on his music and activism, but it also touches on domestic violence, which was glossed over in the film.We could have made a whole movie (on), 'Was James Brown a drug addict and wife abuser?' but that's the negativity and I don't think you want to be ... white-washing people, but you don't want to be turning up their negative side. And really we wanted to explore James Brown the musician, the performer. AP: What other musicians would you like to do a documentary about?I'm doing a series on HBO which is very much music-orientated.AP: Are you going to appear on the HBO series?It's a story I worked on with Marty (Scorsese). ... It was going to be a movie and then we made it into a TV series.
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