Few people know that the late Brian Jones was the founder of the world’s mightiest, most enduring band The Rolling Stones. His musical innovations, as a blues lover and early adapter of world music, gave the Stones an unmatched fusion sound with blues, zithers, harmoniums, and wind instruments – whatever he could find he mastered. He was a superb and imaginative musician. He and Mick Jagger were school friends but the pressures of the ever-more popular band in the ’60s created an irreparable rift. They wrote songs together as Nanker Phelge, but that bond was broken in a series of tragic events. What She Said’ Anne Brodie spoke with Nick Broomfield about his riveting doc The Stones and Brian Jones.