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Primal Scream - Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) mp3 flac Performer: Primal Scream
Title: Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings)
Style: Country Blues, Blues Rock, Memphis Blues, Soul
Released: 2018
FLAC album: 1746 mb
MP3 album: 1903 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Rock / Blues

Tracklist

Ardent Outtakes
Jesus (Monitor Mix)7:15
Big Jet Plane5:33
Blue Moon Of Kentucky / Trying To Get To You1:22
Sad & Blue3:49
All I Have To Do Is Dream1:39
Everybody Needs Somebody6:06
Jesus6:42
Free (Early Rehearsal Sitar / Piano / Bobby Vocal)4:58
Big Jet Plane (Early Rehearsal Jam / Tom Dowd Instructions)5:15
Billy / To Love Someone4:48
Cry Myself Blind (Monitor Mix) / Big Jet Plane (Sitar Version)9:43
Memphis Groove (Improvised Song Jam)5:12
Cry Myself Blind4:53
Everybody Needs Somebody (Alternative Recording)5:55
Country Guitar1:30
Rocks3:51
Jailbird3:54
Call On Me3:26
Funky Jam (Original Recording)4:50
Call On Me (Monitor Mix)3:26
Jailbird Guitar1:08
Free (Bobby Vocal / Full Band Rehearsal Jam)5:46
Sad And Blue (Early Rehearsal Jam)2:30
Free6:55

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
19075815742Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(2xCD, Album)Sony Music19075815742Europe2018
19075815741Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(25xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Sony Music190758157412018
19075893602Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(2xCD, Album)Sony Music19075893602Australia2018
SICP 5837~8Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(2xCD, Album)Sony Records Int'lSICP 5837~8Japan2018
SDCI-82412, SDCI-82413Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(2xCDr, Album, Promo)Sony Music Japan International, Sony Music Japan InternationalSDCI-82412, SDCI-82413Japan2018
19075815741Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(2xLP, Album, 180)Sony Music19075815741Europe2018
19075815741Primal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up (The Original Memphis Recordings) ‎(2xLP, Album, M/Print, 180)Sony Music19075815741Europe2018
nonePrimal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up : The Original Memphis Recordings ‎(2xCDr, Album, Promo, Wat)Sony Music, LegacynoneUK2018
G 010003988070EPrimal Scream Give Out But Don't Give Up/The Original Memphis Recordings ‎(25xFile, FLAC, Album)Sony Music CGG 010003988070E2018

Album

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Comments: (5)
Carrot
If you like the original 1994 released Album, you should take this vinyl record. Sound is very good and the songs have more soul.
Burisi
I agree. I have always thought that this was their weakest album. It's challenging to get through this album from start to finish, whether listening to the original or remixed version. The Stones soul thing gets dull pretty fast. However, CD2 is better than CD one. Some of it is more stripped down and works better i.e the Free rehearsal. At least you can also hear Gillespie singing Free, which is a vast improvement. Allowing other people to sing his songs was a terrible decision. The backing soul singing is also quite hard to stomach. It's a good thing that they shifted gears after this and made the Vanishing Point, Xtrmntr and Evil Heat records. Now, that's a trilogy that further makes most of this one sound like middle of the road rock and roll.
Breder
This is all fine, and yes, obviously it's largely a big improvement on much of the original 1994 version of the album. However, it's still emphatically not an amazing album; the songs simply...aren't...that...great. It's Bobby and Company aping their Faces / Stones / 60s R&B and soul influences, bashful at getting to work with a handful of their musical heroes. But the songs, while charmingly sincere in their earnestness, are mostly slight on substance. There are pleasant riffs, good sounds, some catchy moments. But the songs themselves can't fit comfortably in the clothes they're being invited to wear. It's like a gawky, scrawny kid putting on an adult outfit. You can't make up for lack of substance in the songwriting department by blowing magic Memphis smoke on that outfit. It doesn't make it fit the group, it just makes it smell smoky.The type of historical revisionism exemplified by this release serves only to blow that magical Memphis smoke (and, obviously, cash) up the asses of everyone involved. Nostalgia f*cking sells. These type of "look, we have a lost album!" releases are now a pretty common thing from legacy acts in 2018. Why must nostalgia force bands to eventually trot out every unused studio take and dust it off, then treat it like it's a singularly beautiful blinding jewel? (And, even worse, expect us to be equally blinded?) It just isn't true, and serves only to erode the public's ability to decide on a realistic spectrum of artistic quality for all music and art. We're having a hard time telling what's good and what isn't these days, and I lay some of the blame on this sort of pillaging of the past for every scrap of value.GOBDGU was simply a retrogressive reaction to "Screamadelica." The group were highly drugged-up, worried that they'd be pigeonholed by the latter album's success, and they reacted against it by returning to their original mid-80s interest in rootsy, American-influenced garage rock and roll. It wasn't too far from what they were doing before the Weatherall-fueled rocket that was "Loaded," but, this time, they were granted the stamp of authenticity by dint of working with the Wrecking Crew, Memphis Horns, Dowd, et al. The overhauled / remixed version of the album they released in 1994 didn't do terribly well because the music-buying public didn't want that sort of thing (see also: Ride's "Carnival Of Light"), but the original Memphis mix would've done worse by far.(Side note: my favorite part of the 1-hour documentary on this album is when George Drakoulias says they gave him the three songs to mix/remix, and he said "I can either mix this straight and it'll be basically like a radio mix of just what you gave me, or I can go crazy and make it stupid, and they said 'yes, make it stupid'...so I did." Hahahahaha. No wonder the tracks he remixed sound more like Bobby fronting The Black Crowes.)Not everything is worth it. This release is a cool curio, and I'm happy to have heard it. I like it....but it ain't some great lost gem.
Zulkishicage
I like the Faces, but I definitely preferred the Small Faces, personally.
Dranar
The Faces were a massive influence on bands, London Choirboys around 1989 (they even had Steve Marriott's drummer),& the of course Black Crowes & Primal Scream, there is another "also ran" UK 1990 psych band that did that sound for a bit.Sadly many fans of these bands probably didn't find out about how great the Faces were.