‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up – The Original Memphis Recordings’. Out Now
October 12, 2018
Unheard and never before released, the Original Memphis Recordings from Primal Scream’s first ‘Give Out But Don’t Give Up’ sessions, are out now.
“I felt we went down there with such good intent, but somehow we lost our way afterwards,” frontman Bobby Gillespie admits. “There’s definitely a lesson to be learned about how creativity can go down the wrong track. We’re a band that constantly keeps moving and doesn’t look back, but, for years, I felt bad about us going to Memphis and not doing what we set out to do. Hearing these songs after all this time has made everything all right again. I feel redeemed.”
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