The Dixie-Narco EP is an extended play by the British band Primal Scream, released in February 1992 on Creation Records. Recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, this is the only official Primal Scream release to contain the song "Screamadelica", which was not used on their Screamadelica album ("Movin' on Up" appears on Screamadelica). Carry Me Home" was originally written by Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys for the group's 1973 Holland album, but was not included in the final release.
Released February, 1992, the "Dixie-Narco EP" was recorded at Ardent Studios in Memphis, and allowed Primal Scream to indulge their love of . Lead track "Movin' On Up" is the group's gospel-tinged attempt to recreate the Rolling Stones' sound circa the album "Exile On Main Street", but updated for the post-acidhouse generation. It is mixed by veteran producer/mixing engineer Jimmy Miller, who had worked with the Stones. The song "Carry Me Home" is cover of a song by Dennis Wilson of The Beach Boys.
Primal Scream – Dixie-Narco EP. 레이블: Creation Records – crescd 117. 형식: CD, EP. 국가: U.
Dixie-Narco EP. Primal Scream. Released February 1992. Dixie-Narco EP Tracklist. 1. Movin' On Up Lyrics. Critic Score. No one has said anything yet. Contributions By. Guigss.