Primitive Reason - Never Forget Your Freedom
- Performer: Primitive Reason
- Title: Never Forget Your Freedom
- Genre: Rock
- Country: Portugal
- Record source: File, WAV, EP, Club Edition
- Released: 10 Jan 2015
- Label: Kaminari-Sama Records
- MP3 album: 1700 mb
- FLAC album: 2898 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 893
|1||Wanea (Live 2014)||10:50|
|2||El Caballero (Live 2014)||4:52|
|3||Bobo Grey (Live 2014)||3:52|
|4||Higher Needs (Live 2014)||5:32|
|5||Man And The Mask (Live 2014)||4:08|
PRIMITIVE REASON Celebration! Live EP “Never Forget Your Freedom”
Thank you for being a part of the inner circle of the Primitive Tribe and having made it out to MusicBox for the biannual Tribe gig! Here are some details on what you are listening to, for those who care about such things as we do. Thanks for being a part of the Primitive Tribe and all the best to you for 2015!
Credits: Recorded live at São Jorge Cinema, Lisbon 2014, at the Celebration! concert.
Live Sound: Rodolfo Silveira
Lights (though you can’t see ‘em on here): Sérgio “Kazoo” Pereira
Recorded & Mixed by: Juan Carlos “Kalle” Casado
Executive Producer: Nuno Saraiva
RM / Stage Manager: João Quintela A La Maquina Production: Paulo Carvalho, Alex Travessas, Nuno Saraiva
PR: Sara Espirito Santo (she’s not with the bank people!)
Roadies: Cris Merg and Daniel Mestre
Hope we haven’t forgotten anyone. Anyways you know who you are, and we thank you.
1 Man And The Mask
2 Higher Needs
3 Bobo Grey
4 El Caballero (de la Triste Figura)
All tracks: Guillermo De Llera Lead Vocals, Percussion Abel Beja Guitar, Backing Vocals Luís Pereira Bass Tino Dias Drums Rui Travasso Tenor Saxophone
Tó Bravo Trombone (Higher Needs, El Caballero, Bobo Grey)
Fábio Cruz Trumpet (Higher Needs, El Caballero, Bobo Grey)
Mark Cain Alto Saxophone ( Bobo Grey)
James Beja Lead Vocals (Bobo Grey)
YouthOne Backing Vocals (Bobo Grey)
We thank all our Celebration! special guests for their participation we hope to cross paths again soon. All the best to everyone for 2015, more Primitive news coming real soon. Never forget your Freedom!
After a year of celebrating 20 years of Primitive Reason’s breaking musical ground crossing alternative rock with world music, the ES / US / PT collective started things off by packing Lisbon’s São Jorge Theatre in March 2014 with their Celebration! concert. The current Primitive Reason line-up welcomed not just Mark Cain (original saxophone player, responsible for that catchy sax line on the band’s first hit single, “Seven Fingered Friend”, back in ’96) and James Beja (NYC-born bassist, brother of longtime guitarist Abel Beja) but also Tó Bravo and Fabio Cruz on the horns, and special guests YouthOne, Nelassassin, Nuno Gomes and Marta Ren making Celebration… well, you know.
During the Summer, the band played festivals in Portugal and abroad (World music festivals like Festival MED (PT), new music festivals like Fusing Figueira da Foz (PT) and Mercat de Musica Viva de Vic (ES), as well as a home-coming at Cascais’ Festas do Mar (video below).
Now, for all Tribe members that were present at the year-end Music Box gig, Primitive Reason are offering a 5-track live EP from the Celebration concert at São Jorge so as to herald 2015 as a year of new music and new releases via the band’s own label, Kaminari Records: “Never Forget Your Freedom” presents 5 songs from the Celebration gig, “Man and the Mask”, “Higher Needs”, the classic “Bobo Grey”, “El Caballero” and “Wanea”:
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