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Primitive Cool by Mick Jagger (CD, Sep-1987, Atlantic (Label))

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Album Features
Artist:Mick Jagger
Release Year:1987
Record Label:Atlantic (Label)
Genre:Oldies, Rock 'N' Roll

Track Listing
1. Throwaway
2. Let's Work
3. Radio Control
4. Say You Will
5. Primitive Cool
6. Kow Tow
7. Shoot Off Your Mouth
8. Peace for the Wicked
9. Party Doll
10. War Baby

Playing Time:49 min.
Contributing Artists:Jeff Beck, David Sanborn, Simon Phillips, Vernon Reid, Jon Faddis, Omar Hakim, G.E. Smith, Doug Wimbish
Producer:Mick Jagger, David A. Stewart, Keith Diamond, Dave Stewart
Distributor:WEA (Distributor)
Recording Type:Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:n/a

Album Notes
Personnel includes: Mick Jagger (vocals); Jeff Beck, G.E. Smith (guitar); David Sanborn (alto saxophone); Jon Faddis (trumpet); Greg Phillinganes (keyboards); Simon Phillips, Omar Hakim (drums); Doug Wimbish, Vernon Reid.Recorded at Wisseloord Studios & Holland And Blue Wave Studios, Barbados.Engineers: Bob Rosa, Ed Stasium, Manu Guiot.Personnel: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harp, autoharp, harmonica, percussion); Paddy Moloney (whistling, Uilleann pipe); G.E. Smith, Jeff Beck (guitar); Se n Keane (fiddle); David Sanborn, Bill Evans (saxophone); Jon Faddis (trumpet); Denzil Miller, Greg Phillinganes, Pat Seymour, Phillip Ashley, Richard Cottle (keyboards); Omar Hakim, Simon Phillips (drums); Keith Diamond (programming); Cindy Mizelle, Craig Derry, Brenda King, Jocelyn Brown (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Ed Stasium; Michael Barbiero; Paul Hamingson; Steve Thompson .Recording information: Blue Wave Studios, St. Philip, Barbados; Holland And Blue Wave Studios, Barbados; Wave Studios, Barbados; Wisseloord Studios, Barbados.Editor: Rhonda Schoen.For his second solo album, Mick Jagger teamed up with producer Dave Stewart (Eurythmics), turning in a more adventurous and ambitious record. Of course, "adventurous" and "ambitious" are relative terms. In comparison to the carefully constructed, state-of-the-art pop/rock of She's the Boss, Primitive Cool sounds lively, as Jagger puts some genuine conviction behind the funky "Peace for the Wicked" and the country stylings of "Party Doll." Nevertheless, the album, like She's the Boss before it, is designed to establish Mick Jagger as a solo star in his own right, and Primitive Cool is filled with attempts at contemporary rock and dance-pop. The nadir of his stabs at modern pop is the appalling single "Let's Work," where the rock star tells his fans to get off their asses and start working, all to a bouncy, aerobicized beat. However, most of the album is more appealing than the single, even if Jagger's writing seems forced on the numbers designed with the Top 40 in mind ("Shoot Off Your Mouth," in particular). Not surprisingly, the best moments on Primitive Cool occur when he stops seeing the album as a way to jump-start his solo career and he concentrates on the music. While his emotionally unguarded songs ("War Baby" and "Party Doll") are the most affecting tracks on the record, songs like "Let's Work" are more indicative of Jagger's true feelings. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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