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Jim Beattie Also known as Jim Navajo Genres Indie pop, alternative rock Occupations Musician, songwriter Years active 1982–present Associated acts Primal Scream Spirea X Adventures in Stereo Jim Beattie is a Scottish musician who founded Primal Scream and later went on to form Spirea X and Adventures in Stereo. Contents 1 Biography 2 Discography 2.1 with Primal Scream 2.1.1 Albums 2.1.2 Singles 2.2 with Spirea X 2.3 with Adventures in Stereo 3 References Biography Beattie (guitar) formed Primal Scream in 1982 along with Bobby Gillespie.[1] Beattie and Gillespie were the core members of the band until Beattie left after the release of the band's debut album, Sonic Flower Groove in 1987, prompted by other members of the band wanting to take the band in a more 'rock' direction and their relocation to Brighton.[2] During his time in the band Beattie wrote "Velocity Girl", which was included on the NME's C86 compilation.[3] Beattie formed Spirea X with girlfriend Judith Boyle in 1988, the band named after a Primal Scream B-side.[3][4][5] Spirea X split up in 1993, and Beattie and Boyle went on to form Adventures in Stereo with Simon Dine. Discography with Primal Scream Albums Sonic Flower Groove (1987), Elevation - UK #62 Singles "All Fall Down" (1985), Creation "Crystal Crescent" (1986), Creation "Gentle Tuesday" (1987), Elevation "Imperial" (1987), Elevation with Spirea X see Spirea X#Discography with Adventures in Stereo see Adventures in Stereo#Discography References ^ Pollock, David (2010) "Chain Reaction: Bobby Gillespie", The List, 16 September 2010, retrieved 2010-11-27 ^ Taylor, Steve (2004) The A to X of Alternative Music, Continuum, ISBN 0-8264-7396-2, p. 191 ^ a b Strong, Martin C. (2003) The Great Indie Discography, Canongate, ISBN 1-84195-335-0, p. 462, 994-5 ^ Larkin, Colin (1998) The Virgin Encyclopedia of Indie & New Wave, Virgin Books, ISBN 0-7535-0231-3, p. 404 ^ Wolk, Douglas (1997) "On the Verge: Adventures in Stereo", CMJ New Music Monthly, October 1997, p. 18, retrieved 2010-11-27 Persondata Name Beattie, Jim Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death