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Natural High

   Artist: Bloodstone
Label: London Records
Orig. Released: 1972
Catalog No.: LPLOND620
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP

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Description
Bloodstone is a former R&B, soul, and funk group, most popular in the 1970s and early-1980s. The band charted 13 songs between 1973 and 1984. Their eponymous first album, Bloodstone, introduced the songs, "That's The Way We Make Our Music", and "Natural High" which reached the R&B Top Ten, with "Natural High" reaching number 10 on the Pop chart. Bloodstone became known for their funk/soul tracks that blended Jimi Hendrix-styled rock music with doo-wop and gospel music undertones.

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Track Titles
1. YOU KNOW WE'VE LEARNED (Draffen Jnr.) - 4:12
2. WHO HAS THE LAST LAUGH NOW (McCormick) - 5:38
3. PETER'S JONES (R. Durham; L. Durham) - 4:10
4. THAT'S THE WAY WE MAKE OUR MUSIC (Summers) - 3:28
5. "Damn that rock 'n' roll" - 3:37
BO DIDDLEY (McDaniels)
DIDDLEY DADDY (McDaniels; Fuqua)

1. NATURAL HIGH (McCormick) - 4:50
2. I NEED YOUR LOVE (McCormick) - 1:10
3. TELL IT TO MY FACE (Love) - 3:20
4. RAN IT IN THE GROUND (Love) - 4:52
5. NEVER LET YOU GO (Williams) - 5:40


 

Musicians
* WILLIS DRAFFEN --- VOCALS, GUITAR * CHARLES LOVE --- VOCALS, GUITAR * HARRY WILLIAMS --- KEYBOARDS, VOCALS * CHARLES MCCORMICK --- BASS, VOCALS * ROGER DURHAM (1946-1973) - PERCUSSION * MELVIN WEBB - DRUMS (1973)
 
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