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Natural Wild

Natural Wild
Studio album by Lincoln Thompson and the Rasses
Released 1980
Recorded Basing Street Studios, London
Genre Roots reggae
Label United Artists
Producer Joe Jackson, Lincoln Thomson

Natural Wild is a reggae album by Jamaican artist Lincoln Thompson and the Rasses released in 1980 and recorded in the United Kingdom. Joe Jackson collaborated on the album whose central theme was the promotion of the culture and morality of the Rastafari movement. Commercially the album was a flop in spite of widespread publicity for it in the UK, in contrast to Thompson's two previous albums.

Track listing

  1. "Mechanical Devices"
  2. "Natural Wild"
  3. "My Generation"
  4. "Natural (Reprise)"
  5. "Spaceship"
  6. "People's Minds"
  7. "People Love Jah Music"
  8. "Smiling Faces"


  • Lincoln Thompson - guitar, vocals
  • Gary Sanford, Dougie Bryan, Willie Lindo - guitar
  • Bertram "Ranchie" McLean, Graham Maby - bass
  • Dave Houghton, Michael "Boo" Richards - drums
  • Joe Jackson - grand piano, organ, melodica
  • Ansel Collins - keyboards
  • George Oban, Mo Claridge - percussion
  • Tony Gad - synthesizer on "Spaceship"
  • Chris Lane - dub sound effects
  • Norman Mighell - engineer

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