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1. Jackie Bernard - Jah Jah Way
2. Emperor D.P. - Jah Jah Rock
3. The Classics (Aka the Wailing Souls) - Got to Be Cool
4. The New Establishment - Reggae Lady
5. Prince Jazzbo - Little Joe
6. Ernest Wilson - Money Worries
7. Cliff Stewart - Burn Collie
8. The New Establishment - Burn Collie Version
9. Leroy Wallace - Far Beyond 1
10. The New Establishment - Far Beyond Version 1
11. The Beltones - Soul People 1
12. Wentworth Vernal - I Gave You My Heart 1
13. Horace Andy - Darling Dear 1
14. Prince Lincoln - Live Up to Your Name 1
15. Pablove Black ; the New Establishment - Poco Tempo (Aka Pocco Tempo) 1
16. Prince Jazzbo - Ring a Ting 1
17. El Tibby and the Stingers - Stepping Into Zion 1
18. Big Joe - Nanny Version Skank 1
19. Sleepy and Jazzbo - Skylarking Disco Mix

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Natural High: The Bongo Man Collection is a brand new CD compilation from Studio One, featuring a multitude of singles from Coxsone Dodd's infamous Bongo Man imprint. Over half of the songs on this collection have never been released on LP before, plus a totally unreleased disco mix of Horace Andy's "Skylarking" closes out the album. Released on limited edition red, gold, and green vinyl for Record Store Day, Natural High: The Bongo Man Collection reminds us that the myriad of music in the vaults of Studio One is in itself astonishing, but that the quality of the songs is so high makes it that much more exciting to uncover the forgotten masterpieces of Studio One.