Commodores ‎– Natural High

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A1 Fire Girl
Written-By – D. Jones*, D. Cochrane*, W. King*
4:12
A2 X-Rated Movie
Written-By – M. Williams*
4:45
A3 Flying High
Written-By – L. Richie*, T. McClary*
5:11
A4 Three Times A Lady
Written-By – L. Richie*
6:37
B1 Such A Woman
Written-By – W. Orange*
4:40
B2 Say Yeah
Written-By – L. Richie*, R. LaPread*
5:44
B3 I Like What You Do
Written-By – L. Richie*, W. Orange*
4:49
B4 Visions
Written-By – L. Richie*, T. McClary*
5:43

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[Back cover]
℗ 1978 Motown Record Corporation
© 1978 Motown Record Corporation
Printed in U.S.A.

All songs published by Jobete Music Co., Inc. & Commodores Entertainment Publishing Corp. (ASCAP)

[Vinyl label]
A Product Of Motown Record Corp.
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The text on the vinyl labels differs from the other releases with the same catalogue number.
The release came with an order form for Commodores centered merchandise.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A - Variant 1): M7-902R1A-06A K-9771 GOL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B - Variant 1): M7-902R1B-06B K-9774 GOL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, runout, etched - Variant 2): M7-902R1A-Re1-06B K-9785 GOL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, runout, etched - Variant 2): M7-902R1B-RE1-06A K-9784 GOL

Other Versions (5 of 45) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
M7-902R1 Commodores Natural High(LP, Album) Motown M7-902R1 US 1978 Sell This Version
M7-902R1 Commodores Natural High(LP, Album) Motown M7-902R1 Jamaica 1978 Sell This Version
257·15·006 Commodores Natural High(LP, Album, RE) Motown 257·15·006 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
5C 062-60942 Commodores Natural High(LP, Album) Motown 5C 062-60942 Netherlands 1978 Sell This Version
M7-902HC Commodores Natural High(Cass, Album) Motown M7-902HC US 1978 Sell This Version

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onehoop

onehoop

February 12, 2017
I wish that someone would make a compilation of Commodores albums that just has their most cookin' tracks (call it, "The Commodores Knock The Doors Down") because they insist on killing the momentum with ballads interspersed. Maybe that's why Lionel Ritchie left... to focus on the ballads? Anyway, this one isn't too bad... if you have to have the vibe killed, a hit like "Three Times A Lady" is the way to do it...