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Natural High
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Natural High is the second album by soul group Bloodstone. It was reissued on CD in 1996 with several bonus tracks. Recording in the summer of 1972 and released in 1973, this album would chart number two on the Soul Album Charts, led by single "Natural High," which charted at number four on the Soul Singles chart and number ten on the Pop chart. The song was later used by Quentin Tarantino on the soundtrack for his movie Jackie Brown. You Know We've Learned" - (Willis Draffen J. - 4:12.

Natural High" is a song performed by Bloodstone, released as the first single and title track from their second album. The song was written by the band's bassist Charles McCormick, and it was the first song from the band to enter the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at in 1973. In 1992, R&B group After 7 covered the song in a medley alongside The Originals' "Baby, I'm for Real". Released as "Baby, I'm for Real/Natural High", the song peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100.

Complete your Bloodstone collection. Natural High is a beautiful piece of work and I've loved it since I was a child in the 70's : ) Reply Notify me Helpful.

Why do I keep my mind on you all the time? And I don't even know you (I don't know you) Why do I feel this way thinking about you every day? And I don't even know you (I don't know you). Take me in your arms Thrill me with all of your charms

Natural High may refer to: Natural High (Bloodstone album), 1973. Natural High" (Bloodstone song), the title track from that album. Natural High (Commodores album), 1978. Natural High (Frank Gambale album), 2006. Natural High (Lil Rob album), 1999. Natural High (Wataz album), 1998. Natural High" (Merle Haggard song), a song on Merle Haggard's 1984 album It's All in the Game. Natural High", a song on Colby O'Donis's 2008 album Colby O. "Natural High", a song on Swedish heavy metal band HammerFall's 2006 album Threshold.

Album · 1972 · 10 Songs. Natural High Bloodstone. Listen on Apple Music.

Artist: Bloodstone Album: Natural High Genre: Funk, Soul Label: Rhino Released: 1973/1996 Quality: WavPack (image+. cue) Tracklist: You Know We've Learned (4:12). Who Has the Last Laugh Now (5:36). Damn That Rock & Roll: Bo Diddley/Diddley Daddy (3:36). Natural High (4:52). I Need Your Love (1:09). Tell It to My Face (3:15).

It momentarily put the Kansas City-cum-Los Angeles group Bloodstone into the spotlight. The remainder of the early '70s album was decent, but it didn't really matter since no one played anything except the single anyhow.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Natural High
Written-By – McCormick*
B Peter's Jones
Written-By – L. Durham*, R. Durham*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Crystal Jukebox Inc.
  • Produced For – The Crystal Jukebox
  • Published By – Crystal Jukebox Inc.
  • Mastered At – Bell Sound Studios
  • Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman


  • Arranged By, Conductor – Pip Williams
  • Mastered By – sf*
  • Producer – Mike Vernon


℗ 1972 Crystal Jukebox Inc. (but single released in early 1973)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): XDR 52176
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): XDR 52173
  • Matrix / Runout (A side deadwax - etched): XDR-52176-.7..
  • Matrix / Runout (B side deadwax - etched): XDR-52173 -.5..
  • Matrix / Runout (On both sides of deadwax): Bell Sound (stamped) sƒ (etched, signed)
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
45-1046 Bloodstone Natural High ‎(7", Single) London Records 45-1046 US 1973
45-1046-EV Bloodstone Natural High ‎(7", Single, Promo, Styrene) London Records 45-1046-EV US 1973
F 13382 Bloodstone Natural High ‎(7", Single) Decca F 13382 UK 1973
45-LON-1046 Bloodstone Natural High ‎(7", Single) London Records 45-LON-1046 US 1973
DEC 609 Bloodstone Natural High ‎(7", Single) Decca DEC 609 New Zealand 1973
  • Darkraven
My catalog number for this Bloodstone release reads LON 1046. No 45 or dash preceding it. Any clarification?