Sheena Easton’s first album release of the 90’s was 1991’s ‘What Comes Naturally’. Once again, Easton was able to bring several talented people in to help with songwriting and production. Names like Oliver Lieber, Paul Peterson, David Frank, Siedah Garrett and Jeff Lorber should be very familiar to readers of this blog. You can also add Arthur Baker to that list as he was the creator of all 4 mixes on this promo 12″. Three singles were released from the album: “What Comes Naturally”, “You Can Swing It” and, “To Anyone”. As I said last week, an MCA promo 12″ should be chock full of mixes, this promo better fits the bill coming in at 33:43 in total track time. Prince’s ‘Dirty Mind’ album was only 30:14.
Label: MCA Records
Format: Vinyl, 12″, 33 1/3 RPM
The A Side:
What Comes Naturally (Natural Philly Edit) 8:10
What Comes Naturally (Natural Philly Jazz Mix) 8:20
The B Side:
What Comes Naturally (Natural Underground Vocal) 8:29
What Comes Naturally (Natural Street Mix) 8:44
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What Comes Naturally
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