b. Silbert Walton, 1957, St. Ann, Jamaica, Western Indies. Ahead of his success within the music market Walton spent annually within the Jamaican POLICE before documenting as Jah Walton for Joe Gibbs in 1976. By 1977 he documented several tracks for maker Harry Mudie, like the well-known mixture strike with Prince Heron, ‘Stay A Backyard And Compliment God’, ‘Contact Her Where She WANT TO BUY Most’ as well as the amusing ‘Married TO SOME Standard bank Cashier’. With Sonia Pottinger he was enrolled to execute within the rehashed ‘It’s Raining’ from the Techniques, offered within the disco blend format. In 1982 he released the dancehall stepper ‘All Kinda People GO TO The Dance’ as well as the Nicodemus -affected ‘Senator Dee’, which improved his trustworthiness and resulted in a program at Route One for the similarly well-known ‘River TOWARDS THE Bank’. Within the middle-80s he became referred to as Joseph Natural cotton, which resulted in a big change of lot of money when he documented the chart-topping ‘No Contact The Design’ for Style Records in the united kingdom, offering the uncredited vocals of Janet Lee Davis. The discharge was in conjunction with a celebratory instrumental, ‘Natural cotton INVOLVES Harlesdon’, a pun associated with the 1970 blaxploitation film starring Godfrey Cambridge. The achievement of the solitary led to a uncommon UK tv appearance in 1987 within the Route 4 Club Combine program, where he performed his strike for an exuberant audience. The single resulted in numerous strikes including ‘Stuff Running Gradual’, ‘Pat Ha Fe Make’, ‘Tutoring’, ‘Judge Natural cotton’, as well as the mixture with Janet Lee Davis (acknowledged to her alter ego Shako Lee), ‘What Is normally This’. In the past due 80s Natural cotton teamed up with veteran manufacturer Glen Dark brown, who had appreciated a revival when he documented the instrumental Glen Dark brown Plays Music THROUGH THE East. In the first 90s he became a member of fellow expatriate Errol Dunkley, carrying out their interpretation of Ken Boothe’s ‘The Teach Is Arriving’ as ‘Poor Boy Teach’. A shock appearance in a concert headlined by Dunkley in the Podium in London’s Vauxhall led to several false begins, a practice attracted from the dancehall term ‘haul and draw’, which denotes viewers authorization. In 1995 he released ‘Smile Orange’, acquiring its title through the traditional Jamaican film, and in 1996 adopted with the similarly well-known ‘You Sexy Thing’. He also documented in conjunction with Sylvia Tella the strike ‘Warm And Sensitive Like’/‘Rastaman’. In 1997 he made an appearance as Jah Walton at the fundamental Event Weekender alongside Dennis Alcapone, recreating the exhilaration of dancehall.