Originally released on Vista Sounds in 1982 and reissued in 2022 by Burning Sounds, Ride With The Rasses is one of Prince Lincoln’s very best albums. Recorded in Jamaica at Channel One, Aquarius Studios, and Tuff Gong Studios, this blistering set features a host of Jamaica’s finest musicians. The album spawned the highly collectible 12″ single “One Common Need (Food, Clothing, Shelter),” however, the finest tune on this album is the Side B opener titled “Fall Back.” Thanks to You Tube you can take in the entire album…



Backing Vocals – Bunny Brissett, Clinton ‘Johnny Cool’ Hall, Vivienne Clarke
Backing Vocals, Guitar – Prince Lincoln Thompson
Bass Guitar – Earl ‘Bagga’ Walker
Drums – Cornell Marshall, Michael ‘Mikey Boo’ Richards
Engineer – Crucial Bunny/Bunny Tom Tom, Christopher Daley, Errol Brown, Norman Mighell
Guitar – George Miller
Keyboards – Paul Pablove Black Dixon
Lead Guitar – Lawrence White
Lead Vocals, Arranged By – Prince Lincoln Thompson
Producer – Prince Lincoln Thompson
Percussion – Duke Ferron, Everton Carrington
Saxophone – Herman Marquis, Tommy McCook
Trumpet – Bobby Ellis, Vivian Hall


Also included here is a review of the album by Steve Sutherland which appeared in the July 31, 1982 issue of Melody Maker.

Also included is an interview with Prince Lincoln by Roz Reines that appeared in the Melody Maker September 1983.