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1. Never Too Busy
2. Just What It Takes
3. I Won't Let You Down
4. All I Want
6. For You
8. Where Did Love Go
10. Always Remember
11. Climb the Mountain
12. I Won't Forget (Whose I Am)
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 67125
Personnel: Kenny Lattimore (vocals); Keith Crouch, Herb Middleton, J. Dibbs, James Abney, Sam Kendrick (various instruments); Georg Wadenius (acoustic guitar); Glenn McKinney, Raymond Jenkins, Glenn Arthur (guitar); Richard Henrickson (concertmaster); Lili Haydn (violin); Cameron Stone (cello); Al Brown, Regis Landioris, John Pinta Valle, Stanley Hunte, Charles Libove, Max Ellen, W. Sanford Allen, Olivia Koppell, Harry Zaratzian, Karen S. Dreyfus, Winteron Garvey, Richard Locker, Jesse Levy (strings); Derrick Edmonson (saxophone); Barry J. Eastmond, Kenny Lerum (keyboards, drum programming); Dave "Jam" Hall (keyboards); Kenneth Crouch (programming); Kipper Jones (background vocals).
Producers: Dave "Jam" Hall (tracks 1, 3); Keith Crouch (track 2); Herb Middleton (tracks 4-5); Barry J. Eastmond (track 6); J. Dibbs (tracks 7-8); Kenneth Crouch, Kipper Jones (track 9); Oji Pierce, Kipper Jones (track 10); Jimmy Abney (track 11); Kenny Lattimore, Sam Kendrick (track 12).
Engineers: Mario Rodriguez (tracks 1, 3); Keith Crouch, Eugene Lo (track 2); Mark Partis (tracks 4-5); Mark Partis, Barry J. Eastmond (track 6); Lester Drayton (tracks 7-8); Kenneth Crouch, Victor McCoy (track 9); Tina Antoine (track 10); James Abney, Victor McCoy (track 11); Bobby Brooks (track 12).
Samples include "Love T.K.O." (as performed by Teddy Pendergrass).
"For You" was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance.
On his debut album, Kenny Lattimore emerges sounding as polished and experienced as an R&B veteran, with a voice as smooth as ice cream and a strong sense of rhythm that he applies to even the most laid-back of romantic ballads. Standouts on KENNY LATTIMORE include the unmistakably funky "Just What it Takes" and the jazzy, mid-tempo "I Won't Forget," which makes clear the source of Lattimore's musical inspiration: "Lord I want to thank you/For every good thing comes from you/So with the gifts you gave me/I want to tell the world how much I love you." Lattimore wrote or co-wrote six of the twelve songs on the album, and was heavily involved in its production; his talent in these areas, as well as the quiet, soulful power of his vocal abilities, hint at a long and fascinating career.
Entertainment Weekly (5/17/96, p.62) - "...in the post-soul '90s, it's a rare artist that debuts with such a precise, old-school-influenced talent; on songs like 'Climb The Mountain,' you can hear the history of soul between every 'aaah,' 'oooh,' and satisfying 'yeah.'" - Rating: A-
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