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Alex Lattimore / Press

"Alex Lattimore Live showcases his smooth and contemporary jazz sounds. Just the right combo for our musical palettes..."

Sharon Kay - Jazzy 88/WFSK - Fisk University

““Alex Lattimore Live” features the singer in an intimate setting performing melodic offerings in a jazzy, yet soulful way. The combo performing with Lattimore hits all the right notes, especially on tracks like “My Cherie Amour”, “Skylark”, and ‘Sunlight In My Rain”. Alex Lattimore continues to grow as an artist with this live set of satisfying music.””

‘The Hitman” Dan Turner - Smooth Jazz 88.9 FM-KJLU

“The recorded session has historically been the medium for the listener to fashion a personal venue to partake of an artist’s talent, be it vinyl, cassette or compact disc. But with a live date there is something magical that occurs, and in that space when the artist and the audience connect, an ephemeral relationship is generated. The ordinary becomes exceptional and we remember and carry with us the emotion of the experience. This is just such the case with vocalist Alex Lattimore.”

Carl Anthony - Notorius Jazz

“Recorded and arranged with exquisite care, Promise combines R&B, jazz and blues. Although all the tracks are impressive and memorable, “Jazzman” is exceptionally catchy with its ability to paint a reflective picture of life’s reality, marrying jazz and blues together for a magical union.”

“I regard the whole project as one of the finest in the whole decade...”

“The 80’s were a time when R&B held some of the most timeless voices in soul music. Well, Alex Lattimore seems to have been blessed with a voice... ...”

“Combining elements of Smooth Jazz, R&B, and the blues into a beautiful, romantic expression of heartfelt emotions reminiscent of Will Downing, Jon Lucien or Luther Vandross...”

“This is totally classy, trust me. The upbeat and percussion-filled “Sunlight In My Rain” would not be out of step on Victor Brooks’ “Samba Soul” album and reminds me also of the best work of Bob Baldwin!”