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The Miami Sound

Special Feature by Tony Cummings, Black Music, November 1974

George McCrae, KC And The Sunshine Band, Little Beaver, Latimore, Betty Wright, Clarence Reid... They're all hot and they're all from Miami, the city that's ...

Latimore: More More More Latimore (President 1062) ****

Review by Tony Cummings, Black Music, December 1974

'Ain't Nothin' You Can Do'/'Snap Your Fingers'/'That's How It Is'/'Let's Straighten It Out'/'Ain't Nobody Gonna Make Me Change My Mind'/'I Don't Know'/'Put Pride Aside'/'Everyday'. ...

Latimore: Time to Straighten It Out

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 3 December 1974

WHENEVER YOU look at the higher echelons of the American singles chart, you'll always find at least one good, straight and clean Blues record. Right ...

KC and the Sunshine Band: Part 3/Gwen McCrae: Something So Right/Latimore: It Ain't Where You Been

Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, 10 February 1977

IT WAS THE STUFF from which legends are carved: an office, a studio no larger than a motel room crammed with organs, pianos and a ...

Latimore: Roxy, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 1 April 1977

Latimore: Simple, Earthy Approach ...

The Miami Transfer: Florida Soul

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 13 August 1977

AFTER SEVERAL year's of British release through President Records, earlier this year Henry Stone's Miami-based TK conglomerate switched outlets to RCA who have ...

Latimore: Benny Knows Where He's Going

Interview by Robin Katz, Record Mirror, 3 September 1977

"IF MY MUSIC is suggestive, it's a coincidence," says Benny Latimore with a silken smooth voice. "I don't aim to be too explicit. ...

Benny Latimore: Diggin' Deeper

Interview by Cliff White, Black Music, December 1978

FROM THE earliest days of this supergroovalistic megamag we have brought you some of the most comprehensive black music inter/over-views ever published on a broad ...


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