Deep-voiced Latimore's sultry mid-'70s output for Miami's Glades label was a steamy marriage of soul and blues. Initially billed as Benny Latimore, the Tennessean began recording for Miami mogul Henry Stone in 1965, and his late-'60s Dade singles are solid deep soul. Dropping his first name on Glades, Latimore finally found stardom in 1973 with a jazzy reading of T-Bone Walker's "Stormy Monday." He topped the soul lists in 1974 with the anguished "Let's Straighten It Out," a simmering soul/blues hybrid, and encored with the incendiary "Keep the Home Fires Burnin'" the next year. Most of Latimore's Glades sides were produced in Miami by Steve Every Day I Have to Cry Alaimo, and when he wasn't cutting his own hits, Latimore acted as a house pianist for parent TK Records. Latimore moved to Malaco during the '80s, his appeal undiminished. Malaco remained Latimore's home until 2000; You're Welcome to Ride is the last record he released for the label. In 2007, Latimore established the Latstone imprint, releasing the Back 'Atcha album that year. He continued to record for the label and perform regularly into the late 2010s. ~ Bill Dahl, Rovi

Latimore Let's - Straighten It Out
Latimore / Let's Straighten It Out
Slow Down (But Don't Stop)
Sunshine Lady
Latimore - Let's Straighten It Out (Lyric Video)
Latimore - Sunshine Lady
My Give A Damn Gave Out (A Long Time Ago)
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