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The Rush Hour EP

by Alex Lattimore

A mixture of house that meets jazz overlaped with great vocals.
Genre: Electronic: House
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1. Rush Hour (Featuring Takana Miyamoto)
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2. Windows
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3. Rush Hour (KemiticJust Remix)
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10:07 $0.99
4. Windows (Club Mix)
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5. Windows (Jiva Remix)
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Album Notes
ALEX LATTIMORE -vocalist, composer, instrumentalist

“There is no such thing as perfection, only perfect practice!” Alex Lattimore received this bit of wisdom from his high school band teacher, Mr. James Richards, and has certainly used it to his advantage. Born in Chicago’s southside, this talented artist is no stranger to the world of music. At the tender age of 5, Alexander began his piano lessons at the American Conservatory of Music. While engaging in these lessons, he also sang in a youth ensemble at his home church. Not only did he enjoy playing the piano and singing, but the trumpet beckoned him as well. Picking up the trumpet was indeed magical because it led him to perform with such phenomenal groups as the Chicago Youth Philharmonic Orchestra, All-City Band and Orchestra, Sherwood Conservatory Brass Ensemble, Roosevelt University Jazz Band, and the University of Chicago Chamber Orchestra. He was even a student in the prestigious Merit Music Program of Chicago, a program for gifted young people designed to enhance the richness of their musical experience. With his talent and experiences in tow, he ventured down south to Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia where a new world opened up.
During his tenure at Morehouse College, Alex was section leader in the Morehouse College Marching and Concert Bands. He was also the principal solo trumpet in the Morehouse Jazz Band. His riveting and heart-felt playing style earned him a number of awards like the “Most Outstanding Brass Player” and the “Most Outstanding Soloist” in the Jazz and Concert Bands. From his Morehouse days, Alex’s talents exploded.
Starting off as a trumpeter and flugel horn performer in a local Atlanta band named Sirius B, Alex had a platform in which to show off his many talents. While in Sirius B, he performed for the 1996 Summer Olympics and opened up for an up and coming artist, Laurnea. Not only was he playing his trumpet, but he was also doing lead and background vocals. Along with being a member of Sirius B, he joined another local Atlanta band called Jiva (Giant Step Records/ P-Vine Records [Japan]/Expansion). His trumpetflugel horn and vocals could be heard opening up and/or performing with the likes of Tina Turner (1997), Earl Klugh (1997), The Rippingtons (1998), Groove Collective (1998), Roy Ayers (1996, 2000), Luther Vandross (2001), Michael McDonald(2003), and India.Arie(2004). His golden voice could even be heard during the Christmas holidays on a Coca-Cola radio commercial (1998), and in the Jomandi Productions rendition of “Black Nativity.” (1996-98, 2000)
His amazing accomplishments did not stop there. Alex was both a shareholder and artist at an independent record label, EarthSeed Music, LLC, where he flexed his muscles in a variety of different areas. Not only did he handle aspects of company administration and development, but he also used his plethora of musical talents in the areas of songwriting, producing, arranging, performing, and recording. The result was the Groovement compilation CD, a profound collaboration of soulful musicians expressing their artistic prowess, which include early songs from the artist, India.Arie.
Alex also collaborated and has co-written songs with an extremely talented artist named Rhonda Thomas in which he performs a beautiful duet ballad entitled “The Matrimony” on her premier album “Breathe New Life”. Currently, Alex still performs with Jiva serving as their lead male vocalist and trumpetflugel horn soloist on their debut album “Sun and Moon” who will soon be releasing it’s next albulm within the 2007 year. He’s also linked with world renowned D.J. Kemit from his record label “Devine Recordings” co- producing and writing the current single named “Rush Hour” which features Takana Miamoto as piano soloist. The Rush Hour single will soon be released on the P-Vine Records (Japan) compilation in the mid-summer (July) along with the new Rush hour EP to be soon released in 2007.
Last but not least, Alex is a part of Transcendental Funk, one of Atlanta’s premier contemporary jazz and R&B bands. He co-writes, co-produces, and performs along side his partner, tenor saxophonist DeWayne Martin and has produced their first album entitled “Listening Pleasure” which features the song titled “Pleasure Island”. They are now working on their second upcoming project entitled “Feels Good” which also includes the song named “Feel Me.” These latest collaborative works and dynamic songs have all been featured on Atlanta’s premier jazz station WCLK (91.9 FM). Alex’s trumpet/flugel horn and vocals can also be heard gracing the Julie Dexter and Khari Simmons upcoming “Moon Bossa” album which will soon be released this early spring (2007).
As Alex forges onward, he aspires to bring his talents to the world to touch and inspire all that hear and feel his music. When asked where he sees his music going, he replies, “Music is not the destination – universal love is my destination through music.”


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Crazy Beat Records

- WHAT A TUNE !!!!! DON'T MISS THIS Great Bassline. Great Vocal's & From Chicago. GET IT ON THE DANCEFLOOR -

Harlem B

Rush Hour / Alex Lattimore

Divine est un label house peu connu venu tout droit de chicago. La version originale en face A, est composée d'une ligne de basse superbe, de percussions se fondant dans la mélodie, une voix soulfulissime, bref une production trés soignée. La face b est remixé par Kemeticjust dans un style broken-deep-soul bien ficelé, house ou broken beats à vous de choisir, dans tout les cas "respect".
harlem b /

Not your usual garage song by any means...
DJ Kemit and the singer Alex Lattimore produce this tune for Divine
Recordings. Not your usual garage song by any means, as the vocal only
up a few minutes in the middle with the remainder of the track
consisting of
Takana Miyamoto's incredible piano skills underpinned by solid house.
on side two DJ Just One joins his partner for the KemeticJust overhaul,
which reconfigures the song with broken beats and a latin theme for a
drastic remix.

Andrew Allen

One not to be missed...
Alex Lattimore is a new name to me but what a voice. His style is not unlike Will Downing, which can only be a good thing in my opinion. His sultry tones are best sampled on the Main Mix, a gentle yet stunning piano laced soul / house offering. Not to be ignored though is the KemeticJust Remix on the flip side, which keeps things mellow but adds jazzier elements including Latin percussion and guitar. One not to be missed!

bordersJ2 (Boston)

Soul Com Bossa - "Rush Hour" is one of the highlights of the album...
"Rush Hour" is one of the highlights of the album. Nice instrumentation, great atmosphere; very much in the mold of Moon Bossa. You really get a special vibe from the song and Alex Lattimore's voice is somethin' special (so the women I've played this for say)