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🎸 Kenny Lattimore - Weekend Album

🎸 Kenny Lattimore - Weekend Album
  • Performer: Kenny Lattimore
  • Title: Weekend
  • Genre: Funk
  • Cat #: 07822 14668 2
  • Label: Arista
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Date of release: 2001
  • Style: Soul
  • FLAC size 2178 mb
  • MP3 size: 1702 mb
  • Record From CD, Album

Tracklist

1The Things I'll Do
Written-By – Kenny Lattimore, Travon Potts
3:53
2Can You Feel Me
Lead Vocals [Duet With] – Kenny Lattimore, ShaniceWritten-By – Charles Farrar, Johnta Austin, Troy Taylor
4:55
3Right Down To It
Written-By – Daryl Simmons, Kenneth Edmonds, Antonio Reid
4:11
4Lately
Written-By – Carvin Haggins, Andre Harris, Vidal Davis, Jill Scott, Kenny Lattimore
4:19
5Who
Written-By – Martin Kember, Reed Vertelney
4:12
6If Love Is What You Want
Written-By – Charles Farrar, Johnta Austin, Troy Taylor
4:26
7Healing
Written-By – George Duke, Kenny Lattimore
2:47
8Don't Deserve
Written-By – Anthony "Shep" Crawford, Damon De Paul Crawford, Ishmael Ferguson, Kenny Lattimore
3:51
9Weekend
Written-By – Charles Farrar, Eritza Laues, Kenny Lattimore, LaMenga Kafi, Todd Huston, Troy Taylor
4:41
10Come To Me
Written-By – Kenny Lattimore, Kevin Gilliam, Raphael Saadiq
4:38
11Baby You're The One
Written-By – Charles Farrar, J. Baptiste, Troy Taylor
4:10

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
07822-14668 4Kenny Lattimore Weekend ‎(Cass, Album)Arista07822-14668 4US2001
07822-14668-2Kenny Lattimore Weekend ‎(CD, Album)Arista07822-14668-2Canada2001
07822-14668-2Kenny Lattimore Weekend ‎(CD, Album)Arista07822-14668-2US2001

Credits

  • ProducerCharles Farrar, Battlecat, Raphael Saadiq, Troy Taylor

Notes

A1 Samples Blondie's "Rapture"

Album

Weekend is the third studio album of American singer Kenny Lattimore. It was released by Arista Records on October 9, 2001 in the United States. It marked Lattimore's first album with the label, following his transition from Columbia Records. Weekend signified a new direction for Lattimore upon its release in 2001. Rather than progress further into the introspective soul territory of the critically acclaimed previous release From the Soul of Man, Weekend embraced a trendier modern-R&B sound. Kenny Lattimore - Weekend 2001. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Kenny Lattimore. Songs in album Kenny Lattimore - Weekend 2001. Kenny Lattimore - Weekend. Kenny Lattimore - Baby You're The One. Kenny Lattimore - Come To Me. Kenny Lattimore - Can You Feel Me. Kenny Lattimore - If Love Is What You Want. Kenny Lattimore - Lately. Kenny Lattimore - Don't Deserve. Kenny Latt. Music video by Kenny Lattimore performing Weekend. C 2001 Arista Records, is the third album of R&B singer Kenny Lattimore and the first under new record label Arista Records, released in 2001. One reviewer observes, On Weekend, he delivers an 11-track collection that alternately percolates and simmers, showing the. Album 2001 11 Songs. Weekend Kenny Lattimore. Автор: Kenny Lattimore - Troy Taylor - Charles Farrar - L. Kafi - T. Huston - Eritza Laues, Композиторы: Kenny Lattimore - Troy Taylor - Charles Farrar - L. Huston - Eritza Laues, Соавторы: Kenny Lattimore - Troy Taylor - The Characters - Eritza Laues - Kevin KD Davis - LaMenga Ford. Baby You're The One. Listen free to Kenny Lattimore Weekend Weekend - Radio Mix, Baby You're The One and more. 11 tracks . Sure, the music on this R&B affair is comparable to anything else out there in the genre think Jagged Edge, but not as soulful or infectious. However, calling this album comparable is generous. Weekend, with its bland arrangements, cookie-cutter R&B sound, and lyrical vacuity, is a yawn. Hookin' up, the inability to breathe without the one, and other hackneyed themes abound on this banal album. There isn't. Kenny Lattimore - Kenny Lattimore. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Kenny Lattimore hit the R&B scene in 1996 with a self-titled debut that showcased his considerable vocal talent and songwriting skills. On his second album, From the Soul of Man 1998, Lattimore experimented with acoustic guitar and gospel influences, revealing a complex musician behind the matinee-idol looks. Weekend might have extended this experimental trend, but, unfortunately, it's more conventional than its predecessor, playing it safe with Babyface-style ballads and Girl, I can treat you better than him lyrics. It's not revolutionary, but Lattimore does this m

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