Latimore

Slow Down

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This was Latimore's best Malaco release, and arguably his finest record in the '80s. It had both moving ballads and fine uptempo tunes, and his usually resourceful, deep soul vocals were stronger and more confident and animated. The song "One Man, One Woman, One Love" was the type of simple yet engaging number that the Malaco tunesmiths didn't deliver consistently enough for their acts in the late '80s. It was also the kind of song that had a vintage sound but a contemporary outlook.

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