Timeless (Kenny Lattimore album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 9, 2008
Genre R&B
Label Verve
  • Michael T. Mauldin (exec)
  • Barry J. Eastmond
Kenny Lattimore chronology
Anatomy of a Love Song
Singles from Timeless
  1. "You Are My Starship"
    Released: September 2, 2008 [1]

Timeless is the sixth studio album by American singer Kenny Lattimore. It was released by Verve Records on September 9, 2008 in the United States. His first album solo album since 2001's Weekend , it followed Lattimore's duet albums with his wife Chanté Moore, Things That Lovers Do (2003) and Uncovered/Covered (2006).


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AllMusic editor Andy Kellman gave Timeless a three out of five stars rating. He found that the album "is another set lacking in fresh material must be a point of soreness for the singer's fans, but, taken on its own, the disc is hardly worth disregarding." [2]

Track listing

No.TitleOriginal performer(s)Length
1."Something" Al Green 3:55
2."Everybody Here Wants You" Jeff Buckley 4:55
3."You Are My Starship" Norman Connors featuring Michael Henderson 4:13
4."And I Love Her" The Beatles 2:57
5."Come Down in Time" Elton John 3:21
6."Ain't No Way" Aretha Franklin 5:05
7."That's The Way Love Is" Marvin Gaye 4:11
8."It Ain't No Use" Stevie Wonder 5:00
9."I Love You More Than Words Can Say" Otis Redding 3:51
10."Undeniably" Terence Trent D'Arby 4:56
11."Giving Up" Donny Hathaway 6:12



Chart (2008)Peak
US Billboard 200 [3] 54
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [4] 6

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