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Latimer House

Latimer House

Latimer House


Prague is the adoptive home of Latimer House, whose foundations were laid in 2010 when drummer and percussionist Jiří Kominek (from Toronto) and guitarist Joe Cook (London) booked a rehearsal room to jam song ideas. Keyboard player Anar Yusufov (Baku) joined later that year and in early 2011 bassist Michael Jetton (Virginia) moved in to help nail it all together. In May 2012 they went into Prague’s Faust Studios for the first of several sessions with engineer Derek Saxenmeyer to record their collection of songs Read more on Last.fm
Prague is the adoptive home of Latimer House, whose foundations were laid in 2010 when drummer and percussionist Jiří Kominek (from Toronto) and guitarist Joe Cook (London) booked a rehearsal room to jam song ideas. Keyboard player Anar Yusufov (Baku) joined later that year and in early 2011 bassist Michael Jetton (Virginia) moved in to help nail it all together. In May 2012 they went into Prague’s Faust Studios for the first of several sessions with engineer Derek Saxenmeyer to record their collection of songs, ten of which were selected for All The Rage. The last track they recorded was their first release, This Is Pop. Joe, Jiří, Anar and Michael are into a wide range of music, from classic 60s and 70s pop and rock, through funk and New Wave, to obscure experimental stuff, jazz, folk and contemporary alternative sounds.

All four have played in various bands down the years, with Jiří and Anar busy with musical projects aside from Latimer House. Their different backgrounds and interests all come through in their music, although Joe’s vocal delivery certainly puts an English stamp on proceedings! All The Rage would not be what it is without the talents of engineer Derek Saxenmeyer, the mandolin and violin of Jim Thompson, the guitar of Justin Lavash, the trumpet of Tommy Levvechia, and Jan Keller, the world’s coolest cellist who sports a Mohican and plays with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. These guys brought additional range and dynamic to the songs and sound of Latimer House. Read more on Last.fm.

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