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Can't Stop a Man - The Best of Beres Hammond


Download links and information about Can't Stop a Man - The Best of Beres Hammond by Beres Hammond. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Reggae, Dancehall, World Music genres. It contains 39 tracks with total duration of 02:28:39 minutes.

Artist: Beres Hammond
Release date: 2003
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Reggae, Dancehall, World Music
Tracks: 39
Duration: 02:28:39
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No. Title Length
1. One Step 3:40
2. I'm So In Love 3:51
3. Last War (Featuring Zap Pow) (featuring Zap Pow) 4:02
4. Groovy Little Thing 3:29
5. What One Dance Can Do 4:12
6. She Loves Me Now 3:58
7. Tempted to Touch 3:07
8. Putting Up Resistance (Featuring U-Roy) 3:48
9. Come Back Home 3:39
10. Full Attention 3:59
11. Who Say (Featuring Buju Banton) (featuring Buju Banton) 3:09
12. Live On (Featuring Marcia Griffiths) (featuring Marcia Griffiths) 3:08
13. Double Trouble 3:31
14. Step Aside 4:00
15. Love Means Never to Say You're Sorry 3:51
16. Show It Off 4:06
17. Doctor's Orders 3:13
18. My Wish 3:06
19. Sweetness 4:03
20. Sugar You Want 3:45
21. Preacher Man 3:52
22. Left Me Crying 3:44
23. I Could Beat Myself 4:03
24. No Disturb Sign 4:24
25. Can't Stop a Man 3:49
26. Love from a Distance 3:47
27. Sweet Lies 3:51
28. Call On the Father 3:50
29. Warrior Don't Cry 3:13
30. Queen & Lady 3:14
31. Hold On 3:48
32. Can You Play Some More (Pull It Up) [Featuring Buju Banton] (featuring Buju Banton) 3:33
33. They Gonna Talk 3:55
34. Rockaway 3:53
35. Ain't It Good to Know 3:57
36. Come Down Father 4:03
37. Ain't That Loving You (Featuring U-Roy) 3:48
38. Dancehall Vibes 4:13
39. Giving Thanks (Live) 6:05



Can't Stop a Man collects some of Beres Hammond's biggest Jamaican hits, beginning with his first, "One Step Ahead" from 1976, a song produced by Willie Lindo. Moving chronologically through to 2003's sweet and infectious "Dancehall Vibes," which features Big Youth and is one of the highlights here, this two-disc set is a wonderful introduction to this woefully underappreciated singer and writer. With a voice that combines Marvin Gaye's subtle phrasing, Sam Cooke's easy charm, and the soulful power of a David Ruffin, Hammond has a talent for graceful, easy-flowing lovers rock, but he has also effortlessly managed to work light dancehall and hip-hop elements into his work, giving him an uncommon longevity in the ever-shifting sea of styles that is the trademark of Jamaican music. Key tracks here include "Last War," "Who Say" (with Buju Banton),"Sugar You Want," and "Rockaway," a fond reminiscence of the island's roots era. Lovingly packaged, Can't Stop a Man includes track-by-track annotation and discussion.