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Beresford Hammond - Why FLAC
Performer:
Beresford Hammond
Album:
Why
Released:
1974
Country:
Jamaica
Label:
First Light
Catalog:
1803
FLAC size:
2112 mb
MP3 size:
2555 mb
WMA size:
2920 mb


Tracklist


1Why (Version)3:12
2Why3:12


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneBeres Hammond Why ‎(7")Question noneUnknown


Credits


  • Arranged ByH. Butler, L. Gordon
  • Lyrics ByH. Butler
  • ProducerH. Butler


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: FHB 267 A
  • Matrix / Runout: FHB 267 B


Video



Album


Label: First Light - 45 rpm Arranged By H. Butler, L. Gordon Produced & Lyrics By H. Beres Hammond OJ born Hugh Beresford Hammond 28 August 1955, in Annotto Bay, Saint Mary, Jamaica is a Jamaican reggae singer known in particular for his lovers rock music. While his career began in the 1970s, he reached his greatest success in the 1990s. Born the ninth of ten children Hammond grew up listening to his father's collection of American soul and jazz music including Sam Cooke and Otis Redding. He was further influenced by the native musics of ska and rocksteady, in particular Alton Ellis. This duo's name, Beresford Hammond, hints at its membership-Charlie Beresford, guitarist and vocalist in the improvising quartet Fourth Page, and classically-trained cellist Sonia Hammond, whose first CD of Bach was recorded live in St. Mary's Church, Hay-on-Wye, by Beresford, in March 2014. That summer, when the two found themselves at a loose end due to a cancelled studio session, they used the opportunity to record some duo improvisations together, just to see where it would go. From the off, with Beresford alternating between acoustic guitar and piano, it is obvious t. Beresford Hammond 28,1955 Annotto Bay,, Jamaica has only really risen to become popular in the 'digital' age of Reggae, although his career stretches back to the 1970's. Considered by many to be one of Jamaica's finest contemporary vocalists, his best wor read more. Considered by many to be one of Jamaica's finest contemporary vocalists, his best work. Hugh Beresford Hammond is a reggae singer and producer known for his romantic lovers rock. Beresford Hammond. Member Of. Zap Pow. Submit Corrections. Beres Hammond. Biography by Steve Huey. Follow Artist. Jamaican reggae singer whose dusky, emotive voice made him a major figure in the lovers rock movement, as well as an influence on dancehall. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . One Love, One Life is the fifteenth studio album by the Jamaican reggae singer Beres Hammond, released as a double album on 13 November 2012 by VP Records. One Love, One Life consists of 20 songs and Hammond himself produced 19 out of 20 songs with various co-producers including Donovan Germain on No Candle Light, Collin 'Bulby' York on In My Arms, and Michael Fletcher on More Time. The first disc, One Love features Hammond's distinctive classic lovers rock sounds, such as No Candle Light, In My Arms, and Keep Me. Beresford Hammond: Each Edge of the Field jazz review by John Eyles, published on July 4, 2017. Some things were meant to be,so why not let it be, and stop worrying about it - Beres Hammond. Beres Hammond Hammond In The Wailers Reggae Music Dancehall Latest Music Bob Marley Black Girl Magic Hard Rock. Beres Hammond - I Feel Good. More nice vibes from Beres from my album ' A Moment In Time' 'Wrap me in your arms to some sweet reggae music'. Reggae Music Music Songs Music Videos Beres Hammond Jamaican Music Mr Perfect Top Videos Sound Of Music Music Lovers. Beres Hammond - Sweet Lies Official Music Video