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  • Audio CD (June 10, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Liquid 8
  • ASIN: B00009KTZB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,831 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Cab Driver
2. Let Me Be The One
3. Can't Stop Dreaming
4. Never Let Me Go
5. Holding Out For Love
6. Justify
7. What's In Your World
8. Hold On To Me
9. She's Gone
10. All By Myself
11. Fools Rush In

Editorial Reviews

2003 release for the r&b/pop singer features 11 tracks including the hit singles 'Cab Driver', 'What's In Your World', & 'She's Gone'. Liquid 8 Records.

Customer Reviews

I love this CD and never get tired of listening to it.
Buddy Gott
There is no skipping tracks on this CD and some you will have to listen to twice!
K Roman
If you are a Daryl Hall or Hall & Oates fan, this is a must!
Anthony V. Fioravanti

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29 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Juan B. Rueda on June 11, 2003
Format: Audio CD
After several years of being only availble as an import Cd, Cant stop dreaming is finally in the US market. But the wait has been worth it. This is the best solo album by Daryl Hall by far, the most cohesive album, his previous works (Three hearts, Soul Alone and Sacred Songs) have hightlights but this is the most complete work.
This is what American listeners have missed, the best singer-songwriter in history of pop music makes its best with songs like "Let me be the one", "What's in your world", and the single "Cab driver" (which is doing well in the jazz stations).
The album has everything from very romantic tunes "Hold on to Me" "Holding Out for love", to dancing tunes "Never let me go" (this guy knows how to make a dance tune, really!) the uptempo "Fools rush in" (my personal favourite in the album)and even social concern in "All by Myself" very much in the Marvyn's Gaye style.
So if you are bored with the current Adult contemporary artists (no offense, but there is lack of creativity) this is a river of refreshing sounds for your ears. Go and get it, you wont be disapointed!
If you like more about Daryl Hall, its new album with Oates "Do It For love" is called, is a perfect match with this (by the way John Oates also has its own solo album, its first Phunk Shui, very good too).
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Thomas W. Altizer on September 2, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Daryl Hall's latest solo album, "I Can't Stop Dreaming" has been released on the heels of the first new Hall and Oates CD in several years! This is truly an embarassment of riches. The Hall & Oates CD is perfectly wonderful, but for my money, the nod goes to this solo work. "Cab Driver" opens the set and establishes a soulful groove from which the mood doesn't stray. Hall's voice remains a marvel and there are several radio-worthy cuts here that should propel this classic artist back to the top of the charts. At a time when pop music seems perfunctory at best, the solid efforts of Daryl Hall stand head and shoulders above the mainstream tedium and show that soul music still lives!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Ladonna Smith on January 25, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I have always like Daryl Hall when he did his thing with John Oates. But this cd took it to another level for me. I think I was having one of the worst work days of my life and they played "Cabdriver" on the jazz station. Ever since that moment ,I had been on a constant hunt to find this cd. "Cabdriver" has to the be the HARDEST jazz song ever recorded. Me and my dad constantly fight over this cd. I think it's an excellent cd to add to any music collection. Rap, R&B, Jazz, Rock, whatever. "Can't Stop Dreaming" is in there with the best of them. I love his music! It flawlessly transcends age, race and whatever barriers that are out there.

Thanks, Daryl
Much Love
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By andrew i. chaplowitz on January 14, 2002
Format: Audio CD
In the current world of "Diva De Jour" and corporate-created sensationalism, lost in the mix are the artists who have progressed over their long careers. Their work gets better with passing time. Billy Joel certainly comes to mind (one of the few who still has strong sales). I would put Sting in that catagory, as well as James Taylor. Donna Summer sang better than ever on her VH-1 special. But demographics dictate that these artists do not get airplay nor support from their labels.
DARYL HALL FITS IN THIS CATAGORY!! Along with the 1993 release, SOUL ALONE, you have some incredible songs that eclipse his earlier work. In particular, on CAN'T STOP DREAMING, there are three or four songs that will blow you away. "Something About You" is a terrific ballad. "Cab Driver" is as good as adult contemporary gets, just great. "What's In Your World", is one of the best songs of its type to come along in a long time, I got chills hearing it. And lastly, the re-working of the Hall&Oates classic "She's Gone" is breath-taking--he covers his own hit with the perspective of two decades of living. Just a stellar acoustic guitar-driven arrangement. The lower key signature (from C down to A flat) gives it a fresh new sound.
He is in fine voice, with more notes now in the bottom range, the control is still there and his reading of the lyric better and more selective of when to belt and use acapella, etc.
This is what good music is all about. I can't fathom how anyone couldn't like this record. Also, "Never Let Me Go" is a solid dance number and would fit into any club mix. The younger generation would dig it if they were just exposed to it. The differences in music from the late 90's vs. the 70's are not as profound as say, the 70's vs.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Joseph D. Sealey on February 5, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Can't Stop Dreaming is a treasure waiting to be found. I first got a copy from a friend in 1997. I still listen to this great work of art. This is Daryl at his purest most soulful best. He is truly the most underrated artist in our generation. So far this piece of work is the greatest piece not released to the world.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Henry Cooper on February 4, 2005
Format: Audio CD
I luv this man when he performs his solo hits. He is such a genius. I appreciate the work that u did man. Good job.

Some of my fav. songs are Cabdriver and the acoustic remake of "She's Gone".

Y'know you must come back w/ more like this on your next solo album 'cuz you can surely rock. This CD is definitely a classic w/ so much varied styles of jazz, R&B, rock, pop and rock.

Recommend it if they love Steely Dan, Simply Red, Michael McDonald, The Doobie Brothers, Slim Man, Bobby Caldwell, Miles Davis, Boyz II Men, Alicia Keys, Brian McKnight, Lisa Stansfield, Barry White, OutKast, Kanye West, Twista, Marvin Gaye, Quincy Jones, Grover Washington, etc.

Much from your #1 big fan, Henry
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