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The Best Man soundtrack


The Best Man (1999)
 
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 07464699242
Label: Columbia
Label number: CK 69924
Running time: 62m43s
Shipping date: October 12th, 1999
 
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  What You Want - The Roots / Jaguar [4:15]
2.  Let's Not Play The Game - Maxwell [4:31]
3.  After All Is Said And Done - Beyonce / Marc Nelson [4:15]
4.  Poetry Girl - Eric Benet [5:28]
5.  Liar, Liar - Latocha Scott [4:41]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
Beauty - Dru Hill (remix) 
Candy - Cameo
Take It - Terrence Howard

Add more missing songs to this list, or tell us in what scenes these songs are heard or where they can be found.
 
Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What artist sings the song "After All Is Said And Done" in the movie? (from Talisha in Bennettsville, SC)
A: Beyonce (thanks to deedee, monroe, laadd more info
A: Beyonce/Marc Nelson (thanks to Edem, Ivory coastadd more info

Q: What song on the soundtrack did Terrence Howard write? I saw his name in the music credits but it went so fast, I could not see what the name of the song was. Thanks (from pat in sylvania ohio)
A: "Take It" (thanks to Boman, Lantaadd more info

Q: What the name of the song in the wedding they walk down on and who sings it? (from keisha in dublin)
A: "Beautiful Girl" by Ken Lattimore. (thanks to keke, dublinadd more info
A: "After All Is Said and Done" by Beyonce and Marc Nelson. (thanks to karen, chicago,illiniosadd more info

Q: What is the name of the Stevie Wonder song towards the beginning of the movie? Also, what is the name of the last song in the movie that everyone is dancing to and who sings it??  (from Maureen Salinas in San Diego, Ca USA)
A: Stevie Wonders song is "As" and the last song in the movie is "Candy" by Cameo. (thanks to Karina, anywhere and nowhereadd more info

Q: What was the last song played in this movie where everyone got up and danced at the reception party? (from aj in Georgia)
A: "Candy" by Cameo (thanks to Marybeth, Paadd more info

Q: What is the song played at the end of the movie, where everybody dances? (from blackhorse27 in San Josť, Costa Rica)
A: "Candy" by Cameo (thanks to LAVERA23, Chicago Il add more info

Q: What is the last song playing when all the guests do the bus stop dance? (from Dinah in Bronx New York)
A: "Candy" by Cameo (thanks to LAVERA23, Chicago Iladd more info

Q: What is the jazz piece playing when the movie cuts from the wedding to the reception? (it's in 3/4 time)
...from steve in virginia (answer steve's question)

Q: What is the song playing when Morris Chestnut was reading Taye Diggs book and it was going over the scene in the book where he (Taye Diggs) is having sex with Mia? (from Bambi in San Diego, CA, US)
A: Sean Lee III "Tha Hotness" (thanks to Amelia, Valdosta, GAadd more info

Q: What's the song they used for the bride at the wedding? (from JC in Washington)
A: "You're My Latest Greatest Inspiration" by Teddy Pendergrass.... a classic song (thanks to Monty Hall, Bay Area, Caadd more info

Q: Is there sheet music or karaoke music for the song after all is said and done by Beyonce/Marc Nelson? If so, where can I find it?
...from BJ in Maryland (answer BJ's question)

Q: What is the song playing during the wedding? I tried to check the closing credits and all I caught was that it was by someone with the first name of Cliff.
...from weaver in West Virginia (answer weaver's question)

Q: What is the name of the song that is playing in the DVD main menu?
...from Lenny in New Zealand (answer Lenny's question)

Q: What's the last song playing when they are all dancing at the reception????
...from Shelly in NJ (answer Shelly's question)

Q: What dance are they doing at the end of the movie when dancing to "Candy"?
...from U2 in MD (answer U2's question)


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