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  • Walk On By - Isaac Hayes w/The Bar-Kays

    12:05

    Hot Buttered Soul

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  • I Stand Accused by Isaac Hayes from The Isaac Hayes Movement

    11:40

    I Stand Accused by Isaac Hayes from The Isaac Hayes Movement.
    If some cynics chimed that Hot Buttered Soul had been a fluke, Isaac Hayes easily repeated the success of that 1969 breakthrough for symphonic soul with this 1970 masterpiece. Like its predecessor, it contains four long songs and became a massive seller, peaking at No. 8 on Billboard's pop album chart. Highlights include Hayes's soulfully simmering renditions of Jerry Butler's I Stand Accused and the Beatles' Something, the latter featuring the serpentine jazz violin work of John Blair. Stax Records historian Rob Bowman has called Hayes's vocal on I Stand Accused his finest moment as a singer and that song's interplay between Pat Lewis's background vocal line and Michael Toles's circular guitar figure pure alchemical magic.

    1. I Stand Accussed
    2. One Big Unhappy Family
    3. I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
    4. Something


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  • Isaac Hayes - Never Can Say Goodbye

    5:16

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. Multiplatinum-selling artist Isaac Hayes, dubbed “Black Moses” during the height of his popularity, revolutionized soul music, leading it out of the era of the three-minute single into a new area—the orchestrated concept album with (very) extended cuts.

    Hayes began his career as a pianist and staff writer for Stax Records, and, alongside songwriting partner David Porter, wrote some of the biggest hits of the 1960’s, including “Soul Man” and “Hold On! I’m Comin’” for Sam & Dave.

    Expanding his repertoire, Hayes penned the iconic soundtrack for 1971’s Shaft. The album became Hayes’s fourth consecutive platinum LP and the “Theme from Shaft” earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    Though often known for his larger than life persona, Hayes’ musical accomplishments – which laid the groundwork for disco and rap – established him as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

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  • Come Live With Me by Isaac Hayes from Chocolate Chip

    6:31

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  • Isaac Hayes - If Loving You Is Wrong I Dont Want To Be Right

    4:51

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. Multiplatinum-selling artist Isaac Hayes, dubbed “Black Moses” during the height of his popularity, revolutionized soul music, leading it out of the era of the three-minute single into a new area—the orchestrated concept album with (very) extended cuts.

    Hayes began his career as a pianist and staff writer for Stax Records, and, alongside songwriting partner David Porter, wrote some of the biggest hits of the 1960’s, including “Soul Man” and “Hold On! I’m Comin’” for Sam & Dave.

    Expanding his repertoire, Hayes penned the iconic soundtrack for 1971’s Shaft. The album became Hayes’s fourth consecutive platinum LP and the “Theme from Shaft” earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    Though often known for his larger than life persona, Hayes’ musical accomplishments – which laid the groundwork for disco and rap – established him as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

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  • Walk on By - Isaac Hayes

    4:33

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    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. Walk on By by Isaac Hayes off the album 'The Complete Stax / Volt Soul Singles, Vol. 2: 1968-1971'
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  • Isaac Hayes - Joy

    16:02

    Isaac Hayes - Joy
    From the album Joy
    Stax Records 1973

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  • Do Your Thing - Isaac Hayes - HQ

    19:32

  • Isaac Hayes, Live at the Jazz Open Festival Stuttgart 1997 - Shaft

    53:21

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  • Isaac Hayes - The Look Of Love

    11:15

    ...To Be Continued · Enterprise Records · US · 1970

  • Isaac Hayes - Hyperbolicsyllablecsesquedalymistic

    9:41

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. Multiplatinum-selling artist Isaac Hayes, dubbed “Black Moses” during the height of his popularity, revolutionized soul music, leading it out of the era of the three-minute single into a new area—the orchestrated concept album with (very) extended cuts.

    Hayes began his career as a pianist and staff writer for Stax Records, and, alongside songwriting partner David Porter, wrote some of the biggest hits of the 1960’s, including “Soul Man” and “Hold On! I’m Comin’” for Sam & Dave.

    Expanding his repertoire, Hayes penned the iconic soundtrack for 1971’s Shaft. The album became Hayes’s fourth consecutive platinum LP and the “Theme from Shaft” earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    Though often known for his larger than life persona, Hayes’ musical accomplishments – which laid the groundwork for disco and rap – established him as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

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  • Isaac Hayes - I Never Can Say Goodbye

    5:14

    A beautiful song by a great voice.

  • Isaac Hayes - Come live with me

    6:44

  • Isaac Hayes - Walk On By

    9:31

    Isaac Hayes is one of the most influential and respected figures in Black American music. In a career that dates back to the start of the sixties he has had top selling singles, released ground breaking albums, composed the Grammy and Oscar winning film score for Shaft, supplied the voice of Chef in South Park and written innumerable hit songs for other artists.

    Isaac Hayes has made several appearances at Montreux but this one, his most recent appearance from 2005, undoubtedly captures him at his very best with trademark performances of all his best known tracks.

  • Do Your Thing - Isaac Hayes

    3:20

  • Isaac Hayes performs Shaft at the 2002 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

    4:50

    Isaac Hayes performs Shaft at the 2002 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

    Looking for more Induction Ceremony memories from Isaac Hayes? Visit his official Hall of Fame online bio:

    Dive into the full 2002 Induction Ceremony video collection at rockhall.com/inductees/classes/2002 and watch all videos, read from the official Hall of Fame program bios and view image galleries from the big night and archival materials.

  • Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft

    3:17

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    Up your karaoke game with the first official lyric video for Isaac’s Hayes’ “Theme From Shaft.” The original Shaft soundtrack reached number 1 on Billboard and won a Grammy for Best Film Score, while the “Theme won the Oscar for Best Original Song.

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  • Isaac Hayes LIVE - Shaft - 2002

    5:52

    ...at Glastonbury.

  • Issac Hayes - Walk On By

    9:31

    Isaac Hayes is one of the most influential and respected figures in Black American music.
    In a career that dates back to the start of the sixties he has had top selling singles, released ground breaking albums, composed the Grammy and Oscar winning film score for Shaft, supplied the voice of Chef in South Park and written innumerable hit songs for other artists.
    Isaac Hayes has made several appearances at Montreux but this one, his most recent appearance from 2005, undoubtedly captures him at his very best with trademark performances of all his best known tracks.

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  • Walk on by-Isaac Hayes

    4:35

    #2 off the Dead presidents soundtrack

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  • Millie Jackson and Isaac Hayes - You Never Crossed My Mind

    3:50

    From Royal Rappin album (1979)
    Whenever Millie and Isaac collaborate you can't help but believe they mean every word and emotion expressed in their songs. You Never Crossed My Mind is no different!

  • Isaac Hayes - Hung Up On My Baby

    6:20

    1974 Tough guys soundtrack

  • Isaac Hayes - By The Time I Get To Phoenix

    18:46

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. Multiplatinum-selling artist Isaac Hayes, dubbed “Black Moses” during the height of his popularity, revolutionized soul music, leading it out of the era of the three-minute single into a new area—the orchestrated concept album with (very) extended cuts.

    Hayes began his career as a pianist and staff writer for Stax Records, and, alongside songwriting partner David Porter, wrote some of the biggest hits of the 1960’s, including “Soul Man” and “Hold On! I’m Comin’” for Sam & Dave.

    Expanding his repertoire, Hayes penned the iconic soundtrack for 1971’s Shaft. The album became Hayes’s fourth consecutive platinum LP and the “Theme from Shaft” earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    Though often known for his larger than life persona, Hayes’ musical accomplishments – which laid the groundwork for disco and rap – established him as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

    The Ultimate Isaac Hayes: Can You Dig It?
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  • Isaac Hayes: The Black Moses of Soul

    1:16:12

    Isaac Hayes with his band, The Movement, recorded live in concert in Atlanta, Georgia, during their 1973 tour.


    1 Light My Fire
    2 I Don't Know What To Do With Myself
    3 Never Can Say Goodbye
    4 By The Time I Get To Phoenix
    5 The Look Of Love
    6 I Stand Accused

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  • Isaac Hayes - Walk On By

    3:24

    Isaac Hayes performing Burt Bucharach & Hal David's Walk On By (Single Version) Live, at Music Scene, 1969. A Dionne Warwick cover. Below are the lyrics of the full version from his landmark Hot Buttered Soul (1969)

    If you see me walkin' down the street
    And I start to cry, each time we meet
    Then walk on by, walk on by
    Make believe that you don't see the tears
    You just let me grieve
    In private 'cause each time I see you
    I just can't help myself
    I think about how tight we used to be
    I break down and cry
    Oh baby, walk on by

    Mmm
    I just can't get over losing you
    So if I seem broken in two
    Please walk on by, walk on by
    Foolish pride, is all that I have left
    So let me hide
    The tears and the sadness you gave me
    I didn't asked you for it
    But you gave me
    When you said goodbye
    Oh mama, walk on by
    Make believe you never see the tears I cry
    So do me a favor and walk on by
    Please oh, walk on by

    Mmm
    I just can't get over losing you
    So if I seem broken in two
    Walk on by, walk on by
    Foolish pride is all that I have left
    So let me hide
    The tears and the sadness you gave me
    You put the hurt on me
    You socked it to me, momma
    When you said goodbye
    So please, walk on by
    Oh momma
    Make believe you never see the tears I cry
    So I beggin' you to walk on by
    Make believe you never see the tears I cry
    So I beggin' you, I beggin' you to walk on by
    Make believe you never see the tears I cry
    Oh, there's no dust in my eye
    Oh no, smokin' ain't makin' me cry, no, no, no
    It's the hurt, you put on me, yeah
    I don't want you, see this man cry
    So please, walk on by
    Oh momma, momma, momma, walk on by

  • Sam Moore, Isaac Hayes, Steve Cropper perform When Something Is Wrong With My Baby 2002

    5:39

    Sam Moore, Isaac Hayes and Steve Cropper perform When Something Is Wrong With My Baby' at the 2002 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

    Looking for more Induction Ceremony memories from Isaac Hayes? Visit his official Hall of Fame online bio:

    Dive into the full 2002 Induction Ceremony video collection at rockhall.com/inductees/classes/2002 and watch all videos, read from the official Hall of Fame program bios and view image galleries from the big night and archival materials.

  • Theme From Shaft by Isaac Hayes from Shaft

    4:40

    Shaft - Music from the Soundtrack, composed and performed by Isaac Hayes. Of the many wonderful blaxpoitation soundtracks to emerge during the early '70s, Shaft certainly deserves mention as not only one of the most lasting but also one of the most successful. Isaac Hayes was undoubtedly one of the era's most accomplished soul artists, and with 'Theme from Shaft,' he delivered an anthem just as ambitious and revered as the film itself, a song that has only grown more treasured over the years, after having been an enormously popular hit at the time of its release. Shaft still remains a powerful record; one of Hayes' pinnacle moments for sure.

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  • Isaac Hayes - Dont Let Go

    12:53

    Don't Let Go is a song written by Jesse Stone. The song was first a hit for Roy Hamilton in 1958. The Roy Hamilton version reached #2 on the R&B charts and #12 on the pop charts. In 1979, Isaac Hayes recorded this disco version of the song peaking at #11 on the soul chart and #18 on the Hot 100. The song was Hayes' most successful entry on the disco chart, peaking at #3. Telma Hopkins of Tony Orlando & Dawn singing backup on this tune.

    Isaac Lee Hayes, Jr. (August 20, 1942 – August 10, 2008) was an American singer-songwriter, actor, and producer. Hayes was one of the creative influences behind the southern soul music label Stax Records, where he served both as an in-house songwriter and as a record producer, teaming with his partner David Porter during the mid-1960s. Hayes, Porter, Bill Withers, the Sherman Brothers, Steve Cropper, and John Fogerty were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2005 in recognition of writing scores of notable songs for themselves, the duo Sam & Dave, Carla Thomas, and others. Hayes is also a 2002 inductee into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    The hit song Soul Man, written by Hayes and Porter and first performed by Sam & Dave, has been recognized as one of the most influential songs of the past 50 years by the Grammy Hall of Fame. It was also honored by The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, by Rolling Stone magazine, and by the RIAA as one of the Songs of the Century. During the late 1960s, Hayes also began recording music and he had several successful soul albums such as Hot Buttered Soul (1969) and Black Moses (1971). In addition to his work in popular music, he worked as a composer of musical scores for motion pictures.

    He was well known for his musical score for the film Shaft (1971). For the Theme from Shaft, he was awarded the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1972. He became the third African-American, after Sidney Poitier and Hattie McDaniel, to win an Academy Award in any competitive field covered by Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. He also won two Grammy Awards for that same year. Later, he was given his third Grammy for his music album Black Moses.

    He acted in motion pictures and television, such as in the movies Truck Turner and I'm Gonna Git You Sucka, and as Gandolf Gandy Fitch in the TV series The Rockford Files (1974–1980). From 1997 to 2005, he lent his distinctive, deep voice to the character Chef on the animated TV series South Park.

    Hear that whistle its 10 o'clock
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Come on baby it's time to rock
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    I'm so glad I've got you here
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Keeps me grinnin' from ear to ear
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Oo-ee, mmm this feelin' is killin' me
    Aaaw shucks
    Well, I wouldn't stop for a million bucks
    (I love you so)
    Just hold me tight and don't let go
    Thunder, lightnin', wind and rain
    (Don't let go, don't let go)

    Love is formin' inside my brain
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    I'm so eager I'm nearly dyin'
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    You've been keepin' your lips from mine
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Oo-ee, mmm this feelin' is killin' me
    Aaaw shucks
    Well, I wouldn't stop for a million bucks
    (I love you so)
    Just hold me tight and don't let go, yeah
    Whooooa, yeah
    Don't let go

    Come on and kiss me, kiss me sweet
    Hold me tight baby and don't let go
    (Don't let go)
    Come on and love me
    You've gotta love me
    (Don't let go)
    I want ya, I want ya, I really, really want ya
    (Don't let go)
    All night, feels so right
    (Don't let go)
    Hold me tight, don't let go

    [Instrumental Interlude]

    Hound dogs barkin' upside the hill
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Love is draggin' him through the mill
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    If it wasn't for havin' you, girl
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    I'd be a-howlin' and a-barkin' too
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Ooh-ee, mmm this feelin' is killin' me
    Aaaw shucks
    Well, I wouldn't stop for a million bucks
    (I love you so)
    Just hold me tight and don't let go, no
    No, no don't let go
    I need ya so, girl
    Hold me, momma

    (Hold me tight if it takes all night)
    (But don't let go)
    Don't, don't let me go
    (I wouldn't stop for a million bucks)
    ('Cause I love you so)
    No, no, no I love you so, yeah

    (Repeat Chorus)

    One day you woman you'll quit me yet
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Yet I'll be crying and soaking wet
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Well they won't I'll never never stand no, no
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Knowing these kisses from other men?
    (Don't let go, don't let go)
    Ooh-ee, mmm this feelin' is killin' me
    Aaaw shucks
    Well, I wouldn't stop for a million bucks
    (I love you so)
    Just hold me tight and don't let go, no
    No, no don't let go

    (Hold me tight if it takes all night)
    (But don't let go)
    Don't, don't let me go
    (I wouldn't stop for a million bucks)
    ('Cause I love you so)
    No, no, no I love you so, yeah

    (Repeat Chorus)

  • Do Your Thing - Isaac Hayes

    19:31

    Shaft Soundtrack 1971

  • Isaac Hayes live at Prospect Park Bandshell on June 12, 2008

    1:33:17

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    Isaac Hayes playing live at BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! at Prospect Park Bandshell in Prospect Park, Brooklyn, New York City on June 12, 2008.


    Setlist:
    Don’t Let Go
    Joy
    Don’t Take Your Love Away
    Walk On By
    Do Your Thing
    Never Can Say Goodbye
    Soul Man
    I Stand Accused
    A Few More Kisses To Go
    Theme From Shaft
    The Blues Is Alright

  • Isaac Hayes - Sinbads Summer Jam 4 98

    12:48

  • Isaac Hayes - Do Your Thing

    3:21

    Shop the Stax Online Store:
    Pick up exclusive collectible items, plus music from your favorite Stax artists and legends. Multiplatinum-selling artist Isaac Hayes, dubbed “Black Moses” during the height of his popularity, revolutionized soul music, leading it out of the era of the three-minute single into a new area—the orchestrated concept album with (very) extended cuts.

    Hayes began his career as a pianist and staff writer for Stax Records, and, alongside songwriting partner David Porter, wrote some of the biggest hits of the 1960’s, including “Soul Man” and “Hold On! I’m Comin’” for Sam & Dave.

    Expanding his repertoire, Hayes penned the iconic soundtrack for 1971’s Shaft. The album became Hayes’s fourth consecutive platinum LP and the “Theme from Shaft” earned him an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

    Though often known for his larger than life persona, Hayes’ musical accomplishments – which laid the groundwork for disco and rap – established him as one of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

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  • Wonderful

    3:41

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Wonderful · Isaac Hayes

    Stax Classics

    ℗ 2007 Stax / Fantasy Records Inc.

    Released on: 2017-05-19

    Producer: Isaac Hayes
    Composer Lyricist: Isaac Hayes

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • The Look Of Love by Isaac Hayes from To Be Continued

    11:14

    Isaac Hayes made his initial mark as a writer of songs for other artists, particularly Sam and Dave, for whom he penned (along with David Porter) such smashes as Hold On, I'm Comin' and Soul Man. As a solo artist, however, Hayes specialized in placing his personal stamp on the work of other composers. This classic album, issued just before Christmas of 1970, finds Isaac Hayes working with the Bar-Kays, the Memphis Horns and the Memphis Symphony Orchestra applying his bedroom baritone voice and hot-buttered orchestral sound to tunes that had previously charted for Ruby and the Romantics (Our Day Will Come), Dusty Springfield and Sergio Mendes (The Look of Love), the Righteous Brothers (You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'), and Runnin' Out of Fools (Aretha Franklin). ...To Be Continued became a No. 11 pop-charter for its multi-talented creator.

    1. Monologue: Ike’s Rap 1
    2. Our Day Will Come
    3. The Look Of Love
    4. Monologue: Ike’s Mood / You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling’
    5. Running’ Out Of Fools

  • Close To You by Isaac Hayes from Black Moses

    9:05

    Black Moses, the original LP cover of which unfolded in the shape of a cross three feet wide and four feet tall, is a wondrously crafted, intense evocation of the vagaries of love gone bad, in the words of Stax historian Rob Bowman. Hayes used songs popularized by such artists as the Jackson 5, the Carpenters, Toussaint McCall, Little Johnny Taylor, Jerry Butler, the Whispers, Ray Price, and Dionne Warwick, along with his own highly erotic Good Love, to express the heartbreak he was feeling about the breakup of his own marriage. Isaac's ability to take other people's material and make it so deeply personal, Bowman observed, is nothing short of brilliant.

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  • That Loving Feeling by Isaac Hayes from Chocolate Chip

    6:36

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  • Dionne Warwick & Isaac Hayes - Deja Vu

    4:01

    Dionne Warwick reunites with her friend and former singing partner ( remember A Man and His Woman concert album from 1974-75?) Here they are again in 1990 doing a duet of Deja Vu a big hit for Dionne in 1979.

  • Issac Hayes - Ikes Mood

    6:33

    Artist: Isaac Hayes
    Song: Ike's Mood
    Album: To Be Continued...

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  • Isaac Hayes - Just The Way You Are

    9:30

    Isaac Hayes


    ***NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED***ALL RIGHTS GO TO THE ARTIST'S RESPECTIVE LABEL***I DO NOT OWN THIS SONG!***FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY***I DON'T OWN ANYTHING!!***

  • Isaac Hayes - Fragile 1995

    4:41

  • Isaac Hayes - I Just Dont Know What To Do With Myself

    7:04

    Off The Very Best Of Isaac Hayes Album. Make sure to download this track on itunes or Amazon!!!

  • Isaac Hayes - Ill Do Anything

    7:40

  • Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft

    5:23




  • Isaac Hayes - That Lovin Feelin

    6:39

    Isaac Hayes - That Lovin' Feelin

  • Isaac Hayes ‎- Joy

    16:18

    1973 - Lp Joy

  • Cafe Regios from Isaac Hayes by Shaft

    6:10

    Shaft - Music from the Soundtrack, composed and performed by Isaac Hayes. Of the many wonderful blaxpoitation soundtracks to emerge during the early '70s, Shaft certainly deserves mention as not only one of the most lasting but also one of the most successful. Isaac Hayes was undoubtedly one of the era's most accomplished soul artists, and with 'Theme from Shaft,' he delivered an anthem just as ambitious and revered as the film itself, a song that has only grown more treasured over the years, after having been an enormously popular hit at the time of its release. Shaft still remains a powerful record; one of Hayes' pinnacle moments for sure.

    Get the latest official Master of Soul merch at:


    Official Isaac Hayes




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  • Isaac Hayes - Showdown - Love Attack 1988

    6:25

    isaac hayes album track from 1988. Once again equalized to the max.

  • Isaac Hayes: Lifes Mood/Fragile Suite

    13:54

    Original Album: Branded (1985)

    I've stuck in one tune I call a suite the 4 songs:
    Ike's Plea+Life's Mood+Fragile+Life's Mood II=Life's Mood Suite
    John

  • Need To Belong To Someone by Isaac Hayes from Black Moses

    5:17

    Need To Belong To Someone by Isaac Hayes from Black Moses.
    Black Moses, the original LP cover of which unfolded in the shape of a cross three feet wide and four feet tall, is a wondrously crafted, intense evocation of the vagaries of love gone bad, in the words of Stax historian Rob Bowman. Hayes used songs popularized by such artists as the Jackson 5, the Carpenters, Toussaint McCall, Little Johnny Taylor, Jerry Butler, the Whispers, Ray Price, and Dionne Warwick, along with his own highly erotic Good Love, to express the heartbreak he was feeling about the breakup of his own marriage. Isaac's ability to take other people's material and make it so deeply personal, Bowman observed, is nothing short of brilliant.

    Get the latest official Master of Soul merch at:


    Official Isaac Hayes




    Synch Licensing:

  • Ellies Love Theme by Isaac Hayes from Shaft

    3:19

    Shaft - Music from the Soundtrack, composed and performed by Isaac Hayes. Of the many wonderful blaxpoitation soundtracks to emerge during the early '70s, Shaft certainly deserves mention as not only one of the most lasting but also one of the most successful. Isaac Hayes was undoubtedly one of the era's most accomplished soul artists, and with 'Theme from Shaft,' he delivered an anthem just as ambitious and revered as the film itself, a song that has only grown more treasured over the years, after having been an enormously popular hit at the time of its release. Shaft still remains a powerful record; one of Hayes' pinnacle moments for sure.

    Get the latest official Master of Soul merch at:


    Official Isaac Hayes




    Synch Licensing:

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