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

    12:05

    Hot Buttered Soul

  • I Stand Accused - Isaac Hayes

    11:34

    Long version of Isaac Hayes' I Stand Accused...subscribe 2 my channel mattiebrown1992, follow me on twitter @brOWNDidDat

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  • Isaac Hayes - Shaft audio remastered

    4:46

  • Isaac Hayes - Come live with me

    6:44

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  • 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.

  • Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft

    4:40

    Issac Hayes
    Theme from Shaft (1971)

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  • Isaac Hayes - By The Time I Get To Phoenix

    18:52

    All 19:00 of The Black Moses' grooved-out cover of the Jimmy Webb classic. From the quietly chilling 9-minute long backstory all the way through to the epic organ and horn solo finish, it's all here.

  • Isaac Hayes - The Look Of Love

    11:15

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

  • Tom Jones & Isaac Hayes I Love You So

    3:54

    Tom Jones & Isaac Hayes I Love You So
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  • Isaac hayes I Stand Accused

    3:51

    Isaac Hayes, Great Talent in Music
    won a Oscar for the sound track of Shaft. and made wonderful song that lasted of 17 min a big lost for the industry

  • 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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  • Isaac Hayes - Joy

    16:02

    Isaac Hayes - Joy
    From the album Joy
    Stax Records 1973

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  • Isaac Hayes LIVE - Shaft - 2002

    5:52

    ...at Glastonbury.

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

    7:07

    The Isaac Hayes Movement · Enterprise Records · US · 1970

  • 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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  • Isaac Hayes - I Never Can Say Goodbye

    5:14

    A beautiful song by a great voice.

  • Isaac Hayes - I Stand Accused

    11:41

    The Isaac Hayes Movement · Enterprise Records · US · 1970

  • Do Your Thing - Isaac Hayes

    3:20

  • Walk on by-Isaac Hayes

    4:35

    #2 off the Dead presidents soundtrack

  • Isaac Hayes ~ I Love You Thats All

    6:17

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  • Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft

    4:46

    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 - 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.

    The Ultimate Isaac Hayes: Can You Dig It?
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  • Do Your Thing - Isaac Hayes - HQ

    19:32

  • Isaac Hayes - Didnt know love was so good

    3:56

    Album : Raw and Refined (1995)

  • Isaac Hayes - Close to you

    9:11

  • 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.

    The Ultimate Isaac Hayes: Can You Dig It?
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  • Isaac Hayes - That Lovin Feelin

    6:39

    Isaac Hayes - That Lovin' Feelin

  • ISAAC HAYES - SHAFT Live at Montreux

    7:52

  • Issac Hayes - Ikes Mood

    6:33

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

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  • Isaac Hayes-Chocolate Salty Balls Live

    4:32

    Isaac Hayes performing Chef's chocolate salty balls live, RIP Isaac Hayes

  • 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 Going in Circles

    7:02

    Crazy Soul song. One of my all time favourites.

    Isaac Hayes - Black Moses 1971
    (written by Jerry Peters and Anita Poree)

    I'm an ever rolling wheel
    Without a destination real
    And I'm an ever spinning top
    Whirling around 'till I drop

    [1] - Oh, but what am I to do
    My mind is in a whirlpool
    Give me a little hope
    One small thing to cling to

    [2] - You got me going in circles baby
    Oh, around and around I go
    Going in circles yea
    Oh, around and around I go
    I'm strung out over you

    (going in circles - over you) x repeat

    I'm a faceless clock
    With timeless hopes that never stop
    When I feel that way
    You know my soul's at stake

    [Repeat 1]

    [Repeat 2]

    I'm strung out over you( going in circles) x repeat
    Uuh, I need (I need you baby)

  • Isaac Hayes - Soulsville

    3:48

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

  • 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

  • Isaac Hayes - Thing For You

    4:12

    Music video by Isaac Hayes performing Thing For You. (C) 1987 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

  • Isaac Hayes - Hung Up On My Baby

    6:20

    1974 Tough guys soundtrack

  • Hotbed 1978 - Isaac Hayes

    34:03

    1.Use Me

    2.I'm Gonna Have To Tell Her

    3.The Ten Commandments

    4.Feel Like Makin Love

    5.Hobosac And Me

  • 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!

  • Ikes Rap VI/Aint No Sunshine - Isaac Hayes

    17:47

    Live At The Sahara Tahoe 1973

  • Isaac Hayes -04- Something

    11:47

    The version I have is the SACD remaster which cost me nearly £20 so I thought I'd put the link for the MP3 version, link is at the bottom!

    The Isaac Hayes Movement was the third studio album released by Isaac Hayes. Released in 1970, it was the follow-up to Hot Buttered Soul, Hayes' landmark 1969 album. Marvell Thomas had come up with The Isaac Hayes Movement as a name for Hayes' backup ensemble. He modeled the name after the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Similar in structure to Hot Buttered Soul, The Isaac Hayes Movement features only four long tracks, all with meticulous, complex and heavily orchestrated arrangements. However, unlike the previous album, this time all four songs are reworked covers of others' material. This includes Jerry Butler's I Stand Accused, which features a nearly five-minute long spoken intro that precedes the actual song, and The Beatles' Something, which features violin soloing by John Blair. The other two songs included on the album were the Bacharach-David song, I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself and Chalmers and Rhodes' One Big Unhappy Family.

    Released in March 1970,The Isaac Hayes Movement spent a total of seven weeks at number one on Billboard's Soul Albums chart and remained in the top ten until the last week of November in that year. The album also reached number one on the Jazz Albums chart and spent seventy five weeks on the Billboard 200 chart, peaking at number eight. An edited version of I Stand Accused was released as a single in July of 1970. It reached number twenty three on the Soul Singles chart and number forty two on the Pop chart.

    Stax Records reissued The Isaac Hayes Movement in SACD format in 2004.

  • Café Regios - Isaac Hayes

    6:07

    Isaac Hayes - Café Regio's (1971)
    B-side of the 1st single Theme From Shaft from the soundtrack of Shaft.
    Band: Bar-Kays (rhythm section), Isaac Hayes (piano) + The Memphis Horns; guitar solo by Michael Toles

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  • Never Can Say Goodbye by Isaac Hayes from Black Moses

    5:10

    Never Can Say Goodbye 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.

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  • Isaac Hayes Dont Let Go 1979

    3:43

    Super sexy dance on a masterpiece from the GREAT ISAAC HAYES!!!!!!

  • 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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  • 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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  • Early Sunday Morning by Isaac Hayes from Shaft

    3:50

    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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  • Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic by Isaac Hayes from Hot Buttered Soul

    9:37

    Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic by Isaac Hayes from Hot Buttered Soul
    Until Isaac Hayes released Hot Buttered Soul, his four-song long-player masterpiece in 1969, soul music had been a singles-oriented genre. Best known as the partner of David Porter in writing such Stax hits as Hold On! I'm Coming, Soul Man and B-A-B-Y among others, Hayes, along with Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Curtis Mayfield gave the soul album a higher purpose, superseding the standard practice of assembling LPs around recent hits and filler. Even so, a four-song album whose two singles clocked in at 12:03 and 18:42 was unprecedented.

    Hayes had recorded one previous album, Presenting Isaac Hayes in 1968, which failed to impact the charts the way his Porter-collaborated song compositions had for other Stax artists. Nonetheless, label president Al Bell green-lighted Hayes' encore long-player. Hayes went to cross-town Ardent Studios in Memphis to lay down the tracks. There was absolutely no attempt to be commercial, Marvell Thomas, the album's co-producer, told annotator Dahl. It was just, ‘Let's do these songs. Let's do 'em like we like to do 'em. Play whatever you want to play and have a good time doing it.' To the company, it wasn't, ‘We're going to make one of the all-time great albums and it's going to sell huge.' It was, ‘Okay, let Isaac do his thing.'

    Opening with Hayes’ sexy, intimate delivery of Jimmy Webb’s By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” clocking in at 18 and a half minutes, the album also included an extended remake of Burt Bacharach and Hal David’s Walk On By,” given definition by the spacey lead guitar of Harold Beane. The guitar solo was not something that was planned on front end,” recalled Thomas. It was like, ‘Well why not?’ We just stretched out and let it go. When you get in the middle of it, you just kind of ride with it until it stops.” Which it did after 12 minutes. Beane joined Thomas on piano and Hayes himself on organ, backed by the surviving members of the Bar-Kays, a band ravaged by the airplane accident that also claimed Otis Redding. Guitarist Michael Toles and drummer Willie Hall filled out the band. Interestingly, the overdubbing of strings, horns and backing vocals was done in Detroit instead Memphis, thanks largely to the influence of producer Don Davis, who introduced Al Bell to veteran Motown arranger Johnny Allen. Another Detroiter, Dale Warren — the nephew of Berry Gordy’s ex-wife — orchestrated Walk On By,” with a violin section populated with members of the Detroit Symphony.

    The original album contained two other songs as well as the hits. One Woman,” penned by Wilson Pickett accompanist Charlie Chalmers and his future wife, Sandra Rhodes, was more of a traditional Memphis soul ballad, and was recorded also by Al Green for his Green Is Blues album. The only number on Hot Buttered Soul bearing Hayes’ writing imprimatur (a co-write by Bell) sported one of the longest song titles ever conceived: Hyperbolicsyllabiccsesquedalymistic.” According to Thomas, (The title) means the propensity to make a whole big deal of using words to show off your vocabulary.”

    Quoting My Morning Jacket’s Jim James, Everything is revealed when you open your mind to its
    secrets . . . [The album makes] your mind bleed . . . blurring the lines of what you thought you knew before was possible with music. It is one of those start to finish classics. And yes, damn near everything is here: Soul. Rock. Sweeping strings. Blasting horns. Full orchestral arrangements. Bare stripped down moments. Humor. Sadness. Funk . . . The recording is so God-damned 3D. It’s black. It’s white. It is universal. It is timeless. It is LOVE.”

    1) Walk On By
    2) Hyperbolicsyllabiccsesquedalymistic
    3) One Woman
    4) By The Time I Get To Phoenix

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  • Isaac Hayes ~ Theme From Shaft 1971 Soul Purrfection Version

    9:06

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    Growing up in Detroit during the 60's and 70's had prepared me for the onslaught of soul music, but nothing prepared me for the Isaac Hayes performance of the theme from Shaft. The sight of this big black bald headed man rising up from the stage in his chain vest signalled a new star. While the movie was considered to be a blaxploitation flick, it was simply a case of making the hard boiled detective a black man and Richard Roundtree personified him. Isaac won his first Grammy with that one. Isaac Lee Hayes was born August 20, 1942 in Covington, Tennessee into a sharecropper family. That meant as farmers, the family could pay the rent on the property by giving the landlord a portion of their harvest instead of money. Musically inclined he began singing gospel at the age of 5. He then taught himself how to play piano, organ, saxophone and flute. Dropping out of high school, his concerned teachers convinced him to complete his studies for his diploma and graduated at the age of 21. He turned down scholarship offers to help keep his family in food and shelter. He sated his musical appetite by playing gigs starting in the late 50's. That turned into his becoming a session player, vocalist and songwriter that led him to work for the legendary Stax label and quickly accumulated hit singles with Dave Porter as his co writer and songs like Soul Man, Hold On, I'm Comin' and When Something Is Wrong With My Baby for Sam & Dave. He was instrumental in creating the sound of Stax and finally recorded his first album, Presenting Isaac Hayes in 1968. Hayes chose to record his jazzier experiments and the album did not do well. His follow up Hot Buttered Soul from 1969 ushered in a new era in soul and established his sound. He even covered the Burt Bacharach written Walk On By putting his distinctive stamp on it. He was then asked by the producers of a movie about a black private detective action movie to write the score. He gave them a slow building volcano of a song that combined soul with an orchestra while retaining its street cred with the wah wah guitar and the distinctive high hat tinkling throughout. It was a worldwide smash, spending two weeks at the top of the charts in the US. I remember hearing this song on the radio one school day morning and then it was everywhere. Shaft the movie did very well and saved MGM from ruin, their 1.2 million investment in the movie translated to close to 11 million in ticket sales. Hayes also took him a Golden Globe for the song. He continued to work the TV Movie soundtracks game and did not have another hit until 1974, Joy Part 1 and then in 1979 a cover of Roy Hamilton's Don't Let Go. Dionne Warwick had a hit with the Hayes written Deja Vu that same year. He became a voice actor as Chef for South Park and his vocal talents were often used by having him sing songs about getting down with his woman or some sexually suggestive subjects to hilarious effect. Hayes had 14 children with four wives since 1960. On August 10,2008 Hayes was found unresponsive next to a running treadmill that was still in operation. Taken to the hospital, he was declared dead on arrival and found that he died from a stroke. His iconic performance will never be forgotten and I thought it was time to bring this one back in a big way...extra long!

  • Disco Connection 1975 - Isaac Hayes

    45:08

    1.The First Day Of Forever

    2.St. Thomas Square

    3.Vykkii

    4.Disco Connection

    5.Disco Shuffle

    6.Choppers

    7.After Five

    8.Aruba

  • My Taratata - Nagui - Isaac Hayes & Soul II Soul Papa was a Rollin Stone

    8:18

    Dans son Taratata à lui, Nagui a choisi de revoir cette rencontre exceptionnelle entre Isaac Hayes et le groupe Soul II Soul, qui interprètent le morceau Papa was a Rollin' Stone écrit par les auteurs mythiques de la Motown Norman Whitfield et Barrett Strong pour les Temptations.

    Papa was a Rollin' Stone
    N. Whitfield - B. Strong

    Extrait du TARATATA N°109 (14/01/95)

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