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Isaac Hayes

Released on January 1, 2003 by Stax

Main artist: Isaac Hayes

Genre: Electro > Dance

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Album : 1 disk - 8 tracks Total length : 01:01:36

  1. 1 Theme From Shaft (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, Composer, Author, MainArtist - East Memphis Music Corp., MusicPublisher Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  2. 2 Soulsville (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, Composer, Author, MainArtist Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  3. 3 Never Can Say Goodbye (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, MainArtist - Clifton Davis, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  4. 4 Part-Time Love (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, MainArtist - Clay Hammond, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  5. 5 You're Love Is So Doggone Good (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, MainArtist - Booker Ervin, Composer, Author - Rudy Love, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  6. 6 Ain't No Sunshine/Lonely Avenue (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, MainArtist - Doc Pomus, Composer, Author - Bill Withers, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  7. 7 I Stand Accused (Live)

    Isaac Hayes, MainArtist - Jerry Butler, Composer, Author - Curtis Mayfield, Composer, Author - William E. Butler, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

  8. 8 If I Had A Hammer (Finale)

    Peter Seeger, Composer, Author - Isaac Hayes, MainArtist - Lee Hays, Composer, Author Copyright : ℗ 2003 Fantasy, Inc.

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Throughout the 1960s, the record label Stax from Memphis gave birth to the biggest names of gospel-inspired soul. Though above all, Stax offers a unique sound, in total opposition to that of Motown Records. While Berry Gordy, founder of Motown Records, breathed an element of pop into traditional rhythm’n’blues, Stax anchored its semantics in rhythm’n’blues, blues, gospel and even country. Both labels evoke the image of a family. But make no mistake, only Stax could make this claim with no hidden agenda. Motown controls their artists at each stage of their career, while Stax pushes their protégés to express themselves freely within the framework of certain definitions....

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