TRIBUTE: Celebrating 45 Years of Isaac Hayes’ ‘Black Moses’
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Remembering Isaac Hayes Today on What Would Have Been His 75th Birthday (Born 8/20/42)
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Hayes’ Shaft (1971), Curtis managed to be as wholly funky, lyrically pointed and socially conscious solo album was thoroughly brilliant. Predating both Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On (1971) and Isaac
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Isaac Hayes indebted symphonic soul of “Glory Box.” With only three studio albums and one live album
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Around the Corner” (Isaac Hayes’ “Ike’s Rap II,” which was also lifted by Portishead on their “Glory
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memorable basslines. “Vicky’s Tune” is sprinkled with stardust keys, Isaac Hayes’ flute, and ends with
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track by the Sylvers, Parliament Funkadelic, Melvin Bliss, and Isaac Hayes remain just as funky as
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Boogie Down Productions’ ‘Sex and Violence’
energy, with its expert use of Isaac Hayes’ “A House Full of Girls” from the Truck Turner soundtrack than unite. Over a mellow track by Kenny Parker, mixing the keys and guitar from Isaac Hayes’ “Joy
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Compton’s Most Wanted’s ‘Music to Driveby’
illegal means. Over a slow loop from Isaac Hayes’ “The Look of Love,” Eiht assumes the role of 17 smooth track built around a sample of Isaac Hayes’ “Blue’s Crib.” Eiht dumps more lyrical shots
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instantly recognizable sample of Isaac Hayes’ devastatingly wonderful 1969 cover of Burt Bacharach and
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. Iconic songs have a way of doing that to you. Isaac Hayes’ Shaft soundtrack plays out just like a
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 15 Years of Alicia Keys’ Debut Album ‘Songs in A Minor’
provided by the Isaac Hayes Orchestra. Appropriately enough, mind you, considering that Hayes was the
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 30 Years of LL Cool J’s ‘Bigger and Deffer’
from the Isaac Hayes song of the same name, it’s one of the first “fuck the haters” hip-hop tracks, as
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band, all the while evoking a surprisingly organic warmth. Along with Marvin Gaye and Isaac Hayes, Wonder
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Redman’s Debut Album ‘Whut? Thee Album’
built from Isaac Hayes’ “A Few More Kisses To Go” and vocals from the Mary Jane Girls’ “All Night Long
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Massive Attack’s Debut Album ‘Blue Lines’
assorted hip-hop breakbeats, expertly selected samples (Billy Cobham, Funkadelic, Al Green, Isaac Hayes, etc.), dense dub rhythms, cerebral rhymes, and soulful guest vocals is unabashedly reverential
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