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Discover The Best of Isaac Hayes [Ace] by Isaac Hayes released in 1998. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.
The Best Of Isaac Hayes (LP, Compilation, Stereo)Enterprise, Stax: ENS-7510: Jamaica: 1974
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- Walk on by
- I Stand Accused
- Hung Up on My Baby
- Night Vision
- Do Your Thing
- Feels Like The First Time
- by The Time I Get to Phoenix
- Monologue: Ike’s Rap I
- The Look of Love
Ike made everything entirely his own, as this 12-minute version of Dionne Warwick’s hit, taken from his breakthrough album, Hot Buttered Soul, makes perfectly clear.
Originally a hit for Chicago soul icon Jerry Butler, and covered numerous times, “I Stand Accused” never sounded the way Isaac Hayes tackled it for The Isaac Hayes Movementin 1970. Its nigh-on five-minutes of rappin’ at the start was just so damn intimate that some fans couldn’t handle it. See that rulebook there? Yeah, the one in the bin. Leave it...
“Baby, you’re in tune to Memphis Soul Sounds 142 FM and this is a super-soulful cut from Isaac Hayes’ soul-soaked new album, Hot Buttered Soul: ‘Hyperbolicsllatic’… Er, ‘Hyperroboticsyllabubic’… Uh, ‘Hypnoticsillytacticsasquatch’… Er, baby, it doesn’t matter what it’s called. Just listen.”
From Hayes’ 1974 movie soundtrack Tough Guys (AKA Three Tough Guys), which also marked the Stax superstar’s debut as an actor, “Hung Up On My Baby” is a super-subtle downtempo soul throbber that’s been plundered by hip-hop and R&B, with Destiny’s Child’s “Illusion” and Geto Boyz’ classic “Mind Playing Tricks On Me” among the killer cuts that bit of...
From hip-hop giant Guru’s third Jazzmatazz album, Street Soul, this is where the best of the hip-hop generation’s rhymesmiths meets the greatest rapper of the funky soul generation. Full of atmosphere, the sample comes from Hayes’ “Walk From Regio’s”…
Everybody was doing a Thing in the early 70s. You got two choices here: the 19-plus minutes of it from the Shaft soundtrack of July 1971, or the mere seven-minute take on 1972’s Live At The Sahara Tahoe. If you want to know how loved the song was, one way to judge is by how many cover versions there were: among the many, check out those by The Temp...
It was perhaps inevitable that the two top sexy soul talkers of their generation would get together, and in 1979 it happened on the album Royal Rappin’s, which delivered Ike and Millie’s discohit, “Feels Like The First Time.”
The final track on the soul shock that was Hot Buttered Soul, Isaac talks his way through the first eight and a half minutes of this Jimmy Webbstandard, storytelling as calm as you like. That’s confidence.
Ike talks. And talks. And talks. But you never get bored with this opening track from 1970’s … To Be Continued.
And from the same album, sampled by everyone from 3rd Bass to Jay Z, this Bacharach-David classic gets the Hayes treatment. Super-romantic yet super-bad at the same time: what’s cooler than that?
- Ian Mccann
- 19 Min.
1986: The Best of Isaac Hayes, Volume 2; 1987: The Very Best Of (2 CDs) 1988: Isaac’s Moods – The Best of Isaac Hayes; 1988: Greatest Hits; 1989: Isaac Hayes – Il Rock; 1991: Il Grande Rock; 1992: Best of 2 Super Artists on 1 Great Compact Disc (mit Barry White) 1993: Double Feature; 1993: The Very Best Of; 1995: Funky Junky ...