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Name:Isaac Hayes Ultimate Collection (2000) Lossless FLAC

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01 - Theme From Shaft.flac (Size: 498.06 MB) (Files: 31)

 01 - Theme From Shaft.flac

34.81 MB

 02 - Never Can Say Goodbye.flac

23.50 MB

 03 - Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic.flac

65.27 MB

 04 - Do Your Thing.flac

20.45 MB

 05 - Walk On By.flac

27.34 MB

 06 - Joy - Pt 1.flac

30.55 MB

 07 - Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight.flac

37.20 MB

 08 - Out Of The Ghetto.flac

24.70 MB

 09 - Chocolate Chip.flac

39.22 MB

 10 - A Few More Kisses To Go.flac

37.39 MB

 11 - Don't Let Go.flac

26.67 MB

 12 - Moonlight Lovin (Menage A Trois).flac

26.93 MB

 13 - It's Heaven To Me.flac

25.92 MB

 14 - Dark And Lovely.flac

28.70 MB

 15 - Ike's Rap.flac

19.70 MB

 16 - Birth Of Shaft.flac

21.75 MB

 AMG Bio.txt

5.27 KB

 AMG Review.txt

2.15 KB



1.03 MB

  Booklet-01 [Front].jpg

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700.19 KB

  Inlay Inside.jpg

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4.43 KB


34.34 KB

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Isaac Hayes - Ultimate Collection (2000)

Isaac Hayes   Ultimate Collection (2000) Lossless FLAC preview 0

Files by track, ripped at FLAC 8 using Easy CD-DA Extractor ([url]www.poikosoft.com[/url])
Tracks have full tags (including embedded thumbnail).
All artwork in jpgs at 300 d.p.i. Rotated and cropped losslessly using jpegcrop. (Includes 12 page booklet.)
AMG Bio.txt
AMG Review.txt
Notes.txt (which is simply these notes included in the torrent)

Bio Excerpt from All Music:

Few figures exerted greater influence over the music of the 1960s and 1970s than Isaac Hayes; after laying the groundwork for the Memphis soul sound through his work with Stax-Volt Records, Hayes began a highly successful solo career which predated not only the disco movement but also the evolution of rap.

Hayes was born on August 20, 1942, in Covington, TN; his parents died during his infancy, and he was raised by his grandparents. After making his public debut singing in church at the age of five, he taught himself piano, organ, and saxophone before moving to Memphis to perform on the city's club circuit in a series of short-lived groups like Sir Isaac and the Doo-Dads, the Teen Tones, and Sir Calvin and His Swinging Cats. In 1962, he began his recording career, cutting sides for a variety of local labels.

Two years later, Hayes began playing sax with the Mar-Keys, which resulted in the beginning of his long association with Stax Records. ...

To read the entire bio: [url]http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=11:3nfrxqw5ldhe~T1[/url]

All Music Album Review:

Trying to whittle Isaac Hayes' mammoth output over 30 years down to a manageable single disc is a futile task. Not only is there so much material, but many of his best tracks, at least from the Stax years, are over ten minutes long. As much as this disc gives it a valiant shot, it's doomed by time constraints alone. Since the majority of Hayes' most memorable work after his non-performing, songwriting years was during the '70s, this collection nabs 13 of its 16 tracks from that decade and should probably have focused entirely on that period. The two later cuts that close the disc -- especially the meandering "Ike's Rap" from 1986 -- are disposable. More problematic, though, is the surreptitious editing of Hayes' longer material like "Never Can Say Goodbye," "Walk on By," and "Joy" (although interestingly not the nine-minute "Hyperbol"), which are all severely shortened from their original versions. Unfortunately, that essential information is nowhere to be found on the outside sleeve or liner notes. That said, the meat of those extended songs is still represented in the edits, and Hayes' trademarked slow-burn soul/funk permeates the bulk of this collection. The decision to eliminate most of his soundtrack work -- save for two tracks from Shaft -- was a smart one, and except for the cliché disco of "Don't Let Go" and the up-beat rubber band groove of "Out of the Ghetto," the album sticks primarily to the unhurried gooey funk formula that made Hayes' name synonymous with low lights, between-the-sheets, sweet, sizzling lovin'. Aside from the questionable choice of the loungy "It's Heaven to Me," where Hayes sounds like a soulful Engelbert Humperdinck, the disc does an admirable job of selecting its tracks. The duet with Barry White -- nicked from White's obscure 1991 Put Me in Your Mix disc -- finds the two love men going head to head with surprisingly effective results. Not as good as it could have been even with the single-disc restrictions, Ultimate Collection is a reasonable place to start, but falls short of providing a well-rounded look at the legendary musician.

Taken from: [url]http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:abfixqlkld6e[/url]

Only 2 reviews, plus for sale here: [url]http://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Collection-Isaac-Hayes/dp/B00004SAWF[/url]

Track List:

01. Theme From Shaft
02. Never Can Say Goodbye
03. Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic
04. Do Your Thing
05. Walk On By
06. Joy - Pt 1
07. Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
08. Out Of The Ghetto
09. Chocolate Chip
10. A Few More Kisses To Go
11. Don't Let Go
12. Moonlight Lovin (Menage A Trois)
13. It's Heaven To Me
14. Dark And Lovely
15. Ike's Rap
16. Birth Of Shaft

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