Isaac Hayes Branded

Isaac Hayes - Branded (1995) + Raw & Refined (1995) {Virgin}

Isaac Hayes - Branded (1995) + Raw & Refined (1995) {Virgin}
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© 1995 PointBlank / Virgin Records | 40335 / 40336
Funk / Soul

The last album of new material Isaac Hayes released in his lifetime, 1995's BRANDED moves forward and casts a fond look back at the same time. On one hand, there are remakes of two songs from Hayes's `70s glory days, SHAFT's "Soulsville," and "Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquadalymistic" from HOT BUTTERED SOUL. At the same time, Hayes works his patented slow-jam deconstruction methods on something more contemporary by giving Sting's "Fragile" the kind of treatment he once employed to transform `60s pop hits into soul rhapsodies. Even on the album's new compositions, Hayes harks back to his heyday just a bit, teaming up with old cohort David Porter for "Thanks to the Fool," though the production throughout BRANDED is far from retro-sounding.

Isaac Hayes - Branded (1995) {Point Blank / Virgin}  

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 14, 2010
Isaac Hayes - Branded (1995) {Point Blank / Virgin}

Isaac Hayes - Branded (1995) {Point Blank / Virgin}
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© 1995 Point Blank / Virgin Records | 7243 8 40335 2 1
Funk / Soul


Isaac Hayes - Branded (1995) {Point Blank / Virgin}

The last album of new material Isaac Hayes released in his lifetime, 1995's BRANDED moves forward and casts a fond look back at the same time. On one hand, there are remakes of two songs from Hayes's `70s glory days, SHAFT's "Soulsville," and "Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquadalymistic" from HOT BUTTERED SOUL. At the same time, Hayes works his patented slow-jam deconstruction methods on something more contemporary by giving Sting's "Fragile" the kind of treatment he once employed to transform `60s pop hits into soul rhapsodies. Even on the album's new compositions, Hayes harks back to his heyday just a bit, teaming up with old cohort David Porter for "Thanks to the Fool," though the production throughout BRANDED is far from retro-sounding.

Isaac Hayes Movement - Raw & Refined (1995) {Virgin}  

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 6, 2010
Isaac Hayes Movement - Raw & Refined (1995) {Virgin}

Isaac Hayes Movement - Raw & Refined (1995) {Virgin}
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© 1995 Virgin Records | 7243 8 40336 2 0
Funk / Soul / Instrumental


Isaac Hayes Movement - Raw & Refined (1995) {Virgin}

In the mid-1990s, after a several-year hiatus, Isaac Hayes made a comeback with two albums released simultaneously: BRANDED was a set of new material, while RAW & REFINED collected instrumentals from over the years. The origins of the tracks remain murky; the album's title implies that old, unearthed demos from Hayes's prime period have been packaged with newer recordings, most likely from the same sessions as BRANDED. The sound is mostly vintage Hayes–funky, organ-heavy jams replete with histrionic orchestration and wah-wah guitars. One cannot help but conjure images of SHAFT as saxophone solos rip over '70s-era funk beats. For those completists seeking a Hayes fix, RAW & REFINED more than satisfies over the course of its 13 funky and pretty tracks.

Isaac Hayes - Shaft (Sash! Mix) (1998)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at Oct. 2, 2016
Isaac Hayes - Shaft (Sash! Mix) (1998)

Isaac Hayes - Shaft (Sash! Mix) (1998)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 241 MB | Covers Included
Genre: Funk, Soul, Disco | Label: ZYX Music | Catalog Number: ZYX 8866-8

Sash does a great 1998 rendering of this early 70's classic taking up the tempo and adding new drum/percussion tracks. Most of the original elements of the song are left intact. There are two versions from Sash, one being a radio edit which has a different intro and the outro with vocals over the ending.
Isaac Hayes Movement ‎- Disco Connection (1975) [2015]

Isaac Hayes Movement ‎- Disco Connection (1975) [2015]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 399 MB | Covers Included
R&B | Label: Stax Records | Catalog Number: CDSXD 144

First ever CD release for this 1975 instrumental set from Isaac Hayes’ renowned backing band
Isaac Hayes - Shaft: Music From The Soundtrack (1971/2011) [24bit/192kHz]

Isaac Hayes - Shaft: Music From The Soundtrack (1971/2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 74:24 minutes | 2,72 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Shaft, the motion picture soundtrack that garnered worldwide praise for Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Isaac Hayes remains one of the most successful soundtrack albums of all time. The well-crafted record composed and produced by Hayes spent over a year on Billboard’s pop album charts and earned Hayes a Grammy Award for “Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture.” The album features the critically acclaimed hit single “Theme From Shaft,” which reached #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and won Hayes an Oscar® for “Best Original Song.” The funky soulful jazz score full of cinematic instrumentation is a testament to Hayes’ undeniable genius.

Isaac Hayes - The Black Moses of Soul (1973) DVD5  

Posted by Natali334 at March 25, 2015
Isaac Hayes - The Black Moses of Soul (1973) DVD5

Isaac Hayes - The Black Moses of Soul (1973) DVD5
DVD5 | VIDEO_TS | 4:3 | 720x480 | 7000 kbps | No Cover | 76 min | 3.97 Gb
Audio: English AC3 2.0 @ 192 Kbps
Funk, RnB, Soul

Isaac Hayes - The Black Moses of Soul movie was released by the GoodTimes Entertainment studio. Along with his band, the movement, Isaac is taped during a live performance. Isaac Hayes - The Black Moses of Soul movie Songs include "Never Can Say Goodbye," "Light My Fire," "The Look of Love," "I Stand Accused," "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "I Don't Know What To Do with Myself."

Isaac Hayes - U-Turn (1986) [2011 Expansion]  

Posted by JET 1 at March 24, 2015
Isaac Hayes - U-Turn (1986) [2011 Expansion]

Isaac Hayes - U-Turn (1986) [2011 Expansion]
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 435 MB | Covers Included
Soul | Label: Expansion Records | Catalog Number: EXCDM28

In 1986, Isaac Hayes signed with CBS Records and many hoped he would make a big comeback. Despite containing some great songs, superb production and strong and passionate vocals from Isaac this CD was very poorly promoted and it failed to get the radio airplay it deserved. Standout numbers featured include "If You Want My Lovin', Do Me Right", "It Never Rains In London", "Thank God For Love" and Isaac's crushingly soulful remake of "Hey Girl". "U-Turn" may well be one of Isaac Hayes' most obscure and underrated albums but it's well worth getting if you can find it.
Isaac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul (1969/2011) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Isaac Hayes - Hot Buttered Soul (1969/2011)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 56:50 minutes | 2,04 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

By 1969, black artists were following rock's lead and recording extended epics. At the forefront of such experimentation was big bad Isaac Hayes, coauthor of countless Stax classics and an artist in his own right. On this, his second album, Hayes takes two MOR-pop benchmarks, Burt Bacharach's "Walk On By" and Jimmy Webb's "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," and spins them out into slow-building sermons lasting 12 and 18.5 minutes apiece. Heavily romantic, they predate by two years Barry White's symphonic adventures in the same style, revolutionizing soul music in the process. Meanwhile, on the album's third epic, the 10-minute "Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic," Hayes and his backing band the Bar-Kays wind up sounding, bizarrely, like a black Crazy Horse.
Isaac Hayes - And Once Again (1980) {2014 Big Break Records Remaster}

Isaac Hayes - And Once Again (1980) {2014 Big Break Records Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 418 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 149 Mb
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© 2014 Big Break Records | CDBBRX0178
Soul / Funk

Isaac Hayes needs no introduction. As a songwriter his career spanned more than 45 years during which time he penned countless songs for himself and others while releasing numerous albums containing tracks that have kept dance floors moving since the 60s. 1980 saw the release of AND ONCE AGAIN, the fourth solo studio album released on Polydor Records from the legendary Isaac Hayes. The follow up to the hugely successful Don’t Let Go, AND ONCE AGAIN took a softer approach and focused more on the fantastic ballad talents of Isaac Hayes.