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Isaac Hayes - Shaft album mp3
Performer:
Album:
Shaft
Style:
Soundtrack, Soul, Funk
Released:
1989
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1844 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1385 mb
WMA vers. size:
1377 mb
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Shaft is a double album by Isaac Hayes, recorded for Stax Records' Enterprise label as the soundtrack LP for s 1971 blaxploitation film Shaft. The album mostly consists of instrumentals composed by Hayes as score for the film. Three vocal selections are included: "Soulsville", "Do Your Thing", and "Theme from Shaft". A commercial and critical success, Shaft is Hayes' best-known work and the best-selling LP ever released on a Stax label.

Of the many wonderful blaxpoitation soundtracks to emerge during the early '70s, Shaft certainly deserves mention as not only one of the most lasting but also one of the most successful. Isaac Hayes was undoubtedly one of the era's most accomplished soul artists, having helped elevate Stax to its esteemed status; therefore, his being chosen to score such a high-profile major-studio film shouldn't seem like a surprise. And with "Theme from Shaft," he delivered an anthem just as ambitious and revered as the film itself, a song that has only grown more treasured over the.

Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft (Album - Remastered). Download MP3. MP3 320Kbps, 1. 1 Mb MP3 128Kbps, . Mb MP3 64Kbps, . Mb. Isaac Hayes.

Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. Theme From "Shaft" (Album Version). 2. Bumpy's Lament (Album Version). 3. Walk From Regio's (Album Version). 4. Ellie's Love Theme (Album Version)  . Isaac Hayes started there and there’s all kinds of great memorabilia to be seen. The theme from Shaft was playing and I knew we had to get it on vinyl. Great product in perfect condition which is everything when it comes to vinyl.

ISAAC HAYES Shaft LP ENTERPRISE Gatefold Cover SOUNDTRACK cover is VG, vinyl G with many light scratches. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Isaac Hayes LP Shaft STX-88002. One 33 rpm vinyl record Isaac Hayes Shaft STX-88002. Condition for album jacket and record is very good plus. Condition scale is poor - fair - good - very good - excellent. Lot Of 3 Funk R&B Soul LP Record James Gang Isaac Hayes Shaft Mahavishnu Orch. 1971 ISAAC HAYES "Shaft" Soundtrack 2 LP MGM Enterprise Original Double Album LP. In very good condition

Isaac Hayes, Absolute Soul albümündeki Theme From "Shaft" (Album Version) şarkısını dinle. Deezer: Ücretsiz müzik yayını. 53milyondan fazla şarkıyı keşfet, kendi çalma listelerini oluştur ve en sevdiğin şarkıları arkadaşlarınla paylaş. Right on You see this cat Shaft is a bad mother (Shut your mouth) But I'm talkin' about Shaft (Then we can dig it) He's a complicated man But no one understands him but his woman (John Shaft). Universal Music Publishing Group.

Features Song Lyrics for Isaac Hayes's Shaft album. Isaac Hayes - Shaft Album Lyrics. Theme From Shaft Lyrics. Do Your Thing Lyrics.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Theme From Shaft (Vocal)
A2 Bumpy's Lament
A3 Walk From Regio's
Arranged By [Horns & Strings] – J.J. Johnson
A4 Ellie's Love Theme
A5 Shaft's Cab Drive
Bass Guitar – Ronald HudsonPiano – Sidney Kirk
B1 Cafe Regio's
Arranged By [Strings & Horns] – J.J. Johnson
B2 Early Sunday Morning
B3 Be Yourself
B4 A Friend's Place
C1 Soulsville ( Vocal)
C2 No Name Bar
C3 Bumpy's Blues
C4 Shaft Strikes Again
D1 Do Your Thing (Vocal)
D2 The End Theme

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fantasy, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Fantasy, Inc.
  • Licensed To – Ace Records Ltd.
  • Marketed By – RCA Ltd.
  • Distributed By – RCA Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Stax Recording Studios
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – D-0104
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – D-0105

Credits

  • Arranged By [Strings & Horns] – Isaac Hayes, Johnny Allen (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to D2)
  • Art Direction – The Graffiteria
  • Bass Guitar – James Alexander
  • Bongos, Congas – Gary Jones
  • Composed By – Isaac Hayes
  • Copyist – Mickey Gregory, Onzie Horne*
  • Design [Cover] – Tony Seiniger
  • Drums, Tambourine – Willie Hall
  • Edited By – Daryl Williams
  • Electric Piano – Lester Snell
  • Engineer – Bobby Manuel, Dave Purple, Henry Bush, William Brown*
  • Horns – The Memphis Horns
  • Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Charles Pitts*, Michael Toles
  • Piano, Vibraphone [Vibes], Organ, Electric Piano – Isaac Hayes
  • Producer – Isaac Hayes
  • Remix – Dave Purple, Ron Capone
  • Strings – The Memphis Strings

Notes

Gatefold sleeve

Recorded at Stax Recording Studios, Memphis, Tenn.

Direct metal mastered from digital tapes
Not licensed for sale in the USA & Canada

Ⓟ 1971 Fantasy, Inc.
Ⓒ 1971 Fantasy, Inc.

The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Fantasy, Inc and is licensed to Ace Records Ltd.

Sleeve manufactured in Germany
On labels: Made in West Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 029667082112
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 stamped): DMD - 0104 A-1/9 - 89
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 stamped): DMD - 0104 B-1/9 - 89
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3 stamped): DMD - 0105 A-1/9 - 89
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4 stamped): DMD - 0105 B-2/9 - 89

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(2xLP, Album, Blu) Enterprise, Enterprise ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 US 1971
ENLP 9083 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(LP, Album) Enterprise ENLP 9083 Brazil 1974
0888072317512 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, RE, RM) Stax, Universal Music Group International 0888072317512 UK & Europe 2009
ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Enterprise, Enterprise ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 Canada 1971
0888072029248 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Enterprise 0888072029248 Europe 2018

Tracklist

A1 Theme From Shaft (Vocal) 4:37
A2 Bumpy's Lament 1:49
A3 Walk From Regio's 2:22
A4 Ellie's Love Theme 3:16
A5 Shaft's Cab Ride 1:07
B1 Do Your Thing (Vocal) 19:38
B2 The End Theme 1:56
C1 Cafe Regio's 6:09
C2 Early Sunday Morning 3:47
C3 Be Yourself 4:27
C4 A Friend's Place 3:21
D1 Soulsville (Vocal) 3:47
D2 No Name Bar 6:09
D3 Bumpy's Blues 4:01
D4 Shaft Strikes Again 3:04

Credits

  • Composed By, Performer – Isaac Hayes

Notes

Same as Shaft in: Alternative rainbow eclipse Enterprise labels with album title on the top left. STEREO and Category printed to the left of the spindle hole. Album#, Side#, and Matrix# printed to the right of the spindle hole.
But different Fonts than Shaft.
And of course NOT a RCOA-Club Edition

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(2xLP, Album, Blu) Enterprise, Enterprise ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 US 1971
ENLP 9083 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(LP, Album) Enterprise ENLP 9083 Brazil 1974
0888072317512 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(CD, Album, Dlx, RE, RM) Stax, Universal Music Group International 0888072317512 UK & Europe 2009
ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Enterprise, Enterprise ENS-2-5002, ENS 2-5002 Canada 1971
0888072029248 Isaac Hayes Shaft ‎(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, 180) Enterprise 0888072029248 Europe 2018


  • Ueledavi
I got this vinyl pressing (Stax SX2 021 double LP - West Germany 1989) from Acoustic Sounds recently, kind of by accident. I thought it was the West German first pressing, but I must have goofed. As it turns out, it's a 1989 UK/European direct metal master reissue (On the back cover, lower right, it says "Direct metal mastered from digital tapes"). When I first noticed it was a DMM pressing (and also NOT the West German FIRST pressing), I was more than a little worried, having heard some, but it's actually a lot better than I expected. For starters, it's got BIG bass. Very-punchy and dynamic. That's the first thing I noticed. The drums and bass really hit you, and the horns are very-tight. The mids and highs seem kind of like a cross between the German and Japanese mastering styles, but without the overly-pristine, lifeless quality of a lot of the old Japanese LP's (like the Japanese "All Things Must Pass"). I haven't heard the UK first pressing yet or the West German first pressing for that matter, so I can't speak for how this one compares to them. However, it definitely has more punch and bigger bass than the 2014 Stax double LP reissue I recently posted about on here. That's not to say I don't like the 2014 reissue. I actually like it a lot. I'm gonna spend more time listening to both and see if I can't get a better sense of what I like and don't like about both, but I'm betting that those who've only heard the US 1st pressing LP so far would end up liking this West German one better. I'll need to keep listening and try and get a better sense of how it compares to the other pressings.