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.
Shaft!) You're damn right Who is the man That would risk his neck for his brother man? (Shaft!) Can ya dig it? Who's the cat that won't cop out When there's danger all about (Shaft!) 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). Theme from shaft - album - remastered" Track Info.
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Isaac Lee Hayes (born Aug 20, 1942, in Covington, Tennessee - died Aug 10, 2008, in Memphis, Tennessee) was an influential soul singer, songwriter, musician, producer, arranger, and actor. View full artist profile. Play all. Curtis Mayfield.
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.
Musician: James Alexander Album: Shaft Released in: 1971 Label: Enterprise Length: 4:37 Info: More Isaac Hayes More James Alexander More from the album "Shaft". Isaac Hayes - Theme From Shaft (1971).
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.
Album: Ultimate Isaac Hayes: Can You Dig It?, 2005. Issac Hayes Theme from Shaft (1971). I'd always loved strings.