Top Isaac Hayes Albums
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The Spirit of Memphis (1962-1976)
The Spirit of Memphis (1962-1976)
[2017]
Stax Classics
Stax Classics
[2017]
It's All In the Game
It's All In the Game
[2017]
Tough Guys
Tough Guys
[2016]
Ultimate: Can You Dig It?
Ultimate: Can You Dig It?
[2015]
Isaac Hayes Sings for Lovers
Isaac Hayes Sings for Lovers
[2009]
Soul Six Pack: Isaac Hayes - EP
Soul Six Pack: Isaac Hayes - EP
[2009]
Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak)
Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak)
[2009]
Short Stax., Vol. 5: Isaac Hayes - EP
Short Stax., Vol. 5: Isaac Hayes - EP
[2007]
Ultimate Isaac Hayes - Can You Dig It?
Ultimate Isaac Hayes - Can You Dig It?
[2005]
At Wattstax (Live)
At Wattstax (Live)
[2003]
Ultimate Collection: Isaac Hayes
Ultimate Collection: Isaac Hayes
[2000]
Presenting Isaac Hayes
Presenting Isaac Hayes
[1995]
Raw and Refined
Raw and Refined
[1995]
Wonderful
Wonderful
[1994]
Double Feature (Three Tough Guys & Truck Turner)
Double Feature (Three Tough Guys & Truck Turner)
[1993]
Love Attack
Love Attack
[1988]
U-Turn
U-Turn
[1986]
And Once Again (Expanded Edition)
And Once Again (Expanded Edition)
[1980]
Don't Let Go (Expanded Edition)
Don't Let Go (Expanded Edition)
[1979]
For the Sake of Love (Expanded Edition)
For the Sake of Love (Expanded Edition)
[1978]
New Horizon (Bonus Tracks Edition)
New Horizon (Bonus Tracks Edition)
[1977]
Groove-A-Thon
Groove-A-Thon
[1976]
Chocolate Chip
Chocolate Chip
[1975]
Truck Turner (Original Soundtrack)
Truck Turner (Original Soundtrack)
[1974]
Joy
Joy
[1973]
Live At the Sahara Tahoe (Live)
Live At the Sahara Tahoe (Live)
[1973]
Shaft
Shaft
[1971]
Black Moses
Black Moses
[1971]
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Your Love Is So Doggone Good Thing For You Is It Really Home I Stand Accused Going In Circles The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face Summer In The City Feelin' Alright Windows Of The World Ike's Rap Ii - Help Me Love His Eye Is On The Sparrow (Live) Let's Stay Together No Substitute Light My Fire Chocolate Salty Balls (p.s. I Love You) I Ain't Never The Ten Commandments Of Love Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight This Time I'll Be Sweeter Ain't No Sunshine Fragile Don't Let Go For The Good Times Ain't That Loving You (For More Reasons Than One) Good Love If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right) [Live] You Don't Know Like I Know When I Fall In Love Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak) The Look Of Love Zeke The Freak Shaft Ii Type Thang Stormy Monday Blues Shaft's Cab Ride The Mistletoe And Me That Loving Feeling Come Live With Me Precious, Precious Do Your Thing Let Me Love You Wherever You Are You Make Me Live Pursuit Of The Pimpmobile If You Want My Lovin', Do Me Right Someone Made You For Me Fever Theme From Shaft I Can't Help It (if I'm Still In Love With You) Part-time Love I'll Never Fall In Love Again I'm Gonna Make You Love Me Man's Temptation Can't Take My Eyes Off You Stranger In Paradise I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself Three Times A Lady You're In My Arms Again Soulsville I'm Gonna Have To Tell Her Don't Take Your Love Away It's Heaven To Me Joy-pt. 1 I Can't Turn Around Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic Body Language Need To Belong To Someone Wonderful Give It To Me Lady Of The Night Never Can Say Goodbye Our Day Will Come Baby I'm-a Want You Use Me Rolling Down A Mountainside A Few More Kisses To Go Simultaneous Love Won't Let Me Wait A Brand New Me It's Too Late Nothing Takes The Place Of You Rock Me Baby Walk On By Hey Girl One Woman By The Time I Get To Phoenix Just The Way You Are (they Long To Be) Close To You You've Lost That Lovin'feelin' Never Gonna Give You Up Feel Like Makin' Love Runnin' Out Of Fools
Related Information for Isaac Hayes
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. One of the key creative forces behind Memphis' Stax Records, Hayes began his recording career in 1962, soon playing saxophone for The Bar-Kays. Hayes and writing partner David Porter would pen numerous hits for Stax artists such as Sam & Dave ("Hold On! I'm Comin'", "Soul Man") and Carla Thomas ("B-A-B-Y") during the mid-1960s.In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Hayes became famous as a recording artist in his own right, scoring with critically and commercially successful albums such as Hot Buttered Soul an... read more