Isaac Hayes

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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. 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. Read more on Last.fm

Isaac Hayes
...To Be Continued
Album (2008)
Isaac Hayes
The Collection
Album (2007)
Isaac Hayes
Greatest Hits
Album (1995)
Isaac Hayes
Branded
Album (1995)
Isaac Hayes
U-Turn
Album (1986)
Isaac Hayes
Instrumentals
Album (1985)
Isaac Hayes
Lifetime Thing
Album (1981)
Isaac Hayes
And Once Again
Album (1980)
Millie Jackson & Isaac Hayes
Royal Rappin's
Album (1979)
Isaac Hayes
Don't Let Go
Album (1979)
Isaac Hayes
For the Sake of Love
Album (1978)
Isaac Hayes
Hotbed
Album (1978)
Isaac Hayes
New Horizon
Album (1977)
Isaac Hayes
Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak)
Album (1976)
Isaac Hayes
Groove-A-Thon
Album (1976)
Isaac Hayes
Disco Connection
Album (1976)
Isaac Hayes & Dionne Warwick
A Man and a Woman
Album (1976)
Isaac Hayes
Use Me
Album (1975)
Isaac Hayes
Chocolate Chip
Album (1975)
Isaac Hayes
Joy
Album (1973)
Isaac Hayes
Black Moses
Album (1971)
Isaac Hayes
To Be Continued
Album (1970)
Isaac Hayes
The Isaac Hayes Movement
Album (1970)
Isaac Hayes
Hot Buttered Soul
Album (1969)
Isaac Hayes
Presenting Isaac Hayes
Album (1968)