Hayes, Isaac - The Isaac Hayes Movement

Vendor: Eterprise
Year: 1970


Any thought that Hayes was a flash in the pan dissipated the next year when 'I Stand Accused' from The Isaac Hayes Movement shot to Number One and remained there for seven weeks. Not only was Hayes firmly established as a popular icon (recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), but he had also forced the record industry to embrace soul music as an album concept. With his stern visage and shaved head on album covers, he became a symbol of Black pride. He was a trendsetter. His long, intimate, spoken prologue to Jerry Butler's 'I Stand Accused' anticipated the rap phenomenon. For the next decade, Isaac Hayes albums were on every pop chart, some weeks two or three at a time.


  1.    I Stand Accused  
  2.    One Big Unhappy Family  
  3.    I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself  
  4.    Something

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