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The Isaac Hayes Movement (Remastered)

Isaac Hayes

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“I had to wait until I reached manhood to commit a crime — according to the court of love, if there is such a court.” Isaac Hayes kept his good thing going on The Isaac Hayes Movement, the follow-up to his breakthrough Hot Buttered Soul. It offers more big, lengthy arrangements of recent pop and soul material, not to mention further inimitable Ike raps. (The quote above is from his version of Jerry Butler’s hit “I Stand Accused.”) This is makeout music that refuses to take a place in the background, and not just because of what-the-heck? moments such as the violin soloist on “Something,” which also inserts “You can’t make me” as an addendum to the lyric “I don’t wanna leave her now.”

Customer Reviews

This is one of Black Moses' finest!!

Everytime I heard "I Stand Accused", it takes me back to a road trip I took with my dad at 5. I've love this album, "Joy", "Black Moses", and "Hot Buttered Soul" ever since. Thank you Brother Ike, you are loved and missed deeply. Peace & Blessings.

Ike's Movement

Ike put it down in this one, a year before Shaft he created the path of Hot Buttered Soul laying the foundation of the ten minute love rap on top of a funky symphonic movement. It was so deep at six years old this cover photo used to scare the day lights out of me.

I Stand Accused

I was in the teen age years when this song came out. I remember it was a time when guys had to have a rap if he wanted to get a girl. So he would study "I Stand Accused" as though it was primer in "rapology 101". I've grown up since then but I can still remember the enjoyment I had listening to the Rap professor-Issac Hayes.


Born: August 20, 1942 in Covington, TN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Few figures exerted greater influence over the music of the 1960s and 1970s than Isaac Hayes; after laying the groundwork for the Memphis soul sound through his work with Stax-Volt Records, Hayes began a highly successful solo career...
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