Isaac Hayes Movement - Disco Connection FLAC album
Genre: Soul and Funk music
Title: Disco Connection
Style: Funk, Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1991 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1537 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1277 mb
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Artists Isaac Hayes Disco Connection. Disco Connection Isaac Hayes. This album has an average beat per minute of 128 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 128/128 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Disco Connection.
The Isaac Hayes Movement is the third studio album by American soul musician Isaac Hayes. Released in 1970, it was the follow-up to Hot Buttered Soul, Hayes' landmark 1969 album. Marvell Thomas had come up with "The Isaac Hayes Movement" as a name for Hayes' backup ensemble. He modeled the name after the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Released in November 1970,The Isaac Hayes Movement spent a total of seven weeks at on Billboard's Soul Albums chart and remained in the top ten until the last week of November in that year. It reached on the Soul Singles chart and on the Pop chart. Stax Records reissued The Isaac Hayes Movement in SACD format in 2004.
The Isaac Hayes Movement (1970) includes four extended cuts from several seemingly disparate sources, stylistically ranging from George Harrison's "Something" to Jerry Butler's "I Stand Accused" and even Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself. These early Hayes recordings brilliantly showcase his indomitable skills as an arranger - as he places familiar themes into fresh contexts and perspectives.
Disco Connection is the eighth studio album by American soul musician Isaac Hayes. The album debuted at number 85 on the Billboard 200. All tracks composed and arranged by Isaac Hayes. Charles "Skip" Pitts, Michael Toles, William Vaughn, Anthony Shinault - guitar. Errol Thomas - bass guitar. Lester Snell - keyboards, arrangements. Sidney Kirk - keyboards.
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|A1||The First Day Of Forever||4:38|
|A2||St. Thomas Square
Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Bill Easley, Emerson Able
Arranged By – Johnny Allen
- Alto Saxophone – Bill Easley, Emerson Able
- Arranged By, Keyboards – Lester Snell
- Art Direction – Tom Wilkes
- Baritone Saxophone – Floyd Newman
- Bass – Erroll Thomas*
- Bass Trombone [Additional] – Gary Russell
- Congas – Jimmy Thompson*
- Design – Earl R. Klasky*
- Drums, Tambourine – Willie Hall
- Engineer, Engineer [Remix] – Henry Bush, Roosevelt Green
- Flugelhorn [Additional], Trumpet [Additional] – Edgar Matthews, Johnny Davis
- Flugelhorn, Trumpet – Ben Cauley, William Taylor
- Flute, Soloist – Anthony Shinault (tracks: B1, B3)
- French Horn [Additional] – Bryant Munch, Richard Dolph
- Guitar – Charles Pitts* (tracks: A4, B1, B4), Michael Toles, William Vaughn
- Keyboards – Sidney Kirk
- Mastered By – Lanky Linstrot
- Photography By [Back Cover] – Ron Slenzak
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Olivier Ferrand
- Producer, Arranged By, Engineer [Remix], Keyboards, Synthesizer, Written-By – Isaac Hayes
- Tambourine, Temple Block – Willie Cole
- Tenor Saxophone – Darnell Smith, Tommy Williams
- Trombone [Additional] – Jackie Thomas, Bill Flores*
NotesAll songs recorded at Hot Buttered Soul Recording Studios, 247 Chelsea Ave. Memphis, Tennessee 38107
Mastered at ABC Recording Studios, Inc., Los Angeles
Marketed by ABC Records, Inc.
Special thanks to the Memphis Strings
All songs publ. by Incense Prod., Inc. (BMI)
(P) Hot Buttered Soul recording Co., Inc.
|ABCD-923||Isaac Hayes Movement||Disco Connection (LP, Album)||HBS, ABC Records||ABCD-923||US||1975|
|0000923.7||Isaac Hayes Movement||Disco Connection (LP, Album)||ABC Records||0000923.7||Peru||1976|
|9022-923||Isaac Hayes Movement||Disco Connection (LP, Album)||HBS, ABC Records||9022-923||Canada||1976|
|ABC 410||Isaac Hayes Movement||Disco Connection (LP, Album)||HBS||ABC 410||Italy||1976|
|YX-8012-AB||Isaac Hayes Movement||Disco Connection (LP, Promo, Smplr)||ABC Records||YX-8012-AB||Japan||1976|