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Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Isaac Hayes - Shaft (1971)

1. Theme From Shaft (Vocal)
2. Bumpy's Lament
3. Walk From Regio's
4. Ellie's Love Theme
5. Shaft's Cab Ride
6. Cafe Regio's
7. Early Sunday Morning
8. Be Yourself
9. A Friend's Place
10. Soulsville (Vocal)
11. No Name Bar
12. Bumpy's Blues
13. Shaft Strikes Again
14. Do Your Thing (Vocal)
15. The End Theme
Without a doubt, the best known and most enduring of all blaxploitation soundtracks. Isaac Hayes at his very best. Every 1970s record collection contains a copy of the 'Theme from Shaft'. The theme's wah guitar defined the music of an entire decade. Too many good tracks to miss, it's a beautiful blend of lush orchestral film score and out-and-out funk.


Sam said...

The link is dead....RIP!

felipe maciel said...

The link is BROKEN
Repost, please.

DJ Kool JB said...

link is dead :(

Anonymous said...

Croco link for Shaft mp3,g/0213-Shaft.html

Anonymous said...

Oh, sorry, that last link above
is not the ORIGINAL SHAFT, but is the other one...
this one:
Soul Mann & The Brothers - Shaft (1971)
Which still works in RS ...

Oh well. So much still works, thanks all!

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