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Isaac Hayes (1942-2008): An Appreciation

Isaac Hayes (1942-2008): An Appreciation

It’s one of those Isaac Hayes shut-your-mouth moments. I’m talking about the news that Hayes, at 65, had passed. He was a renaissance man in gold chains, a composer and arranger unafraid of style. He’d wear sunglasses the size of milk saucers while directing a room full of musicians on fiddles and bassoons. Hayes leaves this group of recordings markedRead More

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