Volt release Otis Redding’s fourth album ‘The Soul Album’…

Otis Redding’s ‘The Soul Album’ is his fourth studio album featuring among other session men Isaac Hayes and Booker T & the MGs released on April 1, 1966 by Volt/Atco. Track Listing : 1.Just One More Day (Otis Redding, Steve Cropper, Mcelvoy Robinson) – 03:31 . 2.It’S Growing (Smokey Robinson, Warren Pete Moore) – 02:47 […]

Stax publish Isaac Hayes’ album : ‘Black Moses’ featuring…

Isaac Hayes’ ‘Black Moses’ is a double album released in November 1971 by Stax Records Enterprise. Track Listing : 1.Never Can Say Goodbye (Clifton Davis) – 05:07 . 2.(They Long To Be) Close To You (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 08:58 . 3.Nothing Takes The Place Of You (Toussaint Mccall, Alan Robinson) – 05:29 . […]

Isaac Hayes releases his second album ‘Hot Buttered Soul’ (1969)

Isaac Hayes’ ‘Hot Buttered Soul’ is his second studio album, released on September 23, 1969 by Enterprise. Track Listing : 1.Walk On By (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 12:03 . 2.Hyperbolicsyllabicsesquedalymistic (Isaac Hayes, Alvertis Isbell) – 09:38 . 3.One Woman (Charles Chalmers, Sandra Rhodes) – 05:10 . 4.By The Time I Get To Phoenix (Jimmy […]

‘Isaac Hayes at Wattstax’ is recorded at the Wattstax music festival…

‘Isaac Hayes at Wattstax’ is his performance at the Wattstax music festival, recorded on August 20, 1972 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and released on April 1, 2003 by Stax. Track listing : . 1.Theme from Shaft (Isaac Hayes) – 04:38 . 2.Soulsville (Isaac Hayes) – 04:37 . 3.Never Can Say Goodbye (Clifton Davis) […]

Isaac Hayes releases ‘Shaft,’ the soundtrack of the Gordon Parks…

Isaac Hayes‘ ‘Shaft’ is the soundtrack (released on July 2, 1971 by Enterprise) of the eponymous American ‘blaxploitation’ film directed by Gordon Parks. Track Listing : 1.Theme From Shaft (Isaac Hayes) – 04:39 . 2.Bumpy’S Lament (Isaac Hayes) – 01:51 . 3.Walk From Regio’S (Isaac Hayes) – 02:24 . 4.Ellie’S Love Theme (Isaac Hayes) – […]

Tamla publish Smokey Robinson’s ‘Smokey,’ his first solo album…

Smokey Robinson’s ‘Smokey’ is his first solo album after his departure from The Miracles, released on June 19, 1973 by Tamla. Track Listing : 1.Holly (Smokey Robinson) – 04:37 . 2.Medley: Never My Love/Never Can Say Goodbye (Don Addrisi, Dick Addrisi, Clifton Davis) – 03:52 . 3.A Silent Partner In A Three-Way Love Affair (Smokey […]

Atlantic Records release Aretha Franklin’s ‘Aretha Now’ (1968)

Aretha Franklin’s ‘Aretha Now’ is an album produced by Jerry Wexler and released on June 14, 1968, less than six months after ‘Lady Soul’ by Atlantic Records. Track Listing : 1.Think (Aretha Franklin, Teddy White) – 02:19 . 2.I Say A Little Prayer (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 03:36 . 3.See Saw (Steve Cropper, Don […]

Arista publish Dionne Warwick’s ‘Dionne’ produced By Barry…

Dionne Warwick’s ‘Dionne’ is an album (and her best seller ) produced By Barry Manilow and released in May, 1979 by Arista. Track Listing : 1.Who, What, When, Where, Why (Rupert Holmes) – 03:15 . 2.After You (Doug Frank, Doug James) – 04:02 . 3.The Letter (Wayne Carson Thompson) – 03:11 . 4.I’Ll Never Love […]

Virgin Records release the third Massive Attack’s album :…

Massive Attack’s ‘Mezzanine’ is their third studio album co- produced with Neil Davidge and released on 20 April 1998 by Virgin Records. Track Listing : 1.Angel (Horace Hinds, Grantley Marshall, Robert Del Naja, Andrew Vowles) – 06:19 . [Samples : “Last Bongo In Belgium” By The Incredible Bongo Band] . 2.Risingson (Grantley Marshall, Robert Del […]

Massive Attack release their debut album : ‘Blue Lines’ featuring…

Massive Attack’s ‘Blue Lines’ is their debut studio album released on April 8, 1991 by Wild Bunch (their own label). Track Listing : 1.Safe From Harm (Grantley Marshall, Andrew Vowles, Robert Del Naja, Shara Nelson) – 05:18 . [Sample : “Stratus” By Billy Cobham; “Good Old Music” By Funkadelic] . 2.One Love (Grantley Marshall, Andrew […]