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Format Audio CD
Artist(s) HAYES, ISAAC
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Shaft: Music from the soundtrack is a CD containing a collection of movie soundtracks by Isaac Hayes. The songs are a depiction of urban America of the 1970s. There are a total of 15 tracks with the first track being the theme from Shaft. The essence of the music in the CD is exciting as well as soft music with guitar, woodwind, and strings. There are songs from the genre of cool and soft mood music like �Walk from regio�s�, �Ellies love theme� and Caf� Regio�s. He has kept up the tradition of rendering long sound tracks that he started with �Hot buttered soul� with rendition of the song �Do your thing� in this CD. Other tracks in the CD include � the theme from Shaft, Shaft�s cab ride, Bumpy�s lament, Early Sunday morning, A friend�s place, Be yourself, No name bar, Soulsville, Shaft strikes again, Bumpy�s blues, The end of theme (Shaft).

Shaft: Music from the soundtrack is an excellent movie soundtrack of 1971 film. All the songs have a storyline and a mood that reflects the atmosphere of the time it has been composed in � urban America of the 1970s. The combination of Wah-Wah/Cymbal guitar makes the listener reminisce about the urban soul of those times.

Product Details
Publication Date January 1, 2006
Format Audio CD
Music Label Universal Music
Artist(s) HAYES, ISAAC
No of Discs 1
Runtime 11 minutes
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 14 cm x 14 cm x 0.6 cm

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