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...To Be Continued

by Isaac Hayes

...To Be Continued by Isaac Hayes

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...To Be Continued

by Isaac Hayes

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Label: Stax
Following 1969's Hot Buttered Soul, Isaac Hayes kept pushing his vision of velvety R&B outward. While he didn't best the previous LP's 18-minute-track mark, a medley of "Ike's Mood" and "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'" offered a quarter hour of Broadway-caliber drama, and he turned Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "The Look of Love" into an 11-minute epic of wah-wah guitars, string swells and horn charts. Hayes' stunning, emotive voice is the main attraction, but the Bar-Kays did plenty to set the faintly psychedelic tone (while providing ample material for future samplers).

About This Album

Following 1969's Hot Buttered Soul, Isaac Hayes kept pushing his vision of velvety R&B outward. While he didn't best the previous LP's 18-minute-track mark, a medley of "Ike's Mood" and "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'" offered a quarter hour of Broadway-caliber drama, and he turned Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "The Look of Love" into an 11-minute epic of wah-wah guitars, string swells and horn charts. Hayes' stunning, emotive voice is the main attraction, but the Bar-Kays did plenty to set the faintly psychedelic tone (while providing ample material for future samplers).

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About This Album

Following 1969's Hot Buttered Soul, Isaac Hayes kept pushing his vision of velvety R&B outward. While he didn't best the previous LP's 18-minute-track mark, a medley of "Ike's Mood" and "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'" offered a quarter hour of Broadway-caliber drama, and he turned Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "The Look of Love" into an 11-minute epic of wah-wah guitars, string swells and horn charts. Hayes' stunning, emotive voice is the main attraction, but the Bar-Kays did plenty to set the faintly psychedelic tone (while providing ample material for future samplers).