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The Isaac Hayes Movement

Isaac Hayes

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Billboard 200 - #8, 1970
Billboard Hot 100 - #42, 1970 - I Stand Accused

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1
I Stand Accused
Isaac Hayes
11:39
2
One Big Unhappy Family
Isaac Hayes
5:54
3
I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself
Isaac Hayes
7:06
4
Something
Isaac Hayes
11:46
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    36:25
Isaac Hayes is backed by the Bar-Kays on this record, the first of two albums Hayes released in 1970. Featuring extended versions of four cover songs, The Isaac Hayes Movement was his second consecutive top 10 and second number one jazz album.
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