℗ 2020 UMG Recordings; A Republic Records Release
 

And Once Again

Isaac Hayes

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1.1
It's All In The Game
Isaac Hayes
5:52
1.2
Ike's Rap VII / This Time I'll Be Sweeter
Isaac Hayes
13:30
1.3
I Ain't Never
Isaac Hayes
3:55
1.4
Wherever You Are
Isaac Hayes; Bill Purse
5:40
1.5
Love Has Been Good To Us
Isaac Hayes; Bill Purse
7:02
Total Playing Time    35:59
And Once Again was the fourth solo studio album released on Polydor Records from Soul singer, songwriter, musician, producer and actor Isaac Hayes. The follow up to the hugely successful Don't Let Go, And Once Again took a softer approach and focused more on the fantastic ballad talents of Isaac Hayes. Notable tracks on the album include the supplicating serenade, 'Ikes Rap VII/This Time I'll Be Sweeter' which consistently builds and grips throughout its duration and the up-tempo 'I Ain't Never' which contains the trademark driving bassline that captivates the listener,
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Polydor Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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