Artist Isaac Hayes Album Title Isaac Hayes Movement Date of Release 1970 (release) inprint AMG Rating (Best-of-Artist) Genre Rock Styles Funk, Soul Time 36:18 Library View Click Here to see this album in MARC format.
AMG EXPERT REVIEW: His second huge hit album and a great follow-up to the superb Hot Buttered Soul. Those critics who thought there was no way Hayes could repeat that triumph got fooled. He included a brilliant remake of Jerry Butler's 'I Stand Accused' and also did a 12-minute version of the Beatles' 'Something,' complete with a wailing violin solo from jazz-rocker John Blair. This album showed that Hayes was going to be around for a long time and perform just as consistently on his own as he did teaming with Porter. Ron Wynn
1. I Stand Accused (Butler/Butler) - 11:37 2. One Big Unhappy Family (Chalmers/Rhodes) - 5:49 3. I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself (Bacharach/David) - 7:00 4. Something (Harrison) - 11:52