Isaac Hayes - Shaft DTS (SndInMyHd)

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Isaac Hayes - Shaft DTS

Artist...............: Isaac Hayes
Album................: Shaft
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1971
DTS by...............: SndInMyHd
Channels.............: 5.1 / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Burn test............: 10/2/2012
Included.............: WAV, CUE, nfo, cover art
Posted by............: MrMalikai on 10/3/2012
Information..........: Play it LOUD

This is in memory of my friend. Some may know him as SndInMyHd, he always took
time to listen and gave constructive criticism He did this freely for anyone
interested. I can’t amagine the amount of people he has touched with his personality
and the music he converted.
I feel extremely lucky to have to have meet him in person before he passed.
Because of him, I feel that I am a better person as is the music I convert.
I’ve uploaded some of his work in memory of him. This is one of five.
I am honored to call him my friend – he is sorely missed.

01 - Theme From Shaft (vocal)
02 - Bumpy\'s Lament
03 - Walk From Regio\'s
04 - Ellie\'s Love Theme
05 - Shaft\'s Cab Ride
06 - Cafe Regio\'s
07 - Early Sunday Morning
08 - Be Yourself
09 - A Friend\'s Place
10 - Soulsville (vocal)
11 - No Name Bar
12 - Bumpy\'s Blues
13 - Shaft Strikes Again
14 - Do Your Thing (vocal)
15 - The End Theme

Playing Time.........: 01:09:41
Total Size...........: 703.00 MB
It\'s a stereo to DTS 5.1 conversion. Burn it to a standard CD-R.
Can be played on home theater systems that have a DTS decoder
and on PC\'s with the software to play DTS.
Of the many wonderful blaxpoitation soundtracks to emerge during the early \'70s,
Shaft certainly deserves mention as not only one of the most lasting but also
one of the most successful. Isaac Hayes was undoubtedly one of the era\'s most
accomplished soul artists, having helped elevate Stax to its esteemed status;
therefore, his being chosen to score such a high-profile major-studio film shouldn\'t
seem like a surprise. And with "Theme from Shaft," he delivered an anthem just
as ambitious and revered as the film itself, a song that has only grown more treasured
over the years, after having been an enormously popular hit at the time of its
release. Besides this song, though, there aren\'t too many more radio-targeted
moments here. "Soulsville" operates effectively as the sort of downtempo ballad
Hayes was most known for, just as the almost 20-minute "Do Your Thing" showcased
just how impressive the Bar-Kays had become, stretching the song to unseen limits
with their inventive, funky jamming. For the most part, though, this double-LP
features nothing but cinematic moments of instrumentation, composed and produced
by Hayes while being performed by the Bar-Kays -- some downtempo, others quite
jazzy, nothing too funky, though. Even if it\'s not quite as enjoyable as Curtis
Mayfield\'s Superfly due to its emphasis on instrumentals, Shaft still remains a
powerful record; one of Hayes\' pinnacle moments for sure.
Isaac Hayes - Shaft DTS - SndInMyHd.cue 1.673 KB
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