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ISAAC HAYES was born on 20 August, 1942. ISAAC HAYES released Thirty one albums from 1970 till 1996. The first album ISAAC HAYES released in the seventies is 'Hot Buttered Soul' on ENTERPRISE Records. Other albums that ISAAC HAYES recorded are 'U-Turn', 'Black Moses', 'The Best Of The Polydor Years', 'The Isaac Hayes Movement'. One hundred and twenty zero albums of ISAAC HAYES reached the billboard Black Albums chart. The highest charted album was 'Black Moses' from 1971. This album debuted in 1971 on the Black Albums chart and reached number 1 and lasts 0 weeks on this chart. Other charted albums are `Black Moses' #1 (Black Albums) and `Chocolate Chip' #1 (Black Albums) and `Hot Buttered Soul' #1 (Jazz Albums) and `Live At The Sahara Tahoe' #1 (Black Albums) and `Shaft' #1 (Jazz Albums) and `The Isaac Hayes Movement' #1 (Jazz Albums) and `To Be Continued' #1 (Jazz Albums) and `Hot Buttered Soul' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `The Isaac Hayes Movement' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `To Be Continued' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `Shaft' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `Black Moses' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `Live At The Sahara Tahoe' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `Chocolate Chip' #1 (Top R&B Albums) and `Black Moses' #10 (Pop Albums) and `In The Beginning' #10 (Pop Albums) and `Groove-A-Thon' #11 (Black Albums) and `To Be Continued' #11 (Pop Albums) and `Groove-A-Thon' #11 (Top R&B Albums) and `Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak)' #12 (Pop Albums) and `Live At The Sahara Tahoe' #14 (Pop Albums) and `Tough Guys' #14 (Pop Albums) and `For The Sake Of Love' #15 (Black Albums) and `Truck Turner' #15 (Pop Albums) and `For The Sake Of Love' #15 (Top R&B Albums) and `Joy' #16 (Pop Albums) and `The Best Of Isaac Hayes' #16 (Pop Albums) and `Royal Rappin's' #17 (Black Albums) and `Truck Turner' #17 (Black Albums) and `Chocolate Chip' #18 (Pop Albums) and `Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak)' #18 (Black Albums) and `Disco Connection' #19 (Black Albums) and `Black Moses' #2 (Jazz Albums) and `Joy' #2 (Black Albums) and `A Man And A Woman' #20 (Black Albums) and `In The Beginning' #25 (Black Albums) and `And Once Again' #26 (Black Albums) and `New Horizon' #26 (Black Albums) and `And Once Again' #26 (Top R&B Albums) and `U-Turn' #32 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `Don't Let Go' #39 (Pop Albums) and `Groove-A-Thon' #45 (Pop Albums) and `A Man And A Woman' #49 (Pop Albums) and `The Best Of Isaac Hayes' #57 (Black Albums) and `And Once Again' #59 (Pop Albums) and `Love Attack' #70 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `Branded' #75 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `For The Sake Of Love' #75 (Pop Albums) and `Branded' #75 (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) and `New Horizon' #78 (Pop Albums) and `Hot Buttered Soul' #8 (Pop Albums) and `The Isaac Hayes Movement' #8 (Pop Albums) and `Royal Rappin's' #80 (Pop Albums) and `Disco Connection' #85 (Pop Albums) and `Don't Let Go' #9 (Black Albums) From 1969 till 1988 ISAAC HAYES released also thirty three singles. The first single ISAAC HAYES released in the is 'By The Time I Get To Phoenix' on Records. Other released tracks are 'Juicy Fruit (disco Freak) (1976 / ABC)', 'Showdown (1988 / COLUMBIA)', 'Theme From Shaft (1971 / )', ''Joy' Pt. I (1974 / )'.

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