Can You Dig It?

Can You Dig It? by Isaac Hayes
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Isaac Hayes

Label: Fantasy Jazz
Released: 2005
Views: 1,977

Track Listing

CD1: Theme from Shaft; Precious, Precious; Hyperbolicyllabicsesquedalymistic; Ain't that Loving You (for More Reasons than One); Never Can Say Goodbye; By the Time I Get to Phoenix; Soulsville; Wonderful; Help Me Love; Need to Belong to Someone; Good Love; The Look of Love; Do Your Thing; For the Good Times; I Stand Accused. CD2: Walk On By; Joy (Part 1); His Eye is on the Sparrow; Brand New Me; If Loving You is Wrong (I Don't Want to be Right); Someone Made You for Me; Baby I'm-a Want You; Let's Stay Together; Theme from The Men; I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love With You); Title Theme (from Three Tough Guys); Run Fay Run; Chocolate Chip; Come Live With Me; Disco Connection; Rock Me Easy Baby (Part 1); Medley: By the Time I Get to Phoenix/I Say a Little Prayer. DVD: Rolling Down a Mountainside; Theme from Shaft; Soulsville; Chocolate Salty Balls.


Personnel

Isaac Hayes
voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Isaac Hayes: vocal, piano, vibraphone, organ, electric piano, alto saxophone, xylophone; Michael Toles, Charles "Skip" Pitts, Harold Beane, Sammy Watts, William Vaughan, Anthony Shinault: guitar; Lester Snell, Marvel Thomas, Sidney Kirk: keyboards; James Alexander, Donald "Duck" Dunn, William Murphy, Ronald Hudson, Erroll Thomas: bass; Willie Hall, Al Jackson, Jr.: drums; Jimmy Lee Thompson: congas; Gary Jones: congas, bongos; Willie Cole: percussion; David Porter, Dionne Warwick: vocals; others.


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