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Shaft [Music from the Soundtrack]

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    DEFINES 70'S BLAXPLOITATION

    When You think of the Blaxploitation genre...You think SHAFT.<BR/>It wasn't the first Film of it's kind but upon it's release it became the standard.The perfect mix of character, story and music.<BR/>Isaac Hayes theme music set to Richard Roundtree's walking among the NYC traffic set the tone of the Film & genre to follow.<BR/>Hayes' voice , used sparingly ,in the theme & in Soulsville oozes soul.<BR/>No Name Bar track is one of the greatest instrumental jazz tracks of all time {in My opinion}.<BR/>Hayes' Theme From Shaft won the Academy Award for best song for 1971.Rightfully so.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the best Movie Soundtracks of all time

    Can u dig it??? The most well known track is obviously the definitive 1970's movie theme of &quot Shaft&quot But what most people don't realize about the rest of the album is that it has some great instrumental tracks that are greatly sequenced and work to perfection. It still sounds fresh and vital, and that is saying alot about 70's soundtrack albums. Along with 1977's Saturday Night Fever, this is one movie soundtrack that stands the test of time.

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