...To Be Continued

...To Be Continued

by Isaac Hayes


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Product Details

Release Date: 11/07/1991
Label: Stax
UPC: 0025218413329
catalogNumber: 4133
Rank: 31582

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Isaac Hayes   Primary Artist,Piano,Bongos,Keyboards,Electric Piano,Vocals,Timpani,Vibes
Barbara Thompson   Cello
Johnny Scat Davis   Trumpet
Cliff Acred   Bass
Bill Bell   Trombone
Ernie Bernhardt   Trumpet
Richard Dolph   French Horn
Noel Gilbert   Violin
Hot Buttered Soul Unlimited   Background Vocals
Edwin Hubbard   Flute
Pat Lewis   Background Vocals
Robert Snyder   Violin
Ann Spurbeck   Violin
James Terry   Flute
Nick Vergos   English Horn,Oboe
John Wehlan   Violin
Vincent de Frank   Cello
Joe De'Gerolamo   French Horn
Ed Freudberg   Violin
Gloria Hendricks   Violin
Nino Ravarino   Viola
Hal Saunders   Violin
Jackie Thomas   Trombone
Joan Gilbert   Violin
John Davis   Trumpet
Jack Fonville   Flute
D'Gerolamo   French Horn

Technical Credits

Memphis Horns   Contributor
Bar-Kays   Contributor
William Brown   Engineer
Ron Capone   Engineer
Isaac Hayes   Arranger,Producer
Pat Lewis   Arranger
Memphis Symphony Orchestra   Contributor
Dale Warren   Arranger
David Krieger   Art Direction
Henry Bush   Engineer

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...To Be Continued 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ThomasDC More than 1 year ago
In what I consider to be the Isaac Hayes trilogy (HBS, Movement and ...to be continued), I consider this to be the true stand out. It has a wonderful collection of 5 long tracks, 4 of which were solid hits by other artists and tastefully and soulfully done by Mr. Hayes. What has always amazed me about his music, in particular the three mentioned albums, are the orchestrations. The lush use of strings and horns add depth and at the same time a sparce sound to each piece; it is a strange mix and it works so well, especially on "to be continued". The Look of Love and (You've lost that) Lovin' Fellin' are the two stand outs. I have always loved Chef Hayes, and this album, out of all of them, I think is the best.