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Do Your Thing Vinyl LP (Record Store Day)

Now-Again RecordsSKU fr-3543

epic unreleased funk jam, 1st time on vinyl for BLK FRI 2016
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Record Store Day ExclusiveMonster 33-minute funk jam from Isaac Hayes and The Bar-Kays gets its first ever pressing for RSD BLK FRI 2016! This never-before-heard version was mixed directly from the original 2-inch tape and contains a bonus rhythm section instrumental and booklet detailing its history. From Now-Again - Isaac Hayes was already a cutting-edge funk master at Stax Records when he accepted the unprecedented assignment of creating a soundtrack for the 1971 action flick Shaft. At a time when R&B songs routinely timed out at three minutes and under, Hayes’ albums for Stax’s Enterprise imprint had been breaking new ground since 1969. His masterpiece Hot Buttered Soul consisted of only four tracks, two songs on The Isaac Hayes Movement clocked in at a hair under 12 minutes, and one selection on his …To Be Continued stretched to 15:33. But his epic “Do Your Thing,” one of the cornerstones of the two-LP Shaft soundtrack, outdid them all. Occupying nearly the entire last side of the set, it concluded after 19-and-a-half grooving minutes with the overdubbed sound of a needle scratching violently across a piece of vinyl. No one knew that jarring ending masked the existence of another 13 minutes of “Do Your Thing.” Consigned to the vaults, those improvisatory extensions—somewhere in between free-jazz and psychedelic rock—were seemingly destined never to be heard. Until now. Recommended.

  • 2500 copies pressed
  • 2 previously unreleased tracks
  • detailed booklet
  • music label: Now-Again Records 2016
reviewed by troglodyte 11/2016
UPC: 33735368

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