Millie Jackson/Isaac Hayes

Biography

Millie Jackson and Isaac Hayes are two iconic figures in the world of soul and R&B music. Both artists have made significant contributions to the genre with their unique styles and powerful voices.

Millie Jackson, born on July 15, 1944, in Thomson, Georgia, is known for her distinctive vocal delivery and provocative lyrics. She began her music career in the 1960s and rose to fame in the 1970s with hits like “Hurts So Good” and “If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don’t Want to Be Right).” Jackson’s music often explores themes of love, relationships, and empowerment, and she is celebrated for her bold and unapologetic approach to songwriting.

Isaac Hayes, born on August 20, 1942, in Covington, Tennessee, was a multi-talented musician, singer, and songwriter. Hayes gained fame in the 1960s as a session musician and songwriter for Stax Records before launching a successful solo career. He is best known for his soulful voice, intricate arrangements, and socially conscious lyrics. Hayes’s most famous work includes the classic albums “Hot Buttered Soul” and “Shaft,” for which he won an Academy Award for Best Original Song.

In the 1980s, Millie Jackson and Isaac Hayes collaborated on several projects, including duets and live performances. Their dynamic chemistry and shared passion for music endeared them to fans around the world. Despite their individual success, the two artists found common ground in their love for soul music and continued to inspire each other creatively.

Millie Jackson and Isaac Hayes are revered as soul music legends, each leaving an indelible mark on the industry. Their music continues to resonate with audiences of all ages, and their legacy lives on through their timeless songs and memorable performances.

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Millie Jackson/Isaac Hayes

Royal Rappin’s

25.01.1993 Funk / Soul Rhythm & Blues, Soul CD
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Millie Jackson/Isaac Hayes

Royal Rappin’s

25.01.1993 Funk / Soul Rhythm & Blues, Soul CD
8,49  Add to cart