Isaac hayes - ike's rap b/w hey girl

Note: the 1989 CD release, distributed by Fantasy Records , scrambles the playing order: Side One is paired with Side Four on disc one, while Side Two is paired with Side Three on disc two.

As the seventies unfold so does Hayes’ progression on discs as vital as Joy , Chocolate Chip and Disco Connection, all top ranked R&B albums packed with the most impeccable South and West Coast specialists.

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With the decline of disco in the early 1980's rap became a new form of expression. Rap arose from musical experimentation with rhyming, rhythmic speech. Rap was a departure from disco. Sherley Anne Williams refers to the development of rap as "anti-Disco" in style and means of reproduction. The early productions of Rap after Disco sought a more simplified manner of producing the tracks they were to sing over. Williams explains how Rap composers and DJ's opposed the heavily orchestrated and ritzy multi-tracks of Disco for "break beats" which were created from compiling different records from numerous genres and did not require the equipment from professional recording studios . Professional studios were not necessary therefore opening the production of rap to the youth who as Williams explains felt "locked out" because of the capital needed to produce Disco records. [30]

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