Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak)

Isaac Hayes

Juicy Fruit Disco Freak MP3
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    1. Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak) 9:34
    2. Let's Don’t Ever Blow Our Thing 6:01
    3. The Storm Is Over 4:42
    4. Music To Make Love By 6:23
    5. Thank You Love 4:47
    6. Lady Of The Night 4:06
    7. Love Me Or Lose Me 5:33

Stax proudly presents the reissue of Hayes’ 1976 disco album, Juicy Fruit (Disco Freak), originally released on Hayes’ ABC Records-distributed Hot Buttered Soul label and recorded at his own Memphis studio with many of his long-time band members. This is its first time on CD. Music historian Bill Dahl contributed liner notes to the reissue.

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