- Released: December 15, 1998
- Originally Released: 1998
- Label: Stax
- 1.That Loving Feeling
- 2.Body Language
- 3.Chocolate Chip
- 4.Chocolate Chip (Instrumental)
- 5.I Want To Make Love To You So Bad
- 6.Come Live With Me
- 7.I Can't Turn Around
Personnel: Isaac Hayes (vocals, piano, electric piano, RMI keyboard computer, concert bells); The Masqueraders (background vocals).
The Movement: Charles "Skip" Pitts, William "Boots" Vaughn (guitar); Emerson Able, Bill Easley (flute, alto saxophone); Tommy Lee Williams, Lewis Collins, Darrell Smith (flute, tenor saxophone); Floyd Newman (flute, baritone saxophone); Mickey "Shine" Gregory, William "Nookie" Taylor, Ben Cauley (trumpet); Jackie Thomas, Jack Hale (trombone); Lester Snell (keyboards, Fender Rhodes); Erroll Thomas (bass); Willie Cole (drums, percussion); Willie Hall (drums); Jimmy "Congalou" Thompson (congas)
Recorded at Hot Buttered Soul Recording Studio, Memphis, Tennessee in 1975. Originally released on Hot Buttered Soul (874). Includes liner notes by Rob Bowman.
Digitally remastered by Kirk Felton (1998, Fantasy Studios).
Personnel: Isaac Hayes (vocals, keyboards); Emerson Able, Bill Easley (flute, alto saxophone); Darrell Smith, Lewis Collins (flute, tenor saxophone); Floyd Newman (flute, baritone saxophone); Ben Cauley (trumpet); Jackie Thomas, Jack Hale (trombone); Lester Snell (Fender Rhodes piano); Erroll Thomas (bass guitar); Willie Hall (drums).
Recording information: Hot Buttered Soul Recording Studios, Memphis, TN (1975).
Photographer: Fred Valentine.
Arranger: Isaac Hayes.
A fine mid-'70s album on which Isaac Hayes adapted to the disco era. His productions were already ideal for dance floors, and he now updated his charts to include some stomping segments with horns and layered beats, while maintaining his soulful vocals on both up-tempo tunes and ballads. This album got two Top 20 hits for Hayes and was his last really big hit album in the '70s. ~ Ron Wynn