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THE WAY TO HAPPINESS HUBBARD NEW Issac Hayes Estate

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NO WORLDWIDE SALES! From singer Issac Hayes personal collection, New and sealed in shrink wrap. 2 Cd's, booklet. Also includes his business cards and items shown. Case has crack on back bottom side. From the late Issac Hayes Estate. Return to fame and stardom  In 1995 Hayes appeared as a Las Vegas minister impersonating Isaac Hayes in the comedy series the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Hayes launched a comeback on the Virgin label in May 1995 with Branded, an album of new material that earned impressive sales figures as well as positive reviews from critics who proclaimed it a return to form.[14] A companion album released around the same time, Raw and Refined, featured a collection of previously unreleased instrumentals, both old and new. In a rather unexpected career move shortly thereafter, Hayes charged back into the public consciousness as a founding star of Comedy Central's controversial â” and wildly successful â” animated TV series, South Park. Hayes provided the voice for the character of "Chef", the amorous elementary-school lunchroom cook, from the show's debut on August 13, 1997 (one week shy of his 55th birthday), through the end of its ninth season in 2006. The role of Chef drew on Hayes's talents both as an actor and as a singer, thanks to the character's penchant for making conversational points in the form of crudely suggestive soul songs. An album of songs from the series appeared in 1998 with the title Chef Aid: The South Park Album[15] reflecting Chef's popularity with the show's fans, and the Chef song "Chocolate Salty Balls" became a number-one U.K. hit.[16] However, when South Park leaped to the big screen the following year with the smash animated musical South Park: Bigger, Longer Uncut, Hayes/Chef was the only major character who did not perform a showcase song in the film; his lone musical contribution was "Good Love," a track on the soundtrack album which originally appeared on Black Moses in 1971 and is not heard in the movie[17] (more on Chef below). In 2000, Isaac Hayes appeared in the soundtrack of the French film "The Magnet" on the song "Is It Really Home" written and composed by rapper Akhenaton (IAM) and composer Bruno Coulais. Hayes was inducted into the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. The same year, a documentary highlighting Isaac's career and his impact on many of the Memphis artists in the 1960s onwards was produced, "Only The Strong Survive". In 2004, Hayes appeared in a recurring minor role as the Jaffa Tolok on the television series Stargate SG-1. The following year, he appeared in the critically acclaimed independent film Hustle Flow. Scientology activism Hayes joined Scientology around 1995. He contributed endorsement blurbs for many Scientology books. The frontispiece page for Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought (1997 paperback edition) quotes Hayes as saying "If you really want to know about the mind, the spirit and life itself, read Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought. It will put you on the right path!" In 1996, Hayes began hosting The Isaac Hayes and Friends Radio Show on WRKS in New York City. While there Hayes became a client of young vegan raw food chef, Elijah Joy and his company Organic Soul, Inc. Hayes also appears in the Scientology film Orientation. In 1998 Hayes and fellow Scientologist entertainers Anne Archer, Chick Corea and Haywood Nelson attended the 30th anniversary of Freedom Magazine, the Church of Scientology's investigative news journal, at the National Press Club in Washington DC, to honor eleven human rights activists.[18] In 2001, Hayes and Doug E. Fresh, another Scientologist musician, recorded a Scientology-inspired album called The Joy Of Creating â“ The Golden Era Musicians And Friends Play L. Ron Hubbard.[19] [edit] Charitable work The Isaac Hayes Foundation was founded in 1999 by Hayes.[20] In February 2006, Hayes appeared in a Youth for Human Rights International music video called "United". YHRI is a human rights group founded by the Church of Scientology. Hayes was also involved in other human rights related groups such as the One Campaign. Isaac Hayes was crowned a king in Ghana for his humanitarian work and economic efforts on the countryâs behalf.[citation needed] Buyer pays 2.95 media s/h. Canadian residents higher.  Be sure to add me to your favorites list! Please check my othersales and store, you may combine winning bids to save on shipping! Thanks for looking!!!  On May-08-07 at 19:15:52 PDT, seller added the following information:   Powered by Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items.   Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery - Now FREE! Â
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