Isaac Hayes: Truck Turner (Original Soundtrack), LP (Vinyl)
Isaac Hayes: Truck Turner (Original Soundtrack), LP (Vinyl)
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Isaac Hayes : Truck Turner (Original Soundtrack)

  • 2×LP (Vinyl)
  • United Kingdom
reissue, double vinyl
  • Stax
  • (SX2 129)
  • 17 Tracks
  • UPC 029667912914
  • M / EX
  • virgin
  • bent corner on cover

tracks

A1

Main Title "Truck Turner"

A2

House Of Beauty

A3

Blue's Crib

A4

Driving In The Sun

B1

Breakthrough

B2

Now We're One

B3

The Duke

B4

Dorinda's Party

C1

Pursuit Of The Pimpmobile

C2

We Need Each Other, Girl

C3

A House Full Of Girls

C4

Hospital Shootout

D1

You're In My Arms Again

D2

Give It To Me

D3

Drinking

D4

The Insurance Company

D5

End Theme

Credits

Arranged By
  • Johnny Allen
  • Isaac Hayes
Conductor
  • Johnny Allen
  • Isaac Hayes
Engineer
  • Ron Capone
Producer
  • Isaac Hayes

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