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A Music Scholar Remembers Isaac Hayes

Dr. William Banfield, a professor at the Berklee College of Music, says of Isaac Hayes: β€œAt Stax, he became an artist and further defined and refined Black music and then represented Black music as kind of a musical prince of our culture at a critical time when Black music was very influential to the identity of our people.”

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