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1972 Isaac Hayes Grammy Award

1972 Isaac Hayes Grammy Award

“Who’s the cat that won’t cop out when there’s danger all about?” He’s one bad mutha’ fu…. Shut your mouth! I’m talking ‘bout Shaft. I mean Chef. No, I’m talking about Isaac Hayes. Presented with this Grammy from the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences in 1972 for “Best Pop Instrumental Performance” for his work in “Black Moses”, one year after he received an Academy for “Theme for ‘Shaft’. The Grammy is wooden platform (5x5”) with gold metal plate with engraved, “National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences Isaac Hayes Best Pop Instrumental Performance with Vocal Coloring – 1972 ‘Black Moses’”. Sitting on top of wooden platform is old-fashioned phonograph complete in every detail down to the horn, which produced the sound. Stands 6” tall. EX. Seize this rare opportunity to own this symbol of the most important moment in the career of a pioneer and a visionary, whose solo career predated not only the disco era but also the evolution of rap.


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