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Description Black soul singer en:Isaac Hayes performs at the International Amphitheater in Chicago as part of the annual PUSH [People United to Save Humanity] `Black Expo` in the fall of 1973. October 1973.
Date October 1973
Source Photo by John H. White source
Author John H. White
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