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Saturday, January 12, 2008

Bobby Womack & J.J. Johnson - Across 110th Street (1972)

1. Across 110th Street - Peace, Bobby Womack
2. Harlem Clavinette [Instrumental]
3. If You Don't Want My Love (Give It Back) - Bobby Womack
4. Hang on in There [Instrumental]
5. Quicksand - Bobby Womack
6. Harlem Love Theme [Instrumental]
7. Acorss 110th Street [Instrumental]
8. Do It Right - Bobby Womack
9. Hang on in There - Bobby Womack
10. If You Don't Want My Love [Instrumental]
11. Across 110th Street, Pt. 2 - Peace, Bobby Womack
A fine, thoughtful album from Bobby Womack (who wrote the theme) and jazz veteran J.J. Johnson. The album is a mix of classic seventies soul and a heady, beat-driven big band style of funk. The best track from a funk perspective is the outstanding 'Harlem Clavinette'. JJ Johnson on top form.

Movie Review
Across 110th Street (1972)


jcmoss33 said...

An extremely solid piece of work. Thanks for getting this one up and posted. Peace

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Analog Burners said...

So ill...what a piece of work!

Thanks for the post!

Unknown said...

Having a time opening this. Any suggestions?

pscriswell said...

rename the extension of your .bad file to .rar or .efw, should work fine.

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