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. Across 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.
BOBBY WOMACK and J.J. JOHNSON...ACROSS 110TH STREET
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