BOBBY WOMACK inspired ACROSS 110th STREET
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When you watch HBO's sensational Vinyl TV series you realise that despite being as safe as juggling elecric toasters in the bath, early 70s New York was one hell of a place be if you were into music - and nowhere more so than with the uptown sounds of Harlem where hustler soul made turned "blaxploitation" soundtracks into sensational albums that would long outlive the appeal of the movies they came from. And along with Curtis Mayfield's Super Fly, Bobby Womack's Across 110th Street set the standard. So just imagine how cool a Harlem record store run by Bobby Womack would have been in 1973?