WOMACK, BOBBY & J.J. JOHNSON – Across 110th Street

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"The soundtrack of Across 110th Street reflects the mood and historical context of the film. The songs were written and performed by Bobby Womack, while the score was composed and conducted by J. J. Johnson. Made up of gritty and brooding funk, the soundtrack echoes the dark themes and imagery of the film.
The critically praised title song was a No. 19 hit on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart in 1973 and was later featured in Quentin Tarantino's 1997 blaxploitation homage Jackie Brown. Its lyrics reflect the broader themes of impoverishment and desperation in the film, where characters feel beaten down by poverty and must do whatever it takes to stay alive."     - Wikipedia

Across 110th Street 
Harlem Clavinette (Instrumental) 
If You Don't Want My Love 
Hang On In There (Instrumental) 
Harlem Love Theme (Instrumental) 3:07
Across 110th Street (Instrumental) 2:26
Do It Right 2:59
Hang On In There 2:23
If You Don't Want My Love (Instrumental) 3:03
Across 110th Street - Part II 2:52