ACROSS 110th STREET
Across 110th Street is 1972 american action film directed by Barry Shear and is set up in Harlem 110th Street, the dividing line between Harlem and Central Park which was more like an informal boundary between class and race in the 1970s in New York. Bobby Womack wrote the songs and performed them whereas composing and conducting was made by JJ Johnson. The very well know title song hit #19 on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles in 1973 and was later used by Quentin Tarantino in his blaxploitation homage “Jacky Brown”. It is super funky and features Belford “Sinky” Hendricks on the string arrangements.