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February 16th: Soul Jazz Records presents Hell Up In Harlem rare one-off film screening (London)

“The Godfather of Harlem is doing it again!”



Soul Jazz Records presents Hell Up In Harlem rare one-off film screening 7.30pm Fri February 16th, 2018 at Regent Street Cinema, London.

“A classic and super-rare heavy slice of funky Blaxploitation starring Fred Williamson (“He may never get to heaven but he’s raising hell up in Harlem.”) and a killer wah-wah funk soundtrack by Edwin Starr, this film is Blaxploitation meets The Godfather!”

“Tougher than “Shaft” and smoother than “Superfly”, this high-voltage sequel to “Black Caesar” explodes with enough action to incinerate New York City.”

Soul Jazz Records DJs will be laying down some heavy funk and soul in the bar before and after the film so get on down!

Film Premise:
“The underworld king of Harlem works his rackets like a Robin Hood; doing continuous battle with dishonest politicians, the police and people in his employ… even his father and ex-wife.”

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REGENT Cinema: “Regent Street Cinema, the birthplace of British Cinema, screens a fantastic selection of classics old & new, arthouse gems, and specialises in double bils.”

Soul Jazz Records: “Soul Jazz Records started 15 years ago. We are a record label, record store, sound system, publisher and radio broadcaster. As well as our main label, Soul Jazz Records, we have affiliated labels such as Studio One Records, Universal Sound.”

“There is nothing more to be said or to be done tonight, so hand me over my violin and let us try to forget for half an hour the miserable weather and the still more miserable ways of our fellowmen.” ― Arthur Conan Doyle