Man in the Black Hat 

A lost treasure from Richmond's '70s funk-rock scene is rediscovered.

In the fall of 2011, record collector Troy Hurt was flipping through 45-rpm singles at Carrington's Music, a tiny store on East Washington Street in Petersburg, when he came across something enticingly unfamiliar. It was called "Come to Me Softy," by…

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