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79-year-old Weepin' Willie (Robinson) may very well be the best classic R&B singer you've never heard of, unless of course, you happen to live in the Boston area. There, Weepin' Willie is something of a local legend, thrilling audiences with his deep blues vocal style. None of this is lost on other stalwarts of the Boston blues scene, such as Mighty Sam McClain, Susan Tedeschi, Ronnie Earl and Bruce Katz. "You've got to hear Willie" is repeated almost like a mantra by them. Now, with the release of At Last On Time everyone can, at last, hear Willie.
Lending strong support for Willie's recording debut is one of the brightest new blues lights to emerge in recent years, Susan Tedeschi, whose Just Won't Burn album has spent an unprecedented 41 weeks on the Billboard Blues Chart! The man behind Willie's emergence is none other than the great Mighty Sam McClain, a living R&B legend if there ever was one. Sam co-produced the album (along with Joe Harley) and also contributes his patented brand of soul singing and songwriting. Along with Jimmy D. Lane, who joins in on one track with his blazing guitar, At Last On Time proves the wisdom of the phrase "better late than never!"
|1. Love Call||2. Fever||3. Can't Go Wrong Woman||4. Big Mary's House||5. They Call Me Weepin' Willie / Mighty Mighty||6. Glory Train||7. At Last, On Time||8. Dirty Old Man||9. Weepin Willie Boogie||10. Love Me If You Want To||11. Let The Good Times Roll|