From Four Until Late
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|"From Four Until Late"|
Original 78 record label
|Single by Robert Johnson|
|Format||78 rpm record|
|Recorded||Dallas, Texas, June 19, 1937|
"From Four Until Late" (or "From Four Till Late") is a blues song written by Delta blues musician Robert Johnson. He recorded it in Dallas, Texas, during his second to last session for producer Don Law on June 19, 1937.
British rock group Cream recorded the song for their debut album Fresh Cream in 1966. Guitarist Eric Clapton provided the lead vocal. Clapton also recorded another version of the song on his Sessions for Robert J album in 2004.
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