From Four Until Late

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"From Four Until Late"
From four until late - single.jpg
Original 78 record label
Single by Robert Johnson
Released 1937 (1937)
Format 78 rpm record
Recorded Dallas, Texas, June 19, 1937
Genre Blues
Length 2:23
Label Vocalion, ARC
Songwriter(s) Robert Johnson
Producer(s) Don Law

"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.[1]

British rock group Cream recorded the song for their debut album Fresh Cream in 1966.[2] Guitarist Eric Clapton provided the lead vocal. Clapton also recorded another version of the song on his Sessions for Robert J album in 2004.


  1. ^ LaVere, Stephen (1990). The Complete Recordings (Box set booklet). Robert Johnson. Columbia Records. p. 37. OCLC 24547399. C2K 46222. 
  2. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Cream: Fresh Cream – Review". AllMusic. Retrieved May 31, 2016.