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Right on Time [Little Buster]


  • 1. What Can I Do (Somebody Tell Me)
    2. Engines and Wings
    3. First You Cry
    4. Ever Since
    5. Whatever It Takes
    6. That's What I Want to Do
    7. I've Been Watching You
    8. I'm So Lonesome
    9. Broken Hearted Man
    10. What Do I Have to Do (To Make You Love Me)
    11. My Darling
    12. Baby Couldn't Be Found
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 619562

  • Credits
    ProducerAndy Breslau; Scott Billington
    EngineerSteve Rosenthal

    & The Soul Brothers.
    Personnel: Edward "Little Buster" Forehand (vocals, acoustic guitar & electric guitars); Kenn Chipkin (guitar); Jerry Harshaw, Timothy "Rick" Richardson (tenor saxophone); Larry Etkin (trumpet); Eugene DaCosta Cordew (piano, Wurlitzer electric piano, keyboards, Hammond B-3 organ); Alan Levy (bass); Billy Kilson, Chris Candida (drums).
    Recorded at the Magic Shop, Platinum Island, New York between December 1994 and February 1995. Includes liner notes by Andy Breslau.
    Personnel: Edward Forehand (vocals, guitar, background vocals); Timothy Richardson, Jerry Harshaw (tenor saxophone); Laurence Etkin, Jerry Etkins (trumpet); Eugene Dacosta Cordew (electric piano, keyboards); Chris Candida, Billy Kilson (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Steve Rosenthal.
    Liner Note Author: Andy Breslau.
    Recording information: Magic Shop Recording, New York, NY (12/1994-02/1995); Platinum Island Recording Studios, New York, NY (12/1994-02/1995); The Magic Shop, New York, NY (12/1994-02/1995).
    Photographer: Shonna Valeska.
    Arrangers: Edward Forehand; Jerry Harshaw.
    Literally from out of nowhere did this remarkable debut album arise by blind guitarist Little Buster and his combo (he's no stranger to the studio, though, with a handful of late-'60s 45s to his credit). Mixing blues and soul traditions with melismatic passion, Buster was responsible for one of 1995's best albums -- debut or otherwise. ~ Bill Dahl

  • Critic Reviews
    Down Beat (2/00, p.70) - 4 out of 5 - "...a convincing songwriter....[Buster] gives full expression to his private hurt and the possibility of redemption, while his guitar adds colorful commentary and his horn-fueled band struts as if it were the soul '60s..."
    Living Blues (9-10/95, pp.62-65) - "Stylistically, Little Buster and the Soul Brothers come directly from the late 1960s and early '70s, when genuine soul singers weren't on the endangered species list. His gritty vocals and crisp guitar work are revelatory....Right on time indeed."
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