Percussionist Willie’s two great jazz funk albums from 1978 and ’79 together on one CD. ‘Hell of an Act ‘ was produced by Wayne Henderson and features a great line up incl Bobby Lyle, Ernie Watts etc. it includes his big jazz funk club hit and possibly definitive version of Ronnie Laws ‘Always There’ both in album and 12” remix versions. Also there’s ‘Keep That Same Old Feeling’ the uptempo ‘Sixty-Two Fifty’ and a good vocal version of ‘Dindi’. ‘Bobo’ is a more vocal album featuring Errol Knowles on the great 2-stepper ‘Comin Over Me’ and uptempo dancer ‘Reason For Livin’ with Willie more to the fore on ‘Palos’.