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Coming off the huge success of her first collaboration with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy the Grammy-winning YOU ARE NOT ALONE - Mavis Staples wanted to make their second album together both a continuation of the joyous spirit of the first, and an evolution. With new song offerings from Alan Sparhawk of Low, Nick Lowe, and three new Tweedy originals, ONE TRUE VINE is at once a darker and more uplifting album, anchored by reinventions of two 70s classics Funkadelics "Can You Get to That?" and the Staples Singers "I Like the Things About Me."
Coming off the huge success of her first collaboration with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy the Grammy-winning YOU ARE NOT ALONE - Mavis Staples wanted to make their second album together both a continuation of the joyous spirit of the first, and an evolution. With new song offerings from Alan Sparhawk of Low, Nick Lowe, and three new Tweedy originals, ONE TRUE VINE is at once a darker and more uplifting album, anchored by reinventions of two 70s classics Funkadelics "Can You Get to That?" and the Staples Singers "I Like the Things About Me."
045778720613
Mavis Staples - One True Vine

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ATI
Catalog: 87206
Rel. Date: 06/25/2013
UPC: 045778720613

One True Vine
Artist: Mavis Staples
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $19.99
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DISC: 1

1. Holy Ghost
2. Every Step
3. Can You Get to That
4. Jesus Wept
5. Celestial Shores
6. What Are They Doing in Heaven Today
7. Sow Good Seeds
8. I Like the Things About Me
9. Woke Up This Morning with My Mind on Jesus 1
10. One True Vine

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Coming off the huge success of her first collaboration with Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy the Grammy-winning YOU ARE NOT ALONE - Mavis Staples wanted to make their second album together both a continuation of the joyous spirit of the first, and an evolution. With new song offerings from Alan Sparhawk of Low, Nick Lowe, and three new Tweedy originals, ONE TRUE VINE is at once a darker and more uplifting album, anchored by reinventions of two 70s classics Funkadelics "Can You Get to That?" and the Staples Singers "I Like the Things About Me."
        
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