In conjunction with the new career documentary film Mavis! which premieres at SXSW Film this spring, ANTI- is pleased to announce a unique collaboration between two generations of ANTI artists. For the recording of the EP Your Good Fortune, gospel and soul legend Mavis Staples went into the studio with new ANTI singer-songwriter-producer Son Little, recording two new Son Little original songs, and two vivid reworkings of Staple Singers classics. To hear Mavis’ clarion voice bedded in Son Little’s ancient/modern swirl of swamp guitar and b-boy programming is to discover the knife edge of Mavis Staples’ art.
In conjunction with the new career documentary film Mavis! which premieres at SXSW Film this spring, ANTI- is pleased to announce a unique collaboration between two generations of ANTI artists. For the recording of the EP Your Good Fortune, gospel and soul legend Mavis Staples went into the studio with new ANTI singer-songwriter-producer Son Little, recording two new Son Little original songs, and two vivid reworkings of Staple Singers classics. To hear Mavis’ clarion voice bedded in Son Little’s ancient/modern swirl of swamp guitar and b-boy programming is to discover the knife edge of Mavis Staples’ art.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: ANTI
Rel. Date: 06/09/2015
UPC: 045778738113

Your Good Fortune EP [Limited Edition 10 Inch Vinyl]
Artist: Mavis Staples
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $13.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Your Good Fortune
2. Fight
3. See That My Grave Is Kept Clean
4. Wish I Had Answered

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In conjunction with the new career documentary film Mavis! which premieres at SXSW Film this spring, ANTI- is pleased to announce a unique collaboration between two generations of ANTI artists. For the recording of the EP Your Good Fortune, gospel and soul legend Mavis Staples went into the studio with new ANTI singer-songwriter-producer Son Little, recording two new Son Little original songs, and two vivid reworkings of Staple Singers classics. To hear Mavis’ clarion voice bedded in Son Little’s ancient/modern swirl of swamp guitar and b-boy programming is to discover the knife edge of Mavis Staples’ art.