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One True Vine

Mavis Staples

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Between her work as a civil rights activist, a GRAMMY®-winning solo artist, and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Mavis Staples has shaped a legacy as one of the most influential R&B stylists of her generation. In her latest gospel-themed release One True Vine, the soulful singer continues to showcase her moving voice on commanding tracks such as “Holy Ghost” and “Can You Get To That”, a hearty, polished Funkadelic cover. A sense of resilience and positivity run though the album, especially on the confident, electric guitar-driven “I Like the Things About Me,” which flaunts a self-appreciation the legend has earned.

Customer Reviews

Ever the Best!

Mavis Staples is ever the best and just keeps getting better.

can't wait

Just saw her on the Daily Show. Incredible!

Superb!

This album is amazing! Mavis has amazing singing abilities.
5/5

Biography

Born: July 10, 1939 in Chicago, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in 1939 in Chicago, Mavis Staples achieved wide recognition as lead singer for the Staple Singers. She first recorded solo for Stax subsidiary Volt in 1969. Subsequent efforts included a Curtis Mayfield-produced soundtrack on Curtom, a disappointing nod to disco for Warner in 1979, a misguided stab at electro-pop with Holland-Dozier-Holland in 1984, and an uneven album for Paisley Park. Staples has a rich contralto voice that has neither the range of Aretha Franklin nor the power of Patti LaBelle....
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