Mavis Staples is an American Music legend. She was at the forefront of the civil rights movement in the 1960’s, as singer for the legendary gospel group, The Staples Singers. Mavis, along with her father, Pops, and siblings marched and worked alongside Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the fight for equality in this country. In December 2016, Mavis went to Washington, DC to receive the coveted Kennedy Center Honors from President Obama, with whom she has had a long standing friendship. Mavis invited Wilco frontman and dear friend, Jeff Tweedy as her guest for the weekend’s festivities. The two spent hours discussing the current events and how today’s fight for equality is very similar to those in the 60’s. Inspired by these events, Mavis and Jeff got together and wrote Mavis’ new album, If All I Was Was Black, produced by Jeff Tweedy. LP - 180 Gram Black Vinyl with Download.



Little Bit  
If All I Was Was Black  
Who Told You That  
Ain't No Doubt About It  
Peaceful Dream  
No Time For Crying  
Build A Bridge  
We Go High  
Try Harder  
All Over Again


Label: ANTI

Catalogue Number: 7557-1