You See Me Laughin’

Targeting a subset of musicians who were focused on performance over recording and posterity, You See Me Laughin’ follows Matthew Johnson’s attempts to corral a soon-to-be-lost-forever generation of American musicians who’s approach to music is far different from anything else in the entertainment industry currently.

Before they were releasing Spiritualized albums, or material by Wavves, or Youth Lagoon, Mississippi-based Fat Possum Records was busy building a formidable collection of recordings of hill country blues musicians.

Targeting a subset of musicians who were focused on performance over recording and posterity, You See Me Laughin’ follows Matthew Johnson‘s attempts to corral a soon-to-be-lost-forever generation of American musicians who’s approach to music is far different from anything else in the entertainment industry currently.

For those of you still unaware of R.L. Burnside, Bob Log III, and T-Model Ford, here is a good place to start.