THE BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE BIG MEN'S T-SHIRT

THE BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE BIG MEN'S T-SHIRT
THE BEATLES YELLOW SUBMARINE BIG MEN'S T-SHIRT
Item# 11898bm
US$30.99
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Product Description

This Beatles T-shirt features Yellow Submarine set against a blue sidebar tie-dye. The movie Yellow Submarine is a priceless piece of animation, equally appealing to adults and children. The story takes place in Pepperland, where the Beatles are summoned to thwart a bunch of music-hating meanies.

TIE-DYE T-SHIRT Made of 5.6 oz. heavyweight (before dyeing), 100% cotton garment; 2 needle stitched neck, taped shoulders for strength and comfort.

SIZE Small, TUBE WIDTH 19.5 inches, BODY LENGTH 22.0 inches --- SIZE Medium, TUBE WIDTH 22.0 inches, BODY LENGTH 23.0 inches --- SIZE Large, TUBE WIDTH 23.0 inches, BODY LENGTH 24.0inches --- SIZE XLarge, TUBE WIDTH 25.0 inches, BODY LENGTH 25.5 inches

SIZE 2XLarge, TUBE WIDTH 25.5 inches, BODY LENGTH 26.5 inches

About The Beatles

The Beatles are by all accounts the greatest band to have ever walked the Earth, but few can comprehend how four mop-topped minstrels from the mean streets of Liverpool, England forever altered the landscape of Rock and Roll.

Consisting of the immortal John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, the Beatles took the US by storm in 1964 with an appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show, where they were greeted by the frenzied shouts of teenage girls, a sound they would eventually grow accustomed to.

Their singles “I Want to Hold Your Hand” and “She Loves You” quickly soared to the top of the charts and thus began the British Invasion.

Disillusioned by the glare of the international spotlight and the fleeting fame that it came with, Lennon and McCartney took to the studio and recorded the groundbreaking Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, whose Avant-garde fueled psychedelia pushed the boundaries of music.

From there the foundation was laid for the epic White Album, Abbey Road, and a final rooftop performance for Let It Be.

Influenced: Radiohead, Oasis, Blur, Pink Floyd, The Beach Boys, The Cure