The Association T-Shirt

T-SHIRT MODEL: Stanley / Stella Rocker (Man/Unisex) Sol’s Regent (Woman)

In Green Slime Shop we travel to Los Angeles, California, in the second half of the 1960s during which the group The Association recorded, between 1967 and 1972, no more and no less than seven albums full of good songs and excellent vocal harmonies.
For this T-shirt we have redrawn the typography that illustrator Wes Wilson used on a poster of a concert by the band at the Fillmore in San Francisco. We have also used an illustration from the 60s that we have also redrawn and modified for a suitable transfer to the T-shirt and, of course, we have put the logo of the Valiant label with which they released their first single and album.

Limited edition 25 handnumbered copies only!

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The Association was a group that, although not commercially top of the line, did have some hits, especially in their magical year, 1967, with Cherish and Along Comes Mary, which led them to perform numerous times on television and especially in their well-remembered performance at the Monterey Pop Festival. In addition, their first album was produced by the great Curt Boettcher, something that is noticeable in the imaginative production of their great first album.

The Association went on to make magnificent albums such as Renaissance, Insight Out with another of their hits, Windy and Birthday. With the soundtrack of Goodbye Columbus, which was also very enjoyable, the golden age of this great group came to an end, and they continued to make records with many changes of personnel until 1972.