70s The Tubes Don't Touch Me There t-shirt Medium

Chest: 19.5 in.

Length: 25.5 in.

Content: 100% cotton

Tag Brand: Russell Athletic

This nostalgic 70s tee for the rock band, the Tubes, features the title of their song, "Don't touch me there," written in minimalist red letters front and center. The back features the band name in a tubular and cursive font. 

Based out of San Francisco, the Tubes gained popularity with the hit single from their self-titled debut album, "White Punks on Dope," produced by Al Kooper. The song has since been coverd by Motley Crue. The band became known for their satirical humor as part of the underground comedy scene of the time, which included The Credibility Gap, Firesign Theather, and Groundlings to name a few. 

Their second album, "Young and Rich," was released in 1976 on A&M Records. The album, produced by Ken Scott, featured "Don't Touch Me There." It was a suggestive duet between Fee Waybill and Re Styles, co-written by Ron Nagle and Jane Dornacker. 

Tag says XL but this fits like a modern unisex adult medium. It has discoloration around the bottom, and spots on the shoulders and sleeves, see pics.




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