70s Yes 1977 Tour Going for One t-shirt Medium

Chest:  18.5 in.

Length: 26.5 in.

Content: Feels like cotton blend

Tag Brand: blank

This amazing 70s tee comes from progressive rock band Yes' 1977 Tour, performing songs from the album "Going for the One." The tour marked the reunion for the group after a two-year hiatus for members to pursue solo projects.

The album was the first entirely produced by the band. It would also mark the return of Rick Wakeman, replacing Patrick Moraz on the keyboard. Singles from the album included "Wonderous Stories," and the title track, which became the band's highest charting single in the U.K. 

Yes performed shows across North America and Europe for the '77 tour, with Donovan as the opener, for a total of six months. They sold out a record six consecutive shows at Wembley Arena in London.

The album cover was designed by Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey Powell, replacing the signature fantastical landscape designs by Roger Dean with a modern, geometrical design that symbolized the future for Yes. 

Fits like a modern unisex adult medium. Shirt is soft and thin, with a repair near the collar, see pic.



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