70s Get the Funk Out Ma Face Brothers Johnson t-shirt Extra Small


Chest: 15 in.

Length: 23 in.

Content: 50/50 cotton/polyester

Tag Brand: Cornwell of California

This awesome 70s vintage tee for the Brothers Johnson reads, "Get the funk out ma face," across the front chest, the title of one of their songs. The funk and R&B duo consisted of brothers George, "Lightnin' Licks" and Louis E. Johnson, "Thunder Thumbs." They rose to fame in the mid-70s and early 80s with the hit singles, "I'll Be Good to You," "Strawberry Letter 23," and "Stomp!"

In the early days of their career, The Brothers Johnson opened for Bobby Womack, the Supremes, and Billy Preston. They were then hired by Quincy Jones to tour in Japan. Their music did well both on the radio as well as in films, featured in the soundtrack for iconic 70s films like "Jackie Brown," and "Mother, Jugs & Speed." 

Goerge and Louis split in '82 to pursue different projects, however, they reunited in '84 to record "Out of Control," featuring the hit songs, "You Keep Me Coming Back."

Tag says medium but this fits like a modern unisex adult small.

 

 

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