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One of the undisputed best live releases of all time, Sam Cooke's 1963 "Live at the Harlem Square Club" was left unreleased by RCA Records for over 22 years... because it was too "loud, raw, artful and raucous".

Pink Floyd Black Division Bell T-Shirt - Lightweight Vintage Style 

SKU:ACTPFDIVBLACK160
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$24.95
 
 
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XS 16.5" 27"
S 18" 28"
M 20" 29"
L 22" 30"
XL 24" 31"
2XL 26" 32"
3XL 28" 33"
4XL 30" 34"
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This Bluescentric Brand official Pink Floyd t-shirt is available in vintage style sizes up to 4XL. This comfortable t-shirt is made of premium lightweight 4.2oz 100% combed, ringspun cotton. Sizes run true.

The Division Bell featured on this t-shirt was Pink Floyd's fourteenth studio album. Released March 28, 1994, it focused on communication, and went platinum within months.

This image of the statues at night was part of a photo collage within the original packaging. The towering statues were designed by longtime Floyd collaborator Storm Thorgerson. 

Recorded in David Gilmour's houseboat and the band's Britannia Row Studios, the album touches on themes of communication. In keeping with the theme, art outfit Hipgnosis created the cover featuring two statues facing each other as if speaking. 

"I consider, unashamedly, this to be one of the best things I've ever done," Thorgerson said of the art. "Not so much for the dialogue with the viewer and not so much for the implication of a third absent face i.e. that of Syd Barrett, formed by the two eyes looking at you, rather than each other, but more because of the statues themselves, designed with wild-eyed Keith Breeden, were very imposing in their own right, majestic, elegant, and monolithic, standing eerily in the fens of East Anglia."