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The cover art of The Band's The Basement Tapes was taken by photographer Reid Miles in the basement of an L.A. YMCA, with the band positioned among circus sideshow acts & colorful characters.

Nuclear Pie '71 Tour Humble Pie Ladies T Shirt - Relaxed Fit 

SKU:LADHUMTOUR51
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$25.90
 
 
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Size Width Length
S 17" 25"
M 19" 26"
L 21" 27"
XL 23" 28"
2XL 25" 29.5"
Description
This Bluescentric Brand authentic Humble Pie ladies t-shirt is available in relaxed fit sizes up to 2XL. The material is a 4.2 oz 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton with side seams. Heather colors are 52/48, Athletic Heather is 90/10, Heather Prism colors are 99/1.

This is official Humble Pie merchandise -- every sale directly benefits the band. 

The design features a fun radioactive pie, and the words "Humble Pie Tour 1971".

1971 would be the last time Essex-based British invasion rockers Humble Pie would tour with their original lineup of Steve Marriott, Jerry Shirley, bassist Greg Ridley and Peter Frampton.

A&M had just released the widely popular "Humble Pie In Performance At The Fillmore", showcasing Pie's wild, high-energy live shows, and the crowds for the unnamed '71 tour were electric. 

Starting in London, Humble Pie quickly crossed the pond and ran a rollicking & debauched national tour from coast to American coast, ending just before Christmas at the famed venue The Warehouse in New Orleans. 

Frampton moved on to a successful solo career, replaced by Clem Clemson, and in his absence, the band would release their biggest hit album yet, 1972's SMOKIN', which peaked at #6 on the Billboard chart.