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Famed children's author Shel Silverstein (The Giving Tree, Falling Up, A Light In The Attic) also wrote Johnny Cash's Grammy-winning song "A Boy Named Sue".

Black Patti Stack O' Lee Record Ringer T-Shirt 

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This is a Bluescentric Brand ringer tee, available in comfortable sizes up to 2XL. The material is 4.3 oz 100% combed ringspun cotton fine jersey. It features side seams and contrasting 1x1 baby rib binded collar and sleeves. 

Black Patti Records was founded & went defunct the same year, 1927 -- like a flash in the pan. 

But some-55 tracks that Black Patti recorded until the end of August 1927 uniquely captured a growing & changing new musical style -- part Americana, part vaudevillian, and part of a rollicking style that was spreading quickly through black American communities.

It would come to be known as “The Blues”. Don’t expect to come across a Black Patti in your time crate digging for gold — only a few were pressed back in the 20s, and only a couple are known to have survived into the modern world. 

The print on this shirt features a carefully scanned & restored vinyl record label of the ultra-rare Black Patti Records number 8030 -- a folksy rendition of “Stack O’ Lee Blues”.