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XLT Tom Scott L.A. Express Buckle Logo T-Shirt - Men's Big & Tall 

SKU:AXLTODELAXP100
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$26.98
 
 
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Size Width Length
XLT 24" 33.5"
2XLT 26" 34.5"
3XLT 28" 35.5"
Description
This is the special XLT version of this Ode Records t-shirt. 
 

This Bluescentric Brand XLT music t-shirt comes in preshrunk 6oz 100% cotton sizes XLT, 2XLT and 3XLT. Sizes run very true, and have minimal, if any, shrinking. This is a standard go-to t shirt for our big & tall music lovers. 

Authentic Ode Records merchandise.

This design comes from the cover of the group's 1973 self-titled debut album. On the cover, a model is wearing jeans with a Tom Scott L.A. Express belt buckle, her bare stomach suggestively showing at the top. The design reads Tom Scott and the L.A. Express and features the band's often-used train. 

By the time saxophonist Tom Scott formed the jazz fusion group L.A. Express in 1973, the artist & composer had already made a name for himself. 

L.A. Express fast became a rising star, releasing Tom Cat in 1974, Shadow Play in 1976 and after Scott left the group to pursue other opportunities, L.A. Express in 1976. 

Tom Scott would go on to become a founding member of The Blues Brothers Band. He wrote the theme song to Starsky and Hutch, and The Streets of San Fransisco, appeared on dozens of hit songs from Carole King, Beach Boys, Grateful Dead, Whitney Houston, Pink Floyd, Sinatra, Steppenwolf, Aretha Franklin and many more. He won three Grammys, and played as part of the Les Deux Love Orchestra.