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Producer Lou Adler created the modern music festival with 1967's Monterey Pop Festival, produced hit records for The Mamas & The Papas, Carol King, Cheech & Chong, and popular counter-culture movies The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke, and the Monterey Pop documentary. He was inducted in to the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in 2013.

Humble Pie Eat It Diamond Baseball T-Shirt 

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Size Width Length
XS 16.13" 25.13"
S 17.63" 27.5"
M 19.63" 28.5"
L 21.63" 29.5"
XL 22.63" 30.5"
2XL 25.63" 31.5"
* Sizing runs slightly tight on baseball raglans. If you're close to or between sizes, consider the larger size. Refer to the size chart (in inches) below for best results. We can exchange sizing if you have trouble. 

This is a Bluescentric Brand authentic Humble Pie baseball tee, available in comfortable sizes up to 2XL. The material is lightweight 4oz 91/9 poly/ringspun cotton with 3/4 length sleeves. 

Official Humble Pie, every sale directly benefits the band. 

EAT IT was the sixth album by British rock n roll band Humble Pie, originally released in April, 1973.

This design features a remastered high resolution printing of the original "Eat It" fron the album cover, as well as design elements from the original album. The diamond reads "Humble Pie" exactly like the album!

It was on this album that the famous vocal backing group The Blackberries were formed. Former Ikette Venetta Fields, former Raylettes Clydie King & Sherlie Matthews, and eventually Billie Barnum made up the all-star backing cast.
Staying classy, the first two of Pie's R&B covers on this album were from Ray Charles and Ike & Turner.

The 2-disc, four sided album was unique in that it had original songs on the first side, R&B covers on the second, acoustic originals on the third, and a live performance on the fourth side.

Staying classy, the first two of Pie's R&B covers on this album were from Ray Charles and Ike & Turner.