Red Clay 1970
'Red Clay 1970' was inspired by the soul-jazz-funk-fusion that became the Freddie Hubbard trademark sound as a CTI recording artist. Freddie Hubbard’s Red Clay album was recorded and released in 1970 and was his first album on Creed Taylor’s CTI label. Red Clay marked his shift from Blue Note bebop to CTI soul-jazz-funk-fusion. The album would also define Freddie Hubbard’s music direction as a CTI recording artist for much of the 70s as well as set the template and the tone for all future CTI artists and recordings.
100% Fine Jersey Cotton (except for the heather grey color 90% cotton, 10% polyester).
Short Sleeve T-shirt
Red w/ White & Black Print
Black w/ White & Red Print
Made In The USA
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