Drawing from the 1970s of Moog test driver and avant-jazz and electronic music pioneer, Joe Gallivan, playing his Moog Drum.
Printed on the front of a soft 100% cotton unisex black t-shirt, available in sizes small, medium, extra large, 2x extra large, 3x extra large and 4 x large.
Want to hear Joe playing Moog Drum?
Here's a fantastic album you can download that opens with eight original duets by Joe Gallivan (Moog synthesizer) and Charles Austin (saxophones and flutes), followed by two band compositions by Joe Gallivan (Moog synthesizer and electronic percussion) with Pat Thomas (keyboards and samplers), Gary Smith (guitar), Elton Dean (saxophones), and Claude Deppa, Guy Barker and Jim Dvorak on trumpets.
And here's a recording of Joe playing Moog Drum with Elvin Jones on drums and Paul Metzke on guitar at the Newport Jazz Festival's Gretsch Greats event.
And here is Joe on Moog Drum opening the title track of the Gil Evans' Orchestra's album, "There Comes a Time," in 1975. The sepia-tint photo on this page was taken at that recording session. Joe is on the far right side of the photo, leaning over his MiniMoog and Moog Drum.
And here is Thomas Schultz's video of Joe playing Moog Drum solo, in 2014.
Check out the cool photo of Joe's daughter, Jessica Gallivan Espinosa, and Joe's granddaughter, Kari Currence, in their new t-shirts! Kari designs and makes stylish jewelry, which you can browse at her store, Bean Sprout Studio.
And here's a selfie by our friend in Yorkshire, British progressive jazz archivist, researcher, writer, and historian, John Thurlow, in his Joe Gallivan t-shirt.
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