" Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain " Song Lyrics!!! Fall-in for this one fellow Dead Fans!And especially those who always Lived-For! Those opening Garcia-infused Scarlet > Fire!!!
Treble-rifts to kick-off Set II!!!!! Tie-Dye Shirt here Folks, as all the credit in the world on This-Beauty! Goes out to Richard Biffle!
To' Garcia / Hunter' too!! Have you ever seen this one?? Design, so just shortly " post " the Glorious! Just check it out in the photos, as the songs " Scarlet Begonias > & Fire On The Mountain " almost entirely-describes this Magical & Amazing scene! " : " The Wind in the Willows, played Tea for Two!
The Sky was Yellow and the Sun was Blue! Scarlet Begonias or a Touch of the Blues!!!
" : " There's a Dragon with Matches who's Loose on the Town!!! As far as any G. Shirts specifically designed to create " Song-Images " of the Brilliant & Genius Songs of the Grateful Dead -- this here, is indeed one of the Very-Very Best Ever! Heck, I'' let the Photos!
Do all of the talking with this one - just a few pleasant' lyrics' reminders for you, which - you probably didn't need anyways... As there's good chance a tasty Scarlet! Might have just graced your speaker-cones earlier today, some Red-Hot! Version, from somewhere in between 1976 and 1995!Hey, I mean wearing this Hot-Shirt! - it will indeed take a Whole Pail of Water just to Cool You! And the fun game too, of course - of seeing if all the other Dead Fans out there can' Get' these images right-away! With of course, the " Scarlet > Fire " printed in Red & Yellow on the back being a Dead-Giveaway!!! Indeed, clocking in at well-over 25-Years-Old!
Tag Size / Brand : Large (L) / Liquid Blue (100% Cotton) Pit-to-Pit = 24" Length = 31". As this is a lightly/moderately used, and well taken care of shirt - here are the only issues that stand out to my eye upon very close inspection : >>> some fading/cracking of design image emblems, and some light fading of the shirt material fabric dyes (please see photos/close-up photos).>>> some staining/soiling on the collar-area, and top of shoulders (please see photos/close-up photos). Please see all photos provided..