Vintage The Dream Syndicate "Medicine Show" A&M Records Promotional T-Shirt
After the success of The Dream Syndicate's debut, 1982's The Days Of Wine And Roses, the LA-based alt rock group were quickly picked up A&M Records, a much more substantial, yet still independent, record label. The band's first record on A&M, their sophomore album, was 1984's Medicine Show. It was produced by Sandy Pearlman who was known for his work with Blue Öyster Cult and The Clash. They ultimately broke up a few years later after two more albums but ultimately reunited in 2012 and have remained active ever since. This original Dream Syndicate shirt, in great condition, is from the band's 1984 album Medicine Show. Fits like a medium but please refer to our measurements for our exact sizing.