So much about Led Zeppelin is shrouded in mystery and folklore.
The crop circles which appear on their 1990 Remasters compilation
are no exception. This particular design is derived from
Lucy Pringle’s photographs of an unexplained pictogram
that formed in East Field, in Kennet, a region in southeast
England. While scientists insist the phenomenon is natural,
many others point to a cosmic plot. In either case, it’s
a conversation piece, and makes for a great new Liquid
As Rock ‘n’ Roll music matured in the 60’s,
the cover of an album became a vital part of the album. The
Grateful Dead were at the forefront of introducing the medium
of visual art to their overall vibe. The Europe ’72
album will always be associated with the “Ice Cream
Cone Kid” artwork by Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley.
Europe was an unheard of three LP set of live recordings
which showcased such chestnuts as Ramble on Rose and Tennessee
Jed for the first time. Liquid Blue is delighted to celebrate
the design in a tie-dye palette as vibrant as the music itself.
Staying power…It’s what separates the men from
the boys. Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon is the
ultimate statement in the world of Rock ‘n’ Roll.
It remained on the Billboard charts for a staggering 724
weeks. That’s 15 years. An intellectual endeavor, it
deals with the notion that the pressures of modern life can
ultimately lead to madness. These themes have left an indelible
mark on our collective consciousness. Although the artwork
of Storm Thorgerson has appeared on countless t-shirts, nothing
can compare to the unique treatment Liquid Blue brings to
the table on Dark Side V.
When the Who came out with the rock-opera Tommy in 1969,
they set the bar high for everyone including themselves.
It speaks volumes that they were actually able to top
that effort with another pure concept album, Quadrophenia.
This 1973 gem was a coming of age tale set to music.
It introduced the terms “mods” and “rockers” into
the modern lexicon and spawned classic rock staples such
as 5:15 and Love Reign O’er Me, as well as a feature
film. Liquid Blue has taken the original album artwork
and set it on a squeeze style tie-dye…an instant
It was 1967, the summer of love, when the Doors exploded on
the rock music scene. Tie-dye as a fashion statement exploded
as well. We thought it fitting to pay a debt of gratitude
to one of the first real alternative bands. Jim Morrison
was a counterculture visionary, setting desperation, sexual
tension, and pure angst on a brutal collision course. The
Strange Days t-shirt features the likenesses of all four
band members, not just Morrison. The contributions of Messieurs
Manzarak, Krieger, and Densmore cannot be minimized, and
are not on Strange Days.
What better way for Liquid Blue to delve into Hawaiian-wear
than with Blue Hawaii. Harkening back to that 1961 film classic,
this t-shirt is as loud, tacky, and most importantly, as
fun as it gets. It conjures up images of Elvis at his playful
best. There was never a pop star as natural on the silver
screen as the King, and Liquid Blue is proud to bask in that
glory. It’s truly a great combination; Elvis, tie-dye,
The Rolling Stones are a lot of things to a lot of people.
One thing they are not is tame. They are the wicked stepchildren
of Rock ‘n’ Roll. The new Tattoo You Stud t-shirt
by Liquid Blue is, like the Stones, a portrait in irreverence.
It features a modern fashion statement on the famous tongue
icon. The smash1981 Tattoo You album was laced with sexual
innuendo and exudes the raunchiness that defines the Rolling
Stones. It’s no surprise they’re still out there
in the spotlight, and we’re proud to be out there with
NFL Big Guns
Our newest NFL style encapsulates all the
qualities that make Pro Football America’s highest rated spectator sport. Essentially
a cartoon caricature, Big Guns oozes charisma, aggression, grit,
and testosterone. Each team is represented by its own character,
stylin’ in its team colors, logo, and of course the signature
muscles, aka Big Guns. If you want to be clad in the most “In
Your Face” and unique shirt in your section at the stadium,
Big Guns is for you.
There is no sport more steeped in American tradition than Baseball. Liquid Blue
has taken the timeless nature of our national pastime and jazzed it up big time.
The result… the Major League Baseball V-dye. Our NFL V-dye is the best
selling licensed sports tie-dye shirt in apparel history. We’ve taken that
tie-dye design and applied it to traditional Baseball elements such as the catcher’s
mask, opening day ribbons, and the diamond itself. The MLB V-dye personifies
a vibrant piece of Americana, past present, and future.
Blue believes that our staff of dedicated and
exceptional employees helps make us an industry
leader. In this section we will present an Employee
Profile, highlighting an individual from our
you have ever called Liquid Blue's Retail Customer
Service line, then you have probably already met
Dan B. A much needed and welcome addition to the
Retail team, Dan handles everything from phone
calls and order processing to online advertising
and new merchandise research.
In dealing with this wide range of tasks, Dan's friendly and efficient
manner definitely impacts the impression that our Retail customers have
of Liquid Blue. Customer satisfaction is a goal well met by Dan. Keep
up the great job...and, thanks!
of New Hampshire (Go Wildcats!), Business
seafood, camping, backpacking, playing Crack
'n' Fess with friends
DO YOU LIKE MOST
ABOUT YOUR JOB:
people that I work with and the customers
that I talk to every day
Please help us at Liquid Blue accomodate
the dire need for financial help for
the families of the victims of the recent
tragedy in West Warwick Rhode Island
at the Station Night club. We are a Rhode
Island company and wish to help in any
way we can. You too can make an immediate
and considerable impact by donating any
amount of money to the Liquid Blue Charitable
100% of these
monies will go directly to the families
There was a
terrible loss of life in this horrific
event, but it is in times like these
when you can be a positive and humane
factor to those who have lost loves ones.
Step up and be counted, it's the right
thing to do, you'll be glad you did....
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CALL TO ACTION BENEFIT CONCERT 2
Friday, February 28th of 2003
marked the beginning of a three
event at the Call nightclub in Providence.
This series of concerts, aptly dubbed The
Call to Action, was put
together by the Liquid Blue Charitable
Fund, with the proceeds going
to the families and survivors affected
by the Station nightclub tragedy.
In the wake of the fire that claimed
the lives of 100 people and injured
hundreds more, we gathered the best
local musicians from the
region to donate their time and vast
talent to a cause close to their
heart. When the last note rung out
dust settled early Monday morning,
March 3rd, over 20 bands had played,
ranging from veteran rockers Young
Neal and the Vipers, to up and comers
Ricky Valente, and Big John Tierney.
Thanks to a generous and creative
musical community, we raised close
to 20,000 dollars over the course
of those magical nights, and we¹re
not done yet. Originally, we commissioned
engineers to digitally record the
proceedings for posterity. However
upon listening to the performances,
we realized we had an incredible
musical document. The result The
Call to Action Benefit Concert CD.
This is a brilliant portrait of a
thriving local music landscape, a
testament to our community, and another
vehicle to raise monies for a worthy