Official Merchandise Jazz: t-shirts, clothing and gadgets at unbeatable prices
If we had to indicate one of the genres that made the history of music of the twentieth century, the choice could fall without problems on jazz, an incredible collector of sounds, emotions and feelings that helped to draw the musical life of the last century. Moreover, like rock, jazz musicis a vast cultural phenomenon, and like any reality of this scope it exists in different forms and shades. It is difficult to describe in a few words the jazz style, but certainly this term refers to a cultured and refined sound, able to evoke great feelings with few notes but also to evolve into increasingly complex constructions.
This variety corresponds, in this section of the store, a jazz merchandising rich in original and quality items, a selection of jazz gadgets and clothing dedicated to some of the names that have made great history of the genre. Above all, it is impossible not to mention two masters such as Miles Davis and John Coltrane, historical musicians who with their bands have given us some of the greatest records of the twentieth century. Stylish mobile phone skin covers and posters dedicated to the most beautiful albums, such as Coltrane’s Blue Train, are available in the store.
As for jazz clothing in this category of the shop, stand out for refinement t-shirts dedicated to Stax Records, the famous music label of Memphis, to which you owe many of the great jazz records and many of the most extraordinary musical personalities ever. Among the flagship products of this section of the store there are also t-shirts, posters, bags and mugs by Frank Zappa: eclectic and great singer, but also great guitarist, composer and Italian-American producer, to whom the store dedicates different types of gadgets. Without forgetting, as for gadgets, the mugs dedicated to John Coltrane.
In this store selection another collection of jazz band merchandising is dedicated to the big names of Blue Note Records, one of the most important record companies in the history of jazz that since its inception has seen the passage of leading artists such as Dexter Gordon, John Patton and Herbie Hancock.