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Like an M-80 in church, Vintage Trouble lands with a hiss and then blows apart what's come to define modern soul, blues and rock. Taking pages from Lenny Kravitz, The Stones and The Black Crowes, The Bomb Shelter Sessions is the buzzing lash of Nalle Colt's guitar, a brazen wail from Ty Taylor and the precision bashing of Richard Danielson's drums backed up by a thick bass rumble from Rick Barrio Dill that drives the scrappy Angelenos with an fractious urgency...
Looking more like 30-something session bods than the hot young street-walking cheetah teens one might expect of a much-hyped new act, Vintage Trouble are here to reactivate the stomping vibe of 1960's R&B; - rather like , hero of that ace anthem, did in London's "sweaty clubs" in the late-70s. Formed in Hollywood, recorded in upscale Laurel Canyon, and represented by Doc McGhee, a legendary manager previously behind such mega-acts as , and , there is a sense of 'fait accompli' about VT's swift...
Sound: As this is Vintage Trouble's first album, there is no real previous work to compare it to, but in this case the band's first offering is made all the more impressive by the fact it's come without the attached expectations from previous albums. The sound is pure rhythm & blues mixed with the awesome soulful voice of Ty Taylor (previously of Dakota Moon). His gospel roots are clearly on show, as are the obvious influences from legends such as otis redding...
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