Echoing the vintage blues-rock of Chuck Berry and Led Zeppelin, and the timeless soul of Otis Redding and Sam Cooke, The Bomb Shelter Sessions is Californian four-piece Vintage Trouble's attempt to re-create the era of vinyl records and juke joints. Produced by Rogers Masson (Daughtry, Day of Fire), and recorded live in just three days at the Bomb Shelter studios in Laurel Canyon, its 11 retro tracks, described by James Brown-esque frontman Ty Taylor as "primitive soul," include the singles "Nancy Lee" and "Nobody Told Me."
Performance CreditsVintage Trouble Primary Artist
Ty Taylor Vocals,Group Member
Charlie Brumbly Harmonica,Background Vocals,Guest Appearance
Rick Barrio Dill Bass,Vocals,Group Member
Nalle Colt Vocals,Group Member
Kamilah Marshall Vocals,Guest Appearance
Richard Danielson Percussion,Drums,Vocals,Group Member
Technical CreditsPeter McCabe Producer,Engineer
Ty Taylor Composer
Nalle Colt Composer,Art Direction,Layout
Vintage Trouble Composer
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These four guys make music that is as infectious to your soul as well as your feet. Each song here has something special touch to touch your heart from getting up and moving to Blues Hand Me Down to the message of Not Alright By Me. The sound is tight and you couldn't meet a nicer group of guys who love and respect the music they so freely give.