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Vaughn Trapp

Vaughn Trapp

Vaughn Trapp


Vaughn Trapp is the nom de rock of Long Beach based singer-songwriter Doug Hammond, formerly of the Indie band Suncatcher (Restless Records) with a bent for classic songcraft. Taking his major cues from late 60's folk-rock and powerpop, VT's 2nd album "Songs Of The Great Depression" (2011) is marked by a K-Tel-esque eclecticism which includes the Badfinger inspired "Let's Be Good", the Steely Dan/Bacharach mood piece "Happy Days Are Here Again", the lyrically elliptical alt classic rock of "Permanent Plan "B" and "Paradigm Shift" Read more on Last.fm
Vaughn Trapp is the nom de rock of Long Beach based singer-songwriter Doug Hammond, formerly of the Indie band Suncatcher (Restless Records) with a bent for classic songcraft. Taking his major cues from late 60's folk-rock and powerpop, VT's 2nd album "Songs Of The Great Depression" (2011) is marked by a K-Tel-esque eclecticism which includes the Badfinger inspired "Let's Be Good", the Steely Dan/Bacharach mood piece "Happy Days Are Here Again", the lyrically elliptical alt classic rock of "Permanent Plan "B" and "Paradigm Shift", the retro revolver "Ball & Chain", which sounds somewhat like an imaginary 70's iteration of the Jesus and Mary Chain while "The Boy With His Shoes Tied On" exhibits a distinct Beatles influence with a baroque 60's pop sensibility. "Songs Of The Great Depression" is available at Bandcamp and Itunes. http://vaughntrapp.bandcamp.com/ VT's blog "Songs Of The Great Depression" is up at http://songsofthegreatdepression.blogspot.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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