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Album Review

Ben Vaughn has always been an excellent roots-rocker and Rambler '65 is another worthy addition to his catalog. Vaughn recorded the entire album in his old 1965 Rambler, cramming himself and an eight-track tape-recorder into the car, which functioned as a makeshift studio. While the car studio is nothing more than a gimmick, designed to snag a few magazine articles, the music is hardly trivial, demonstrating his ability to recreate the sound of '50s and '60s rock & roll and country with ease, as well as his talent for clever, memorable hooks that keep tradition alive without being enslavened to the past.

Biography

Born: Camden, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Retro-rocker Ben Vaughn attracted attention for his faithful re-creations of pre-Beatles rock & roll, pop, and roots music, all of which were filtered through his quirky sense of humor. Vaughn grew up in Philadelphia and played drums in the local punk band the Sickidz in 1980. Two years later, roots rockers the Morells recorded his composition "The Man Who Has Everything" on their acclaimed Shake and Push album. Vaughn began playing around Philadelphia with a band dubbed the Ben Vaughn Combo,...
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