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Phil Traynor

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Phil has been a musician for over 45 years. He plays drums, bass, keyboards, and guitars. Phil's early influences that pointed him toward the Jazz world include Chuck Mangione, Pat Metheny, Yellowjackets, Spyro Gyra, Tim Weisberg, Harry Connick Jr, and the Bob Mintzer Big Band. Phil is also heavily into many independent artists. Being an indie himself, Phil is a staunch advocate of the independent music community. Most of you buy records and don't even realize how many thousands upon thousands of musicians, singers, and songwriters there are that have every bit of the talent, drive, and skill of the mainstream music community, but they just haven't found the right break

Album

Still Life

Label: Independent
Released: 2014

Album

Autumn Breeze

Label: Llarion's Lair Music
Released: 2010

Album

Heaven

Label: Llarion's Lair Music
Released: 2008

Album

A Dichotomy of Silence

Label: Llarion's Lair Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Dewpoint 2. Sunday Morn' 3. Across the Miles 4. Shades of Gray 5. Legacy #5 6. Footsteps 7. Aicha 8. The Night We Met 9. To The Summit

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Article: Album Review

Phil Traynor: A Dichotomy of Silence

Read "A Dichotomy of Silence" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Phil Traynor's debut release on his new independent label, Llarion's Lair Music, is titled A Dichotomy of Silence. Traynor became relatively well known to a significant number of worldwide listeners because his music was initially distributed exclusively on the internet. The realization of this album in CD form demonstrates how technology has given more musicians access ...


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