United Press International Rock News Two: The week in pop, March 22, 2003 By JOHN SWENSON CHANDLER TRAVIS RELEASE PARTY The Chandler Travis Philharmonic celebrated the release of its new album, “Llama Rhymes,” Wednesday at the Lizard Lounge before an
THE CHANDLER TRAVIS PHILHARMONIC “Llama Rhymes’” (Sonic Trout) 3 stars (out of 4) Cape Cod-based Chandler Travis is a rock ‘n’ roll Britannica. He gleefully catalogs one vintage style after another on this never-a-dull-moment outing by his horn-propelled, eight-piece-plus-guests Philharmonic.
The Chandler Travis Philharmonic LLAMA RHYMES (SONIC TROUT) 3 stars If Chandler Travis has a problem with his music’s being categorized as “zany” or “wacky” – adjectives he especially detests – that’s his own fault. His long-time band the Incredible
Chandler Travis Philharmonic Llama Rhymes NRBQ fans should not miss it- his DIY spirit is as strong as R. Stevie Moore’s. Chandler Travis is known as a legendary singer-songwriter of Cape Cod, and through his work with the Incredible Casuals