His CD releases and live performance include original songs and selected cover versions of songs by music artists that have influenced him throughout his career. Drawing upon a professional pool of award winning musicians he offers everything from an acoustic blues solo or duo, a trio or quartet expanding out to a 7 piece lineup depending upon the occasion.
Throughout his music journey Phill has performed and worked with many local legends in the Australian music industry and as Support Act to international artists Andy Gibb, Paul Stookey (Peter, Paul & Mary) and Ralph McTell (Streets of London).
Phills' music is essentially drawn from the blues and blues derivatives with songs of various music styles he has played, performed and been influenced by throughout his career. ie: Blues, Blues Rock, Rhythm & Blues and contemporary acoustic music styles.
His latest CD offering Phill Raymond - Lovin' Every Day of These Blues leans toward 50's style blues, a couple of flying boogies and a hint of Bossa Nova ballad.
A 6 track CD with 5 original songs and a licensed cover version of the Lonnie Mack song 'STOP'.
Recorded at Chris Wilson Recordings Melbourne Australia with a professional line-up of award winning musicians that included:
Roland Kretschmer - Lead Guitar, Brian G.
Fraser - Lap Steel & Slide Guitar, David Hoysted
- Keyboard, Chris Wilson - Keyboard, Barry Hills
- Bass Guitar and Rob O'Toole - Drums.
Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Chris Wilson.
Produced by Phill Raymond and Barry Hills.
A 6 track CD which includes a licensed cover version of the Tim Buckley song 'Move With Me'.
Recorded at Studio 52 in Melbourne Australia with Trevor Carter engineer.
Featuring Phill on vocals and rhythm guitar and renowned Australian blues Lead guitarist & slide player Billy Kavanagh as an Acoustic Blues Duo.
Re-release package of 6 original songs, 5 recorded in 1996 plus one song from 1976 'Break Free' .
Tracks 1 - 5: Ross S. Ward - Lead & Slide Guitar/Mandolin, Johnathan Harris - Bass Guitar & John Farrell - Drums.
Harmony vocals by the esteemed 'Latex Ladies' - Meagan Young, Liz May and Colleen Dalli.
Recorded at John Farrells home studio in Ballina NSW Australia.
Track 6: 'Break Free 76' recorded in 1976 features Phill on Vocals and Rhythm Guitar with Ralph Graham on Lead Guitar.