Record & CD Reviews

Outta Space (1971) by Billy Preston
User Rating: 4.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
William Hutchison (4/5): Not really known as a Rhodes player except when he was with the Beatles during their petering out phase. One of my ... [ read more ]
Off the Wall (1979) by Michael Jackson
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Rob Coops (5/5): Off course this CD features the Quincy Jones arranged "Don't stop till you get enough"....a classic track.
Rhodes featu... [ read more ]
Honey (1975) by Ohio Players
User Rating: 5.0 (2 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Dusty (5/5): Very, very, very smooth rhodes on 'Sweet Sticky Thing' - awsome song too! [ read more ]
Commodores (1977) by Commodores
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Rob C (5/5): Listen to Brickhouse and feel good. At least once a day. [ read more ]
Detroit Experiment (2003) by Detroit Experiment
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Nate Cronin (5/5): For those of you who love deep, soul-ful Rhodes. Plus (I'm not sure if these are accurate) there's plenty of Prophet V an... [ read more ]
Philadelphia Experiment (2001) by Philadelphia Experiment
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Matty Demont (5/5): This album features some great funk 'n soul. It grooves from the beginning to the end. I really like Uri Caine's playing... [ read more ]
Shades of Blue (2003) by Madlib
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Herbiefied (5/5): Powerful Blue Note remixes by Otis Jackson Jr. (Madlib).
Not quite a Rhodes album per se but there is some extensive u... [ read more ]
Power of Soul (1974) by Idris Muhammad
User Rating: 4.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
3bergen (4/5): nice funky album! Like the opener and the ending track (very nice intro used by the Beastie Boys as the opener of Paul's Bout... [ read more ]
Small Talk (1974) by Sly and the Family Stone
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Rob Coops (5/5):
If you like Sly don't forget about this one. Funky and intimate , loads of vintage keys.
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Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back (1976) by Sly and the Family Stone
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Rob Coops (5/5):
Great record. Rhodes not really in the foreground. Herbie was (is) a big fan of Sly Stone , he even called one track "... [ read more ]