Record & CD Reviews
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Band on the Run (1973) by Paul McCartney
William Hutchison (3/5): If someone had told me that there was Rhodes piano on this album, i would not have believed them. You have to liste...
Aggressive Attack (2004) by Sebastiaan Cornelissen
Penélope Herrera Arango (5/5): Between every motion of the sound is possible to obtain a sensation of bliss and fulfilling soulness and fee...
Mama's Gun (2000) by Erykah Badu
Juergen Martens (4/5): Rimshots, Rhodes and an underground frequency bass that really can bring the house down. Great stuff.
Blue Lines (1991) by Massive Attack
Egor (5/5): Trip-hop all-time classic
Everything Must Go (2003) by Steely Dan
Dan Belcher (5/5): Nowhere near as complex and "perfect" as Two Against Nature, Everything Must Go is a much lighter album, recorded mostly ...
Dream Weaver (1975) by Gary Wright
Gatarz (4/5): Whoa dude! Trippy!
The Very Best of Chic (2000) by Chic
Juergen Martens (5/5): Any Rhodes on this? Maybe, but - who cares... This is all about GROOVE, and that's the merits of guitarist/producer N...
Secret Combination (1981) by Randy Crawford
Juergen Martens (5/5): Like Al Jarreau's self-titled 1982 album, this is another must-have for lovers of the ultra-smooth L.A.-style Rhodes ...