Record & CD Reviews
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Better Book Ends (2004) by The Littlest Man Band
Danielle (5/5): A new twist on music played on a Rhodes. Definitely a must-listen.
The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle (1973) by Bruce Springsteen
martino (5/5): Great rhodes playing by David Sancious on one of the greatest albums ever
Brazilian Love Affair (1980) by George Duke
dan (5/5): excellent!
Köhntarkösz (1974) by Magma
Adrien (5/5): Magma is one of the finest french band ever.For those who ignore it , the band music tells the story of a planet called kobaïa...
The Art Of Tea (1975) by Michael Franks
Juergen Martens (5/5): Even those "serious" jazz buffs who look down at Michael Franks
as a kind of Liberace or Mantovani of their prefe...
Verve//Remixed (2002) by Various Artists
Juergen Martens (5/5): For me, the most interesting "new" music comes from people brushing up timeless vinyl treasures from periods some tim...
Spirit Of The Sun (2002) by Kyoto Jazz Massive
Juergen Martens (5/5): This great NuJazz recording from 2002 once again proves that IF the Japanese start doing something, you BET they'll d...
O Vendedor De Flores (2002) by Ricardo Duna
cecildes (5/5): Sames as Michael Franks and Chet Baker togheter, and Tom Jobim, of course! This is the real bossa nova new and light.
The Dawn (1998) by Erik Truffaz
Matty Demont (5/5): This album made me buy a Rhodes MkI88! It features a lot of excellent Rhodes playing by Patrick Müller, who has his pers...
Drum Ode (1974) by David Liebman
Matty Demont (5/5): This album starts with a short introduction and then ... be prepared for an explosive Rhodes solo. Great album, highly r...
Zappelbude (1998) by Zappelbude
Andi (5/5): A great live recording of a great band!
This CD is sadly out of print, but I got one of the last ones...