Record & CD Reviews
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People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm (1990) by A Tribe Called Quest
dan (5/5): This highly influential New York hip-hop group was instrumental in bringing the Rhodes sound back into style with their eclectic ...
Do You Want More?!!!??! (1995) by The Roots
dan (5/5): The Rhodes dominates this album.
Mountains (2000) by Mary Timony
Ron Howard (5/5): Ex-Singer of the indie rock band Helium made her solo debut with "Mountains", and surprisingly she progressed musically qu...
Don't It Feel Good (1975) by Ramsey Lewis
Bob Evans (5/5): Hear Ramsey Lewis AND Charles Stepney utilize the Rhodes to its full potential in this classic recording. (Also Charles Ste...
ruff (2006) by Monsieur Dubois
Juergen Martens (5/5): Dont get fooled by the band's name and the heavily featured Citroen DS on the cover - Monsier Dubois actually is a pr...
The Man (A & M Records) (1978) by Les McCann
Phil Kadidlo (4/5): While many would consider this a "sell out" record, one track in particular haunts my memories from my teenage years whe...
Broject (2004) by Jeff Babko
Hans Lormans (5/5): Like Coryell's Eleventh House and The Mahavishnu Orchestra spiced with "modern" tones?
Verve Jazz Masters 3 (1993) by Chick Corea
Dave (5/5): Fantastic songs, fantastic Rhodes, fantastic Chick...
Power To The People (1969) by Joe Henderson
Peter Kenney (5/5): Great Rhodes playing from Herbie Hancock with Jack DeJohnette and Ron Carter in the rhythm section. Contains the origina...
Rainbow Seeker (1978) by Joe Sample
Joerg Reinicke (5/5): one of my all time favourites
Anthology Vol. 2: Realization/Inside Out (1973) by Eddie Henderson
Peter Kenney (4/5): Basically two albums from Herbie's "Mwandishi" band but recorded under Eddie Henderson's name. Quite "spacey" in places ...