Record & CD Reviews
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Livin' on the Fault Line (1977) by The Doobie Brothers
TAM (5/5): Michael McDonald is a great pop-music Rhodes player and this album is chock full of Rhodesy goodness. Avoid tracks 2 and 10 and ...
Friends (1978) by Chick Corea
Peter Kenney (3/5): Not up to the standard of Light as a Feather but still worth checking out. About half the tracks have Rhodes on them. Th...
Pots & Pans (2006) by Billy Kilson
Peter Kenney (3/5): Just stumbled across this while looking up some Dave Holland albums. (I haven't heard the whole album so please ignore m...
Broken Boy Soldiers (2006) by Raconteurs
Adam Hemmert (4/5): Uses the Rhodes as more a percussive instrument throughout the album. Kind of a new age take on the instrument.
Morning Dance (1979) by Spyro Gyra
Phil Kadidlo (5/5): Tom Schumann and Jeremy Wall helped define the late 70's/early 80's Rhodes sound with this best-selling album. The song ...
20:33 (1980) by Alpha Centauri
Phil Kadidlo (5/5): Danish jazz/fusion from the 80's ECM tradition. Guitarist Bjarne Roupé teams up with keyboardist Jørgen Emborg, who play...
Infinite Search (1969) by Miroslav Vitous
Brian Mulholland (4/5): Miroslav Vitous, bass;
Joe Henderson, tenor sax;
John McLaughlin, guitar;
Herbie Hancock, electric piano...
Moon Germs (1972) by Joe Farrell
Brian Mulholland (5/5): Joe Farrell, soprano sax and flute; Herbie Hancock, electric piano (Rhodes); Stan Clarke, upright bass; Jack DeJohne...
The Jewel in the Lotus (1974) by Bennie Maupin
Brian Mulholland (4/5): Bennie Maupin, reeds, glockenspiel, voice; Herbie Hancock, piano, electric piano; Charles Sullivan, trumpet; Buster ...
Mountain Dance (1979) by Dave Grusin
Roelf Backus (4/5): One of the first all digital recordings by Larry Rosen in 1983.
Very beautiful and clear Rhodes bell-sound.
Juslisen (2002) by Musiq
danny t (5/5): Soulful