Record & CD Reviews
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Tak Po Prostu (2000) by Polücjanci
rawi (5/5): Very good recording of Polish jazz-funk band. If you like Jamiroquai and such kind of music I really recommend this record
OK Computer (1997) by Radiohead
John Cooper (5/5): Subterranean Homesick Alien...beautiful track, although not showcasing their suitcase as much as the Kid A work.
Dummy (1994) by Portishead
Daniel Gray (5/5): This album is dripping with Rhodes, start to finish. Every instrument and voice on this album is recorded with incredibl...
Spectrum (1973) by Billy Cobham
dr funk (4/5): red baron is the shit
Let It Be (1970) by The Beatles
Royston Spears (4/5): Let It Be was the final album released by the Beatles: the keyboard player and "Fifth Beatle" was Billy Preston. Many ...
Flood (Headhunters Live) (1975) by Herbie Hancock
Rob Coops (5/5): Very funky , very live , low cheese-factor , must have for Herbie fans. Very driving drums and saxophone too.
On the Mountain (1975) by Elvin Jones
James Garfield (5/5): Jan Hammer's Rhodes playing on this album is just plain SICK. It's hard to believe that this is the same guy who did ...
Rotter's Club (1975) by Hatfield and the North
Peter Hayes (5/5): This is the perfect example of Prog meets Fusion. Dave Stewart's (who later played with the Bruford band) playing is incr...
Jivestone EP (2003) by Jivestone
Jack (5/5): AWESOME examples of Rhodes work as well as clavinet, and organ in a tight little EP. I wish it were longer!! Need more Jivestone!
Upon The Wings of Music (1975) by Jean-Luc Ponty
Daniel Riera (5/5): Awesome album. Not one filler track in my opinion. Some very nice Rhodes playing by Patrice Rushen.
Extension Of A Man (1973) by Donny Hathaway
el cid (5/5): a truly great record, spanning genres like crazy (symphonic, soul, easy-listening, latin-rock, blues...you name it). rhodes f...