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 ...
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...
Juslisen (2002) by Musiq
danny t (5/5): Soulful
Wired (1976) by Jeff Beck
Oliver Hock (5/5): Mostly high energy fusion on this all instrumental album which features Max Middleton (all Rhodes and clavinet parts) and...
Funky Serenity (1973) by Ramsey Lewis
Adrian480 (5/5): very groovy record by Ramesy Lewis, he both plays Rhodes and Wurly
Rio (2001) by Uri Caine
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): A german production recorded in Brazil for one of the best american pianists reviwed by an italian F.R. aficionado. <...
The Kid (1974) by Leroy Vinnegar
Greg (5/5): Funky as hell and this disc is saturated with funky ooozing Rhodes! The Rhodes is dominant on ever track and its supported by so...
Ese Dia Va A Lleger (1975) by Agustin Pereyra Lucena
tim hodges (5/5): The track Guayabas, the most beautiful fender solo i've heard in Brazilian music.
Mirage (1974) by Romano Mussolini
Johnny (5/5): nearly impossible to find, but check out "hong kong". mellow jazz funk at its finest.
Live At The Fillmore East, March 7, 1970: It's About That Time (2001) by Miles Davis
Dane Ruffin (5/5): Great Rhodes playing by Chick Corea.He uses a ring-modulator.
Follow The Red Line: Live At The Village Vanguard (2007) by Chris Potter
Peter Kenney (5/5): This is the follow-up album to "Underground". The line-up is very interesting in that there is no bass player - the Rhod...