Record & CD Reviews
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The Song Remains The Same (1976) by Led Zeppelin
robb benwell (5/5): i was just perusing the net today and noticed something about a favorite
recording of mine . my favorite song by led...
One Bad Habit (1980) by Michael Franks
christian Hjorth Berg (5/5): Absolutely kick-ass west-coast pop pearl! Great songs and (of course) lyrics, Michael franks sounds relaxed and...
Sly, Wicked & Slick (1977) by Sly Dunbar
John Whetton (5/5): Mixture of classic reggae mixed with jazz and disco/funk. With Rhodes for the harmonies.
Street Life (1979) by The Crusaders
Charles S. (5/5): The title cut says it ALL!. If you play Sax,Skins or Keys. There's no excuse you should'nt have atleast a couple of Crusad...
Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974) by Stevie Wonder
Thomas O'Grady (5/5): Another absolute classic in my opinion, although again I don't 'love' all the songs. This album gets the highest r...
Sunflower (1972) by Milt Jackson
Brendan Lowe (5/5): This is a great album for many reasons. Milt Jackson the jazz vibes great was the veteran with the "young blood" of the...
Did You Feel That? (1994) by Joe Sample
farmer (5/5): this album is a must have for fender funk lovers. a fantastic line-up: Joe Sample (rhodes), Steve Gadd (drums) and a funky hor...
Fihavanana (2003) by Roberto Manes
Hayden Jones (5/5): This is a great album! I saw these guys play live in London a couple of years ago & they rocked the house!
Night Child (1979) by Oscar Peterson
Martin Kaufmann (5/5): NICE Rhodes playing. Peterson works the Rhodes with a nice touch. Nies Henneing ěrsted Pedersen on electric bass on o...
Powerful People (1974) by Gino Vannelli
John Milner (5/5): Incredible album with lots of Rhodes piano. Storm At Sunup is another album with Rhodes in jazz-fusion from this talented...
The Mother Funk Conspiracy (2004) by The Mother Funk Conspiracy
Dominick Martin (5/5): "a must have album"
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