Record & CD Reviews
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The Royal Scam (1976) by Steely Dan
Juergen Martens (4/5): A great album, but not so much under the Rhodes aspect: The Royal Scam is also being referred to as the Dan's Guitar ...
Black Beauty: Live at Fillmore West (1970) by Miles Davis
David Díaz Soto (5/5): This is Miles in his fundational, very earliest "electric" period. Originally released only in Japan, this was recor...
A Token Of His Extreme (Video DVD) (2004) by Frank Zappa
Juergen Martens (4/5): I came across this pretty obscure DVD release just recently (a less than $5 bargain basement goodie) and couldn't bel...
Seven (1974) by Soft Machine
Juergen Martens (4/5): Maiden-Voyage-Hancockish in it's better, overly heavy-headed (and
-handed) in it's worse moments. Still one of t...
Late Arrival (2005) by Magnolia Bolthead
Peter Hayes (5/5): This is my band, so I won't go on about how much I like us. But, if you dig it, let me know.
Kid A (2000) by Radiohead
Gerardo Sanchez (5/5): there's about three song that got all the classic rhodes sound : morning bell, everything in its right place, motion ...
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.
Travelling Without Moving (1997) by Jamiroquai
Brother Wetlands (3/5): Hmmmm, the start of the slippery slope downhill that's left us with Jay Kay's frail ego-shell of a band.
Man-Child (1976) by Herbie Hancock
adrian480 (5/5): great funk album
Southern Comfort (1974) by The Crusaders
dan t (4/5): This album features some great rhodes playing by Joe Sample, who is certainly one of the most underated pianists of the 70's. H...
The In Sound from Way Out (1996) by Beastie Boys
Casey (4/5): The Beastie Boys aren't really thought of producing instrumental music with such songs as "Brass Monkey", "Fight for your Right...