Record & CD Reviews
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Level 42 (1981) by Level 42
Juergen Martens (4/5): Early Level 42, still deeply rooted in Jazz/Funk and far away from the boring cliché chart oriented pop they got famo...
One Eighty (1980) by Ambrosia
Chris Lynn (4/5): I consider this one of my favorite albums featuring cuts with a Rhodes Suitcase. It's a mainstream pop album, a little di...
When It Falls (2004) by Zero7
dennis sanchez (4/5): very smooth, light pop with an ambient touch, it reminds me of super furry animals and the moody blues. some have ref...
One Step Closer (1980) by The Doobie Brothers
Pcola_Rhodes (5/5): Every track on this CD features Michael McDonald on the Rhodes (except for track 6 - no Rhodes). This is one of the mai...
quality anatomechanical music since 2005 (2006) by ergo
brett sroka (4/5): I'm the leader of this band, I play trombone and add computer loops, Carl Maguire is featured on prophet synth and most p...
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...
Children Of Forever (1972) by Stanley Clarke
adrian480 (5/5): If you like like Return to Forever: light as a feather, I think you like Stanley Clarkes: Children of Forever too.
Touchdown (1979) by Bob James
James Garfield (4/5): This has the theme from "Taxi" on it... what more do you want???
Self Is Gone (2001) by Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
James Garfield (4/5): I got to see these guys live in Santa Cruz a couple of years ago, and it was definitely an experience. I get the impr...
Spectrum (1973) by Billy Cobham
dr funk (4/5): red baron is the shit
Mama's Gun (2000) by Erykah Badu
Juergen Martens (4/5): Rimshots, Rhodes and an underground frequency bass that really can bring the house down. Great stuff.