Record & CD Reviews
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Slaves Mass by Hermeto Pascoal
Peter Kenney (4/5): Came across this while browsing links from a blog chock-full of Rhodes (see: http://fenderrhodes.com/forum/viewtopic.php...
Heritage by Eddie Henderson
Peter Kenney (4/5): Only listened to this a few times, but it's pretty cool and funky. Rhodes played by Patrice Rushen. Rhythm section of Mi...
Nothing Will Be As It Was - Tomorrow by Flora Purim
Juergen Martens (4/5): There was a time when every jazz/fusion musician of some rank seemed to feel obliged to adopt an African/Indian/Myste...
Reach Out (and sway your booty) by Tok Tok Tok
Marc-Etienne HUNEAU (4/5): Very nice live album, voice/rhodes/double bass/battery.
Interesting effects on the Rhodes on some tracks...
Power of Soul (1974) by Idris Muhammad
3bergen (4/5): nice funky album! Like the opener and the ending track (very nice intro used by the Beastie Boys as the opener of Paul's Bout...
Straight Life (1970) by Freddie Hubbard
James Garfield (4/5): I'm listening to Herbie's solo in "Mr. Clean" right now (6:40-9:37), and his Fender Rhodes tone is a classic example o...
Room Noises (2005) by Eisley
Juan Garcia (4/5): This pop/rock indie band from Tyler, Texas has a very unique sound.
Vocalist and keyboardist Stacy DuPree plays...
Soul Machine (2001) by Fima Ephron
Peter Kenney (4/5): I came across this one quite by accident. Fima Ephron is a bass player and this is his first album. It's a great blend o...
Kamakiriad (1993) by Donald Fagen
Dan Belcher (4/5): Donald Fagen's second solo effort, 1993's highly-anticipated and often-delayed "Kamakiriad" is... interesting. I'd like ...
Frampton Comes Alive (1976) by Peter Frampton
Diego (4/5): Bob Mayo on the keyboards. Bob Mayo!
Dream Weaver (1975) by Gary Wright
Gatarz (4/5): Whoa dude! Trippy!