Record & CD Reviews
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Paris Blues (1990) by Gil Evans
Peter Kenney (4/5): I've not heard all of this album yet so ignore my rating, the track I heard on the radio sounded great though. Quite a f...
Nightbirds (1974) by LaBelle
Peter Kenney (4/5): Contains the original "Lady Marmalade" and a few other similar gems. Of course there are a couple of slushy ballads but ...
Return From Exile (2006) by Schantz Segment
Juergen Martens (4/5): It's nice to see how young European musicians, most of them not even having been born back then, rediscover Rhodes-he...
Broken Boy Soldiers (2006) by Raconteurs
Adam Hemmert (4/5): Uses the Rhodes as more a percussive instrument throughout the album. Kind of a new age take on the instrument.
Infinite Search (1969) by Miroslav Vitous
Brian Mulholland (4/5): Miroslav Vitous, bass;
Joe Henderson, tenor sax;
John McLaughlin, guitar;
Herbie Hancock, electric piano...
The Jewel in the Lotus (1974) by Bennie Maupin
Brian Mulholland (4/5): Bennie Maupin, reeds, glockenspiel, voice; Herbie Hancock, piano, electric piano; Charles Sullivan, trumpet; Buster ...
Mountain Dance (1979) by Dave Grusin
Roelf Backus (4/5): One of the first all digital recordings by Larry Rosen in 1983.
Very beautiful and clear Rhodes bell-sound.
Another Sleeper (1979) by Max Middleton
Oliver Hock (4/5): Nice album with instrumental tunes by the former keyboardist for Jeff Beck and Chris Rea.
4 Nights at the Palais Royale (1999) by Sloan
Peter Sawatzky (4/5): Sloan is a band from Halifax, Canada. They're well-known in Canada but never broke into the U.S. This is their live ...
Afro-Indio (1975) by Mongo Santamaria
bob evans (4/5): Nice Rhodes solos on this hard to find LP.
Best Of Brian Auger's Oblivion Express (1996) by Brian Auger's Oblivion Express
Juergen Martens (4/5): If you know Brian Auger merely as a world class Hammond wrestler,
you're in serious danger of missing the best pa...