Record & CD Reviews
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Jarreau (1983) by Al Jarreau
Juergen Martens (4/5): As I see it, the watershed year for the Rhodes was 1983, when it got
"killed" by the DX 7 with its steelish and h...
Native Dancer (1974) by Wayne Shorter
el cid (4/5): strong collaboration with brazil's milton nascimento, who wrote many of the songs. herbie plays primarily acoustic on this on...
Gone with the Wind (2002) by Christina Machado
James Garfield (4/5): This album has been getting a lot of airplay on KRML (the Monterey jazz station), specifically the track "On a Clear D...
Eternity (1976) by Alice Coltrane
David Murphy (4/5): This album features Alice Coltrane mainly on a Wurlitzer? organ and harp, but also contains an inspiring 9 1/2 minute Rh...
Templates (1999) by Flanger
Brother Wetlands (4/5): "Music to Begin With" and "Options in the Fire" show the complete production mastery that Atom Heart and Burnt Fried...
Caravanserai (1972) by Santana
Juergen Martens (4/5): Carlos Santana's true achievement is proving that it is possible to run a decade-long successful career as a musician...
Reach for It (1977) by George Duke
Howard Parks (4/5): Definitely Rhodes-worthy. Pick it up NOW!
Staring at the Sun (2003) by P'Taah
Juergen Martens (4/5): P'TAAH is Chris Brann's alias for this fine Ambient/TripHop production that features great sounding Rhodes (as well a...
Pigsaw Juzzle (2004) by Hip Pocket
dws (4/5): Variety of original, straightahead jazz, Robert Kennedy plays tasteful Rhodes on every cut
High Visibility (2002) by The Hellacopters
Simon Fazio (4/5): Sweedish gods of MC5-Detroit-Rock revivalism, The Hellacopters are here to rock you, and rock you hard. Strangely abscent...
Hummingbird (1975) by Hummingbird
Oliver (4/5): The first album of three albums this band recorded. Funky 70's music which features nice Rhodes work by Max Middleton.