Record & CD Reviews
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What's Going On (1971) by Marvin Gaye
Herbiefied (5/5): What can I say? One of the finest albums ever made.
Anyone out there who is seriously interested in funk soul or jazz ...
One Size Fits All (1975) by Frank Zappa
Juergen Martens (5/5): THIS IS THE ESSENTIAL ZAPPA! PERIOD. He never before and never after had a better band and made a better record. And ...
Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (1994) by Herbie Hancock
Brian Mulholland (5/5): Totally underrated! Since these songs precede Herbie's foray into pop culture with his "Headhunters," many people ha...
Sun Goddess (1974) by Ramsey Lewis
James Garfield (5/5): The Rhodes is all over this album, and Earth, Wind & Fire is the backup band. What more do you want??? I'm listening...
Brazilian Soul (2004) by Azymuth
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): Azymuth runited again in 2004
Real F.R. fans can not miss this one.
This is Rhodes haven.
Jose Roberto Be...
Welcome (1973) by Santana
Juergen Martens (5/5): Although far away from being a jazz musician - skill- and knowledgewise - his collaboration with fusion god John McLa...
Blow By Blow (1975) by Jeff Beck
Barry Dunster (5/5): A stunning collection of funk- and jazz-based material by excellent guitarist Jeff Beck. The album features excellent R...
Two Against Nature (Video DVD) (2000) by Steely Dan
Jim O. (5/5): This concert video is a "must see" for fans of Donald Fagen and the Rhodes piano.
Weather Report (1st album) (1971) by Weather Report
John Dube (5/5): just...TOO cool... summer after High School graduation ---
Rainbow Seeker (1978) by Joe Sample
Joerg Reinicke (5/5): one of my all time favourites
Country Preacher (1969) by Cannonball Adderley
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): Just listen to the Joe Zawinul's solo in Walk Tall.Dirtiest sound ever.I think it is a Fender....or a Wurlitzer