Record & CD Reviews
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The Way I Feel (2002) by Remy Shand
Illya Kuryakin Reid (5/5): This cd sound is classic neo soul at its best the use of classic synths and rhoads throughout gives it the vibe of yester...
GSBE LIVE (2001) by The Guy Smiley Blues Exchange
Leslie Towns (5/5): hard to believe this is all live
The Guy Smiley Blues Exchange (1998) by The Guy Smiley Blues Exchange
Bob Hope (5/5): badass shit
Best Of The Funk Years by Johny "Guitar" Watson
Juergen Martens (5/5): No household anywhere should be allowed not to have at least ONE Johnny "Guitar" Watson record in stock. If in doubt ...
Every Damn Time by Black Diamond Heavies
Sam (5/5): Black Diamond Heavies or how I discovered the beauty of Rhodes sound... A little bit special.
Great album, awesome live two p...
harmaja by Harmaja
Moe Lester (5/5): Harmaja´s debut album cheers for the unique sound of Mark2. Love the sound of the room where the rhodes is played on this!...
Lento by Harmaja
JP Leppäluoto (5/5): Great sound of Rhodes through the whole record!
Fender Rhodes by Rob Franken
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): This is truly one of the Rhodes gemms of all times! The relatively unknown Rob Franken, who is mostly known for his w...
These Days by Soul Basement
Annalisa (5/5): This new album from Soul Basement is simply wonderful and full of tasty rhodes sounds.
Lately I've been playing it on my...
In A Dream by Gretchen parlato
Juergen Martens (5/5): Great singer. Great album. Aaron Parks on Rhodes and a vocal version of Herbie's "Butterfly". Only issue: could run l...
Midnight Theme by Manzel
Adrian (5/5): I think this record was ahead of its time, funky break beat and smooth Moog themes.
Instrumental funk group Manzel from L...