Record & CD Reviews
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Aventura by Jose Roberto Bertrami
Juergen Martens (5/5): Azymuth mastermind "Ze Roberto" going solo for another time, yet heavily relying on the support of his band fellows o...
Brother Sister by Brand New Heavies
Juergen Martens (5/5): Incognito, Galliano, Brand New Heavies - the Groovin' Trinity of Britain's Acid Jazz movement in the 90s. This is one...
Bella 'Mbriana by Pino Daniele
Fabio (5/5): A wonderful recording!
One of Daniele's best works ever featuring Joe Amoruso at Fender Rhodes (so soulful and smooth), Tul...
I don't need you, I don't need anybody by Stalactite Party
alon shamban (5/5): lots of distorted rhodes, odd time signatures, fiery solos, and general rockin out!
Brightblack Morning Light by Brightblack Morning Light
Nikkolas Lee (5/5): Rhodes Mark II Stage with the bass cranked, all over the album. Wonderfully hazy, trippy, reverb-soaked blues/gospel vib...
You Send Me by Roy Ayers
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): Vibes player Roy Ayers has several albums with great Rhodes piano. This album has always been one of my favourites. R...
Dwitza by Ed Motta
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): Another 5 point rating. Why would I add less albums here?
A very special album from Ed Motta from Rio de Janeiro....
A Tribute to the Masters by Frank McComb
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): This album is instrumental so even is you don't like Frank's voice or singing this album is suitable for you. It is a...
Primo (1973) by Cal Tjader
Ray Levitt (5/5): Charlie Palmieri slams all over this album. Killer montunos on Rhodes. Heavy swing! Nasty grooves.
Pirates and Cowboys (2007) by Wesley Jensen
Juan Garcia (5/5): Smoooth Rhodes sound in the track "This Town, A Town So Obtuse".
Laughing City EP (2003) by Eisley
Juan Garcia (5/5): "Over The Mountains" is the best track on this EP, and not just because it features a Rhodes solo, but it just totally ro...