Record & CD Reviews
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The Inner Source/Solus by George Duke
Peter Kenney (5/5): A fantastic album (well, two really). This and the rest of his albums from this period have been reissued in a box set, ...
Slow Traffic To The Right by Bennie Maupin
Peter Kenney (5/5): Not available on CD as yet, but vinyl copies can be picked up on ebay. There are mp3s to be found if you check the follo...
Hermeto by Hermeto Pascoal
Peter Kenney (5/5): This is fantastic and chock-full of Rhodes. Sadly not available on CD but the seem to be a fair few vinyl copies on ebay...
Ao Vivo Montreux Jazz by Hermeto Pascoal
Peter Kenney (5/5): A fantastic live album with loads of Rhodes on this. Check out the footage of this gig on Youtube.
Audiophile by Victor Feldman
Nick (5/5): Rhodes Electric Piano on almost every Track!
Victor Feldman is a true Jazz Legend!
FuzzRoom (2008) by Fine Noise
James Garfield (5/5): I had wondered what happened to Tonc Feinig after leaving his intense first impression on me in 2004 with the "Bite" a...
JazzNotJazz by Hue And Cry
Juergen Martens (5/5): Hue and Cry is the Kane brothers' keys/voice duo from Scotland that went quite big in the late 80's with sleek design...
Live (1987) by Toots Thielemans
Rene F.B. Isarin (5/5): The Belgian magician on harmonica dancing on the equally magic chords of Rob Franken on Fender Rhodes! Listen to Fra...
Betwixt by mi3 (Karayorgis /McBride /Newton)
Pandelis Karayorgis (5/5): released on hatOLOGY 652, June 2008
Did You Lose Me? (2002) by Invisible Doctors
Stu Barnes (5/5): Tops. Cool Rhodes, ripping Hammond B3, tight-ass drums and bass, and trippy guitar, all wrapped up with psychidelic (I suppose) ly...
Breezin' (1976) by George Benson
Teomacero (5/5): This is truly a classic. On Affirmation, the Rhodes solo is killa and takes some of George's thunder on guitar but man, it'...