Record & CD Reviews
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Head Hunters (1973) by Herbie Hancock
Daniel Riera (5/5): The Rhodes solo on Chameleon is my favorite Rhodes recording ever!
Thrust (1974) by Herbie Hancock
James Garfield (5/5): One word: Butterfly....
Rotter's Club (1975) by Hatfield and the North
Peter Hayes (5/5): This is the perfect example of Prog meets Fusion. Dave Stewart's (who later played with the Bruford band) playing is incr...
Talking Book (1972) by Stevie Wonder
Kelly Finnigan (5/5): Easily one of the greatest of all time, in all categories including Rhodes Player."Too High" is a classic portrait of ...
Kid A (2000) by Radiohead
Gerardo Sanchez (5/5): there's about three song that got all the classic rhodes sound : morning bell, everything in its right place, motion ...
In a Silent Way (1969) by Miles Davis
Joe Erber (5/5): The In a silent way/it's about that time suite off this album is one of the most beautiful pieces of modern music to me, th...
OK Computer (1997) by Radiohead
John Cooper (5/5): Subterranean Homesick Alien...beautiful track, although not showcasing their suitcase as much as the Kid A work.
Return to Forever (1972) by Chick Corea
Thomas Nydén (5/5): This is the first Return To Forever album, and in my opinion the best. From the beginning to the end itīs an exciting, ...
Return of the Space Cowboy (1995) by Jamiroquai
Terje Ellefsen (5/5): This is not an album with electronic/dance music, it's funk, soul, jazzfunk, acid jazz and that sort of music. It is (...
Bitches Brew (1969) by Miles Davis
Terje Ellefsen (5/5): Wonderful! This recording uses two and on some tracks three Rhodes pianos simultaneously, and it works. Chick Corea do...
Moon Safari (1998) by Air
Patrick A. Fröhlich Sol (5/5): ...personally, just the best Rhodes album! rhodes from A to Z, wonderfull! satisfaction guaranteed!