Record & CD Reviews
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Secrets (1976) by Herbie Hancock
Terje Ellefsen (4/5): While his earlier jazzfunk-works are more famous, this is his last real jazzfunk record. After this, he put his mark o...
Frampton Comes Alive (1976) by Peter Frampton
Diego (4/5): Bob Mayo on the keyboards. Bob Mayo!
Grateful Dead Movie Soundtrack (2005) by Grateful Dead
Tim Nelson (4/5): This boxed set (5 CDs) covers the the October 1974 Winterland concerts that were documented in the Grateful Dead Movie. So...
Tale Spinnin' (1975) by Weather Report
William Hutchison (5/5): This album is a much overlooked favorite of mine. The band were really firing on all cylinders at this point. Leon ...
I Sing the Body Electric (1972) by Weather Report
William Hutchison (5/5): This is WR in still-finding-there-feet mode. Their studio tracks are very eclectic and the live ones are absolutely...
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!...