Record & CD Reviews
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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'...
Moonflower (1977) by Santana
Jonathan (5/5): TRANSENDENCE BEAUTIFUL !!!
Three Originals (1994) by George Duke
James Garfield (5/5): This is truly one of the greatest Rhodes albums of all time in my heart & mind...being a diehard Zappa fan I couldn't ...
8:30 (1979) by Weather Report
Chris Bierlein (5/5): Badia/Boogie Woogie Waltz is worth the price of admission alone.
Over-Nite Sensation (1973) by Frank Zappa
rob coops (5/5): You can't go wrong with early Frank Zappa records. Rhodes is just one of the many vintage sounding instruments presented. V...
Rapid Transit (1983) by Azymuth
Guido Brouwer (5/5): This makes me happy. Listen to Cascade Of The Seven Waterfalls...RHODES FANS
Tak Po Prostu (2000) by Polücjanci
rawi (5/5): Very good recording of Polish jazz-funk band. If you like Jamiroquai and such kind of music I really recommend this record
No Mystery (1974) by Return to Forever
mario (5/5): WOW....just WOW.....
Return to forever had a great sound then...something the elektric band could never achieve....In ...
Yellowjackets (1981) by Yellowjackets
James Garfield (5/5): Of all the Yellowjackets albums, the first is still my favorite. I downloaded it off of iTunes a couple of weeks ago ...
Sexy (2001) by Rudy
Joe Klucar (5/5): Rudy rocks the Rhodes.