Record & CD Reviews
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Live @ Skydive Sebastian (2002) by Rudy
Jeffo (5/5): The absolute best funky band EVER! You have to hear this band live- you'll be rockin your booty off! For sure. Don't miss their...
Off the Wall (1979) by Michael Jackson
Rob Coops (5/5): Off course this CD features the Quincy Jones arranged "Don't stop till you get enough"....a classic track.
Commodores (1977) by Commodores
Rob C (5/5): Listen to Brickhouse and feel good. At least once a day.
Philadelphia Experiment (2001) by Philadelphia Experiment
Matty Demont (5/5): This album features some great funk 'n soul. It grooves from the beginning to the end. I really like Uri Caine's playing...
Small Talk (1974) by Sly and the Family Stone
Rob Coops (5/5):
If you like Sly don't forget about this one. Funky and intimate , loads of vintage keys.
Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back (1976) by Sly and the Family Stone
Rob Coops (5/5):
Great record. Rhodes not really in the foreground. Herbie was (is) a big fan of Sly Stone , he even called one track "...
Aggressive Attack (2004) by Sebastiaan Cornelissen
Penélope Herrera Arango (5/5): Between every motion of the sound is possible to obtain a sensation of bliss and fulfilling soulness and fee...
The Very Best of Chic (2000) by Chic
Juergen Martens (5/5): Any Rhodes on this? Maybe, but - who cares... This is all about GROOVE, and that's the merits of guitarist/producer N...
Secret Combination (1981) by Randy Crawford
Juergen Martens (5/5): Like Al Jarreau's self-titled 1982 album, this is another must-have for lovers of the ultra-smooth L.A.-style Rhodes ...
The Infinite (2002) by Dave Douglas
Peter Kenney (5/5): Fantastic playing from Uri Caine on Rhodes. Some interesting modern jazz takes on modern pop material such as Poses by R...
Walking Wasn't Good Enough (2004) by Sheena Misenas
Mike (5/5): This album is awesome. Sheena might be little, but she packs a big punch. I've seen her grow as a musician and this album rock...