Record & CD Reviews
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Night Child (1979) by Oscar Peterson
Martin Kaufmann (5/5): NICE Rhodes playing. Peterson works the Rhodes with a nice touch. Nies Henneing ěrsted Pedersen on electric bass on o...
Powerful People (1974) by Gino Vannelli
John Milner (5/5): Incredible album with lots of Rhodes piano. Storm At Sunup is another album with Rhodes in jazz-fusion from this talented...
The Mother Funk Conspiracy (2004) by The Mother Funk Conspiracy
Dominick Martin (5/5): "a must have album"
-please pass on
Talk Less Listen More (2002) by Quintessence
Ami Vuorinen (5/5): Fantastic album from a finnish "nu-soul" band. Great rhodes work in every track.
All Things Must Pass (1970) by George Harrison
dan martin (5/5): 2 words - Billy Preston
Detroit Experiment (2003) by Detroit Experiment
Nate Cronin (5/5): For those of you who love deep, soul-ful Rhodes. Plus (I'm not sure if these are accurate) there's plenty of Prophet V an...
Shades of Blue (2003) by Madlib
Herbiefied (5/5): Powerful Blue Note remixes by Otis Jackson Jr. (Madlib).
Not quite a Rhodes album per se but there is some extensive u...
Blue Lines (1991) by Massive Attack
Egor (5/5): Trip-hop all-time classic
Hotter Than July (1980) by Stevie Wonder
Charles Silas (5/5): No other person in this world can do what Stevie Wonder can do!. Pick any of his early 70's albums all the way to this ...
My Friends And I (2000) by Patiokings
Casey Harris (5/5): Incredible rythm and soul. Does tribute to Stevie Wonder, Jamiroquai, etc. A great album for parties! The lead singer...
Subject (2003) by Dwele
dan martin (5/5): check out A.n.g.e.l. - some really nice Rhodes playing