Record & CD Reviews
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Aja (1977) by Steely Dan
Juergen Martens (5/5): Simply one of, if not THE most fascinating albums ever made. Here, the enigmatic twins are on the pinnacle of their w...
Sweetnighter (1973) by Weather Report
dr funk (5/5): the lost grail of the fender rhodes - a not-very-well-known album from one of the best known fusion bands. but this is before...
Quem E Quem (1968) by João Donato
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): The only reason this is not on top of the list of all Rhodes lovers on this side is because they don't know it! Try i...
Roxy & Elsewhere (1974) by Frank Zappa
James Garfield (5/5): This album is as musically incredible as it is hilarious. With this particular band, Frank embraced the funky, soulful...
Flood (Headhunters Live) (1975) by Herbie Hancock
Rob Coops (5/5): Very funky , very live , low cheese-factor , must have for Herbie fans. Very driving drums and saxophone too.
Sunlight (1977) by Herbie Hancock
S K Koh (5/5): 'No means yes' is my favorite piece in this album.
Rhodesmode (2003) by Perry Hemus
Jonas Dvorak (5/5): Wow, what an incredible piece of music, the Fender Rhodes on this guys album is absolutely incredible, Perry Hemus remin...
Morph The Cat (2006) by Donald Fagen
Juergen Martens (5/5): A message to all Dan and DF fans: A new Donald Fagen CD entitled "Morph The Cat" is due for release in February or Ma...
Brazilian Love Affair (1980) by George Duke
dan (5/5): excellent!
Travelling Without Moving (1997) by Jamiroquai
Brother Wetlands (3/5): Hmmmm, the start of the slippery slope downhill that's left us with Jay Kay's frail ego-shell of a band.
Man-Child (1976) by Herbie Hancock
adrian480 (5/5): great funk album