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...
Sky Dive (1972) by Freddie Hubbard
Juergen Martens (5/5): Sad news to end 2008 was that Freddie Hubbard passed away at age 70. More than enough reason to give his 1972 release...
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.