Record & CD Reviews
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Black Market (1976) by Weather Report
Juergen Martens (2/5): What a downfall after the grand Myterious Traveller. The tunes featuring Alphonso Johnson on bass still make the grad...
L.A. Woman (1971) by The Doors
Juergen Martens (3/5): This Doors record to me overall is ho-hum, but "Riders on the Storm" is
pure Rhodes heaven and deserves credit fo...
Layers (1972) by Les McCann
dovlandau (5/5): Great stuff!
Miles in the Sky (1968) by Miles Davis
el cid (5/5): sure, there's only one rhodes track, "stuff." but, it's "stuff." and herbie, ron, and tony. case closed.
Prelude (1972) by Deodato
Andy Marlow (5/5): Deodato and the Fender Rhodes piano was simply a perfect match. He really knew how to use the classic keyboard and produc...
The Bill Evans Album (1971) by Bill Evans
Nils (5/5): Great album by a even greater pianist.
Like the From Left To Right album Evans is playing piano and Rhodes on this one as we...
Dummy (1994) by Portishead
Daniel Gray (5/5): This album is dripping with Rhodes, start to finish. Every instrument and voice on this album is recorded with incredibl...
What's Going On (1971) by Marvin Gaye
Herbiefied (5/5): What can I say? One of the finest albums ever made.
Anyone out there who is seriously interested in funk soul or jazz ...
One Size Fits All (1975) by Frank Zappa
Juergen Martens (5/5): THIS IS THE ESSENTIAL ZAPPA! PERIOD. He never before and never after had a better band and made a better record. And ...
Mwandishi: The Complete Warner Bros. Recordings (1994) by Herbie Hancock
Brian Mulholland (5/5): Totally underrated! Since these songs precede Herbie's foray into pop culture with his "Headhunters," many people ha...
Sun Goddess (1974) by Ramsey Lewis
James Garfield (5/5): The Rhodes is all over this album, and Earth, Wind & Fire is the backup band. What more do you want??? I'm listening...