Record & CD Reviews

Welcome (1973) by Santana
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Juergen Martens (5/5): Although far away from being a jazz musician - skill- and knowledgewise - his collaboration with fusion god John McLa... [ read more ]
Blow By Blow (1975) by Jeff Beck
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Barry Dunster (5/5): A stunning collection of funk- and jazz-based material by excellent guitarist Jeff Beck. The album features excellent R... [ read more ]
Two Against Nature (Video DVD) (2000) by Steely Dan
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Jim O. (5/5): This concert video is a "must see" for fans of Donald Fagen and the Rhodes piano. [ read more ]
Heavy Weather (1977) by Weather Report
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Joe Erber (4/5): This album is very good at showing the usage of modern keyboards/electrics in jazz as a whole, Joe Zawinul playing rhodes, ... [ read more ]
Music Of My Mind (1972) by Stevie Wonder
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Kelly Finnigan (4/5): All I Got to Say is SuperWoman! [ read more ]
Inner Mounting Flame (1971) by Mahavishnu Orchestra
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Galen Shostac (5/5): One of the greatest fusion records of all time! The best of all Mahavishnu recordings, this features Jan Hammer on Rhod... [ read more ]
The Royal Scam (1976) by Steely Dan
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Juergen Martens (4/5): A great album, but not so much under the Rhodes aspect: The Royal Scam is also being referred to as the Dan's Guitar ... [ read more ]
Black Beauty: Live at Fillmore West (1970) by Miles Davis
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David Díaz Soto (5/5): This is Miles in his fundational, very earliest "electric" period. Originally released only in Japan, this was recor... [ read more ]
A Token Of His Extreme (Video DVD) (2004) by Frank Zappa
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Juergen Martens (4/5): I came across this pretty obscure DVD release just recently (a less than $5 bargain basement goodie) and couldn't bel... [ read more ]
Seven (1974) by Soft Machine
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Juergen Martens (4/5): Maiden-Voyage-Hancockish in it's better, overly heavy-headed (and
-handed) in it's worse moments. Still one of t... [ read more ]
Late Arrival (2005) by Magnolia Bolthead
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Peter Hayes (5/5): This is my band, so I won't go on about how much I like us. But, if you dig it, let me know. [ read more ]
Direct Step (1978) by Herbie Hancock
User Rating: 4.3 (3 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Nils (5/5): For the rabid audiophiles in Japan, Herbie Hancock went to Tokyo to record a direct-to-disc LP that later became one of the worl... [ read more ]