Record & CD Reviews
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Welcome (1973) by Santana
Juergen Martens (5/5): Although far away from being a jazz musician - skill- and knowledgewise - his collaboration with fusion god John McLa...
Blow By Blow (1975) by Jeff Beck
Barry Dunster (5/5): A stunning collection of funk- and jazz-based material by excellent guitarist Jeff Beck. The album features excellent R...
Two Against Nature (Video DVD) (2000) by Steely Dan
Jim O. (5/5): This concert video is a "must see" for fans of Donald Fagen and the Rhodes piano.
Heavy Weather (1977) by Weather Report
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, ...
Music Of My Mind (1972) by Stevie Wonder
Kelly Finnigan (4/5): All I Got to Say is SuperWoman!
Inner Mounting Flame (1971) by Mahavishnu Orchestra
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...
The Royal Scam (1976) by Steely Dan
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 ...
Black Beauty: Live at Fillmore West (1970) by Miles Davis
David Díaz Soto (5/5): This is Miles in his fundational, very earliest "electric" period. Originally released only in Japan, this was recor...
A Token Of His Extreme (Video DVD) (2004) by Frank Zappa
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...
Seven (1974) by Soft Machine
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...
Late Arrival (2005) by Magnolia Bolthead
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.