Record & CD Reviews
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Sextant (1972) by Herbie Hancock
Brother Wetlands (4/5): Wasn't able to properly sit through "Rain Dance" and "Hornets"- very experimental- but Hidden Shadows is absolute ge...
Moving (2001) by Bugge Wesseltoft
Terje Ellefsen (4/5): Bugge only uses a Rhodes on two tracks. His playing reminds a bit of that of Herbie. The rhodes is most prominent on t...
Animals (1977) by Pink Floyd
BRENDAN LOWE (4/5): ANIMALS showed the Floyd moving in a more dark, bitter, and angry direction. Roger Waters give us his synopsis of who t...
Friends (1978) by Chick Corea
Peter Kenney (3/5): Not up to the standard of Light as a Feather but still worth checking out. About half the tracks have Rhodes on them. Th...
Let It Be (1970) by The Beatles
Royston Spears (4/5): Let It Be was the final album released by the Beatles: the keyboard player and "Fifth Beatle" was Billy Preston. Many ...
Chick Corea Elektric Band (1986) by Chick Corea
James Garfield (4/5): This album has a seriously plastic 80's sound to it, thanks to Chick's MIDI Mark V and the advent of Yamaha's line of ...
The Lost Trident Sessions (1999) by Mahavishnu Orchestra
Terje Ellefsen (3/5): Good, but a lot of showing off (duh!). They tend to take the road less travelled, i.e. complicate things beyond reason...
Weather Report (1st album) (1971) by Weather Report
John Dube (5/5): just...TOO cool... summer after High School graduation ---
Rainbow Seeker (1978) by Joe Sample
Joerg Reinicke (5/5): one of my all time favourites
Country Preacher (1969) by Cannonball Adderley
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): Just listen to the Joe Zawinul's solo in Walk Tall.Dirtiest sound ever.I think it is a Fender....or a Wurlitzer
Tide (1970) by Antonio Carlos Jobim
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): The famous iventor of Bossa Nova was one of the guys who introduced the electric piano in jazz. This instrumental alb...