Record & CD Reviews
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Meaning and Mystery (2006) by Dave Douglas
Peter Kenney (5/5): Haven't heard this yet, but if it's as good as The Infinite and Strange Liberation then I'm sure it'll be amazing. Featu...
Live at the Bimhuis (Sets 1 & 2) (2005) by Dave Douglas
Peter Kenney (5/5): Not heard this either, but wanted to make people aware of it. It actually recorded in 2002 but mot released until 2005. ...
Morning Dance (1979) by Spyro Gyra
Phil Kadidlo (5/5): Tom Schumann and Jeremy Wall helped define the late 70's/early 80's Rhodes sound with this best-selling album. The song ...
Live at the New Morning, Paris (2004) by Rad
Andreas (5/5): This is a real nice recording from Prince's keyboard player, Rad.
Great band, nice sound from a Mark I Suitcase and some...
Extension Of A Man (1973) by Donny Hathaway
el cid (5/5): a truly great record, spanning genres like crazy (symphonic, soul, easy-listening, latin-rock, blues...you name it). rhodes f...
Redemption (2003) by Dozie
Cynthia Rodriguez (5/5): I bought a copy online after a friend of mine recommended it. It's by some random guy I'd never heard of, but this ...
Honey (1975) by Ohio Players
Dusty (5/5): Very, very, very smooth rhodes on 'Sweet Sticky Thing' - awsome song too!
Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? (1974) by Marlena Shaw
s (5/5): Feel Like Makin' Love
Industry Rule (2001) by Jonah Smith
Scott (5/5): Awesome vocals and Fender Rhodes.
Beneath The Underdog (2003) by Jonah Smith
Scott (5/5): Awesome band!
Southern Comfort (1974) by The Crusaders
dan t (4/5): This album features some great rhodes playing by Joe Sample, who is certainly one of the most underated pianists of the 70's. H...