Record & CD Reviews
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Self Is Gone (2001) by Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
James Garfield (4/5): I got to see these guys live in Santa Cruz a couple of years ago, and it was definitely an experience. I get the impr...
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...
The Rainbow Children (2001) by Prince
mat roberts (4/5): i saw prince on one night alone
they had 2 revamped suitecaes in clear
the rhodes is all ov...
Kickin' It (2001) by Jeff Lorber
giampi (4/5): groove and nothing more!!
Industry Rule (2001) by Jonah Smith
Scott (5/5): Awesome vocals and Fender Rhodes.
Two Against Nature (2000) by Steely Dan
Dan Belcher (5/5): "Two Against Nature" bridges the gap between the 1980 "Gaucho" album and the new millenium quite well. Featuring some ve...
Tak Po Prostu (2000) by Polücjanci
rawi (5/5): Very good recording of Polish jazz-funk band. If you like Jamiroquai and such kind of music I really recommend this record
The Very Best of Chic (2000) by Chic
Juergen Martens (5/5): Any Rhodes on this? Maybe, but - who cares... This is all about GROOVE, and that's the merits of guitarist/producer N...
Voices Of Other Times (2000) by Brian Auger's Oblivion Express
Bernd Schulten (5/5): Brian Auger with his son and daughter