Record & CD Reviews
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The Dawn (1998) by Erik Truffaz
Matty Demont (5/5): This album made me buy a Rhodes MkI88! It features a lot of excellent Rhodes playing by Patrick Müller, who has his pers...
Zappelbude (1998) by Zappelbude
Andi (5/5): A great live recording of a great band!
This CD is sadly out of print, but I got one of the last ones...
Music Is Rotted One Note (1998) by Squarepusher
Brother Wetlands (5/5): Complete genius! Miles better than his recent "Ultravisitor" effort.
If you only associate Squarepusher with in...
Travelling Without Moving (1997) by Jamiroquai
Brother Wetlands (3/5): Hmmmm, the start of the slippery slope downhill that's left us with Jay Kay's frail ego-shell of a band.
OK Computer (1997) by Radiohead
John Cooper (5/5): Subterranean Homesick Alien...beautiful track, although not showcasing their suitcase as much as the Kid A work.
Audiophile by Victor Feldman
Nick (5/5): Rhodes Electric Piano on almost every Track!
Victor Feldman is a true Jazz Legend!
Beneath The Surface (1997) by Incognito
rawi (5/5): Good rhodes record
The In Sound from Way Out (1996) by Beastie Boys
Casey (4/5): The Beastie Boys aren't really thought of producing instrumental music with such songs as "Brass Monkey", "Fight for your Right...
JazzNotJazz by Hue And Cry
Juergen Martens (5/5): Hue and Cry is the Kane brothers' keys/voice duo from Scotland that went quite big in the late 80's with sleek design...