Record & CD Reviews
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Captain Fingers (1977) by Lee Ritenour
Illya Kuryakin Reid (4/5): Classic Lee smooth jazzy funky,the track Mr briefcase has rhodes holding down the groove effortlessly
Goldenwings/Magic Time by OPA
Juergen Martens (5/5): Here's another great latin/fusion outfit from South America to be (re)discovered!
Like Brazil's Azymuth, OPA is a...
Midnight Theme by Manzel
Adrian (5/5): I think this record was ahead of its time, funky break beat and smooth Moog themes.
Instrumental funk group Manzel from L...
Slaves Mass by Hermeto Pascoal
Peter Kenney (4/5): Came across this while browsing links from a blog chock-full of Rhodes (see: http://fenderrhodes.com/forum/viewtopic.php...
Nothing Will Be As It Was - Tomorrow by Flora Purim
Juergen Martens (4/5): There was a time when every jazz/fusion musician of some rank seemed to feel obliged to adopt an African/Indian/Myste...
Moonflower (1977) by Santana
Jonathan (5/5): TRANSENDENCE BEAUTIFUL !!!
Commodores (1977) by Commodores
Rob C (5/5): Listen to Brickhouse and feel good. At least once a day.
Rockin' In Rhythm (1977) by Jimmie Smith, Ray Brown & Hank Jones
Tim Nelson (5/5): Another mainstream jazz pianist who recorded some Rhodes tracks in the the 70's. On this album (rereleased on CD in the 80...
The Genie (1977) by Bobby Lyle
Juergen Martens (5/5): Bobby Lyle from Minneapolis, ex-sideman for Sly Stone and Ronnie Laws, recorded this gem in 1977 (an excellent Rhodes...
Livin' on the Fault Line (1977) by The Doobie Brothers
TAM (5/5): Michael McDonald is a great pop-music Rhodes player and this album is chock full of Rhodesy goodness. Avoid tracks 2 and 10 and ...
Sunlight (1977) by Herbie Hancock
S K Koh (5/5): 'No means yes' is my favorite piece in this album.