Record & CD Reviews
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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. ...
Clandestine Pedestrian (2005) by Ray Charles Ives
Keith (5/5): My favorite Rhodes album of recent years. Could be categorized Fusion or Electronic. Having grown a large local following, Ray ...
Jet Samba (2005) by Marcos Valle
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): Beautiful floating Fender Rhodes in Brazilian setting. An absolute top album that ranks up with other gemms like Deod...
When It Falls (2004) by Zero7
dennis sanchez (4/5): very smooth, light pop with an ambient touch, it reminds me of super furry animals and the moody blues. some have ref...
A Token Of His Extreme (Video DVD) (2004) by Frank Zappa
Juergen Martens (4/5): I came across this pretty obscure DVD release just recently (a less than $5 bargain basement goodie) and couldn't bel...
Aggressive Attack (2004) by Sebastiaan Cornelissen
Penélope Herrera Arango (5/5): Between every motion of the sound is possible to obtain a sensation of bliss and fulfilling soulness and fee...
Walking Wasn't Good Enough (2004) by Sheena Misenas
Mike (5/5): This album is awesome. Sheena might be little, but she packs a big punch. I've seen her grow as a musician and this album rock...
Adventures In Black Sunshine (2004) by Incognito
rawi (5/5): Very good rhodes record
Better Book Ends (2004) by The Littlest Man Band
Danielle (5/5): A new twist on music played on a Rhodes. Definitely a must-listen.
Broject (2004) by Jeff Babko
Hans Lormans (5/5): Like Coryell's Eleventh House and The Mahavishnu Orchestra spiced with "modern" tones?
Roots, Branches & Leaves (2004) by John Ellis
Remains Nameless (5/5): Check this out. Aaron Goldberg kills. And the killing rhodes on Nowny Dreams aside, check out the piano on John Brow...