Record & CD Reviews
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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...
Brazilian Soul (2004) by Azymuth
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): Azymuth runited again in 2004
Real F.R. fans can not miss this one.
This is Rhodes haven.
Jose Roberto Be...
The Mother Funk Conspiracy (2004) by The Mother Funk Conspiracy
Dominick Martin (5/5): "a must have album"
-please pass on
Pigsaw Juzzle (2004) by Hip Pocket
dws (4/5): Variety of original, straightahead jazz, Robert Kennedy plays tasteful Rhodes on every cut
Lift: Live at the Village Vanguard (2004) by Chris Potter
Andrew Oliver (5/5): great record - chris potter is amazing as usual, and kevin hays mostly plays piano, but on the first track he plays a r...
Bite (2004) by Tonc Feinig
James Garfield (5/5): Tonc and his quartet lay down some very sweet Rhodes-heavy grooves on this CD...the title track is my favorite so far....
Oaxaca (2004) by Vince Guaraldi
Andy (5/5): Finally released by his son after 33 years in the vault. Awesome Rhodes playing by Dr. Funk. Interesting cover choices, from We'...
Let it Be... Naked (2003) by The Beatles
dan martin (4/5): WOW! You can actually hear Billy Preston's great rhodes and organ contributions now. He plays an old silvertop suitcase, ...
Everything Must Go (2003) by Steely Dan
Dan Belcher (5/5): Nowhere near as complex and "perfect" as Two Against Nature, Everything Must Go is a much lighter album, recorded mostly ...
Marvelous Things EP (2003) by Eisley
Juan Garcia (4/5): The Rhodes sound in the track "Marvelous Things" sounds absolutely horrid. Sometimes I think it may not be a Rhodes, it s...
Laughing City EP (2003) by Eisley
Juan Garcia (5/5): "Over The Mountains" is the best track on this EP, and not just because it features a Rhodes solo, but it just totally ro...