Record & CD Reviews
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Pinnacle by Buster Williams
Peter Kenney (4/5): Another of the Mwandishi offshot bands.
Love, Love by Julian Priester
Peter Kenney (4/5): One of the Mwandishi offshot bands, very much in that vein, i.e. spacey funk.
Prelusion/Before The Dawn by Patrice Rushen
Peter Kenney (4/5): Patrice in full-on Herbie Mode on this twofer compilation (at least one track has been dropped in order to accomodate th...
Filles de Kilimanjaro (1968) by Miles Davis
el cid (5/5): Miles' first and (with the possible exceptions of "agharta," "on the corner," and "jack johnson") most important all-electric ...
Miles in the Sky (1968) by Miles Davis
el cid (5/5): sure, there's only one rhodes track, "stuff." but, it's "stuff." and herbie, ron, and tony. case closed.
Quem E Quem (1968) by João Donato
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): The only reason this is not on top of the list of all Rhodes lovers on this side is because they don't know it! Try i...
Bitches Brew (1969) by Miles Davis
Terje Ellefsen (5/5): Wonderful! This recording uses two and on some tracks three Rhodes pianos simultaneously, and it works. Chick Corea do...
In a Silent Way (1969) by Miles Davis
Joe Erber (5/5): The In a silent way/it's about that time suite off this album is one of the most beautiful pieces of modern music to me, th...
Country Preacher (1969) by Cannonball Adderley
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): Just listen to the Joe Zawinul's solo in Walk Tall.Dirtiest sound ever.I think it is a Fender....or a Wurlitzer
Power To The People (1969) by Joe Henderson
Peter Kenney (5/5): Great Rhodes playing from Herbie Hancock with Jack DeJohnette and Ron Carter in the rhythm section. Contains the origina...
Infinite Search (1969) by Miroslav Vitous
Brian Mulholland (4/5): Miroslav Vitous, bass;
Joe Henderson, tenor sax;
John McLaughlin, guitar;
Herbie Hancock, electric piano...