Record & CD Reviews
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Frampton Comes Alive (1976) by Peter Frampton
Diego (4/5): Bob Mayo on the keyboards. Bob Mayo!
Black Market (1976) by Weather Report
Juergen Martens (2/5): What a downfall after the grand Myterious Traveller. The tunes featuring Alphonso Johnson on bass still make the grad...
Songs in the Key of Life (1976) by Stevie Wonder
Gilles tanzilli (5/5): A Truly masterpiece !!!
buy this album now folks!!!
Jaco Pastorius (1976) by Jaco Pastorius
Nils (5/5): One of my all time favourites! To me this is one of those albums that shows the versatility of the Rhodes. The different Rhodes ...
The Royal Scam (1976) by Steely Dan
Juergen Martens (4/5): A great album, but not so much under the Rhodes aspect: The Royal Scam is also being referred to as the Dan's Guitar ...
Slow Traffic To The Right by Bennie Maupin
Peter Kenney (5/5): Not available on CD as yet, but vinyl copies can be picked up on ebay. There are mp3s to be found if you check the follo...
Heritage by Eddie Henderson
Peter Kenney (4/5): Only listened to this a few times, but it's pretty cool and funky. Rhodes played by Patrice Rushen. Rhythm section of Mi...
Breezin' (1976) by George Benson
Teomacero (5/5): This is truly a classic. On Affirmation, the Rhodes solo is killa and takes some of George's thunder on guitar but man, it'...
Secrets (1976) by Herbie Hancock
Terje Ellefsen (4/5): While his earlier jazzfunk-works are more famous, this is his last real jazzfunk record. After this, he put his mark o...
Man-Child (1976) by Herbie Hancock
adrian480 (5/5): great funk album