Record & CD Reviews

Car Wash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1976) by Rose Royce
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Peter Kenney (5/5): The Rhodes on this record is mostly in the ensemble parts but is to the fore on a couple of numbers.

Most of th... [ read more ]
Wired (1976) by Jeff Beck
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Oliver Hock (5/5): Mostly high energy fusion on this all instrumental album which features Max Middleton (all Rhodes and clavinet parts) and... [ read more ]
We'll Be Together Again (1976) by Pat Martino
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LOUCAS (5/5): This is a duet recording with Pat Martino on guitar and Gil Goldstein on the Fender Rhodes.
All the record is a smooth tri... [ read more ]
Amigos (1976) by Santana
User Rating: 4.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
dan martin (4/5): This album features some great rhodes playing by Tom Coster, who is possibly the most underrated Santana keyboardist. Alth... [ read more ]
Live Oblivion Vol. 2 (1976) by Brian Auger's Oblivion Express
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Dave Eggleston (5/5): Recorded at the Whiskey A Go-Go, 1974. (2 record set)
/Brian Auger-organ, electric piano, backing vocals
/Ale... [ read more ]
It's Your World (1976) by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
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Randy (5/5): This live, 2-album set, now released on CD, has Gil and Brian tearing it up at Paul's Mall in Boston, Mass. Brian performed alm... [ read more ]
The Song Remains The Same (1976) by Led Zeppelin
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robb benwell (5/5): i was just perusing the net today and noticed something about a favorite
recording of mine . my favorite song by led... [ read more ]
Eternity (1976) by Alice Coltrane
User Rating: 4.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
David Murphy (4/5): This album features Alice Coltrane mainly on a Wurlitzer? organ and harp, but also contains an inspiring 9 1/2 minute Rh... [ read more ]
Saturday Night Fever (1977) by The Bee Gees
User Rating: 2.6 (5 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Noam Atlas (5/5): Beautiful! [ read more ]
Animals (1977) by Pink Floyd
User Rating: 4.0 (3 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
BRENDAN LOWE (4/5): ANIMALS showed the Floyd moving in a more dark, bitter, and angry direction. Roger Waters give us his synopsis of who t... [ read more ]