Record & CD Reviews
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Car Wash (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1976) by Rose Royce
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...
Wired (1976) by Jeff Beck
Oliver Hock (5/5): Mostly high energy fusion on this all instrumental album which features Max Middleton (all Rhodes and clavinet parts) and...
We'll Be Together Again (1976) by Pat Martino
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...
Amigos (1976) by Santana
dan martin (4/5): This album features some great rhodes playing by Tom Coster, who is possibly the most underrated Santana keyboardist. Alth...
Live Oblivion Vol. 2 (1976) by Brian Auger's Oblivion Express
Dave Eggleston (5/5): Recorded at the Whiskey A Go-Go, 1974. (2 record set)
/Brian Auger-organ, electric piano, backing vocals
It's Your World (1976) by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
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...
The Song Remains The Same (1976) by Led Zeppelin
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...
Eternity (1976) by Alice Coltrane
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...
Saturday Night Fever (1977) by The Bee Gees
Noam Atlas (5/5): Beautiful!