Record & CD Reviews
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Heavy Weather (1977) by Weather Report
Joe Erber (4/5): This album is very good at showing the usage of modern keyboards/electrics in jazz as a whole, Joe Zawinul playing rhodes, ...
Aja (1977) by Steely Dan
Juergen Martens (5/5): Simply one of, if not THE most fascinating albums ever made. Here, the enigmatic twins are on the pinnacle of their w...
The Stranger (1977) by Billy Joel
Darryl (5/5): Love Billy Joel! Need to check this out again as well. Thought the parts were organ! *blush* Anyway, versatile songwriter and ...
Captain Fingers (1977) by Lee Ritenour
Illya Kuryakin Reid (4/5): Classic Lee smooth jazzy funky,the track Mr briefcase has rhodes holding down the groove effortlessly
Goldenwings/Magic Time by OPA
Juergen Martens (5/5): Here's another great latin/fusion outfit from South America to be (re)discovered!
Like Brazil's Azymuth, OPA is a...
Midnight Theme by Manzel
Adrian (5/5): I think this record was ahead of its time, funky break beat and smooth Moog themes.
Instrumental funk group Manzel from L...
Slaves Mass by Hermeto Pascoal
Peter Kenney (4/5): Came across this while browsing links from a blog chock-full of Rhodes (see: http://fenderrhodes.com/forum/viewtopic.php...
Nothing Will Be As It Was - Tomorrow by Flora Purim
Juergen Martens (4/5): There was a time when every jazz/fusion musician of some rank seemed to feel obliged to adopt an African/Indian/Myste...
Moonflower (1977) by Santana
Jonathan (5/5): TRANSENDENCE BEAUTIFUL !!!
Commodores (1977) by Commodores
Rob C (5/5): Listen to Brickhouse and feel good. At least once a day.
Rockin' In Rhythm (1977) by Jimmie Smith, Ray Brown & Hank Jones
Tim Nelson (5/5): Another mainstream jazz pianist who recorded some Rhodes tracks in the the 70's. On this album (rereleased on CD in the 80...