Record & CD Reviews

Livin' on the Fault Line (1977) by The Doobie Brothers
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TAM (5/5): Michael McDonald is a great pop-music Rhodes player and this album is chock full of Rhodesy goodness. Avoid tracks 2 and 10 and ... [ read more ]
Sunlight (1977) by Herbie Hancock
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S K Koh (5/5): 'No means yes' is my favorite piece in this album. [ read more ]
Sly, Wicked & Slick (1977) by Sly Dunbar
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John Whetton (5/5): Mixture of classic reggae mixed with jazz and disco/funk. With Rhodes for the harmonies. [ read more ]
Reach for It (1977) by George Duke
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Howard Parks (4/5): Definitely Rhodes-worthy. Pick it up NOW! [ read more ]
Garden Of Love Light (1977) by Narada Michael Walden
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Oliver (5/5): The first solo album by drummer/producer/songwriter Narada Michael Walden. Many top players on this one, with David Sancious p... [ read more ]
The Cat and the Hat (1977) by Ben Sidran
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giampi (4/5): very music [ read more ]
Rainbow Seeker (1978) by Joe Sample
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Joerg Reinicke (5/5): one of my all time favourites [ read more ]
Direct Step (1978) by Herbie Hancock
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Nils (5/5): For the rabid audiophiles in Japan, Herbie Hancock went to Tokyo to record a direct-to-disc LP that later became one of the worl... [ read more ]
You Send Me by Roy Ayers
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Hans van Mierlo (5/5): Vibes player Roy Ayers has several albums with great Rhodes piano. This album has always been one of my favourites. R... [ read more ]