Record & CD Reviews
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Here My Dear (1978) by Marvin Gaye
Ian (5/5): This album is magical.I started to listen to this album because Jay Kay and Toby Smith from Jamiroquai said in their interviews t...
The Man (A & M Records) (1978) by Les McCann
Phil Kadidlo (4/5): While many would consider this a "sell out" record, one track in particular haunts my memories from my teenage years whe...
Friends (1978) by Chick Corea
Peter Kenney (3/5): Not up to the standard of Light as a Feather but still worth checking out. About half the tracks have Rhodes on them. Th...
Ao Vivo Montreux Jazz by Hermeto Pascoal
Peter Kenney (5/5): A fantastic live album with loads of Rhodes on this. Check out the footage of this gig on Youtube.
8:30 (1979) by Weather Report
Chris Bierlein (5/5): Badia/Boogie Woogie Waltz is worth the price of admission alone.
Off the Wall (1979) by Michael Jackson
Rob Coops (5/5): Off course this CD features the Quincy Jones arranged "Don't stop till you get enough"....a classic track.
Morning Dance (1979) by Spyro Gyra
Phil Kadidlo (5/5): Tom Schumann and Jeremy Wall helped define the late 70's/early 80's Rhodes sound with this best-selling album. The song ...
Mountain Dance (1979) by Dave Grusin
Roelf Backus (4/5): One of the first all digital recordings by Larry Rosen in 1983.
Very beautiful and clear Rhodes bell-sound.
Another Sleeper (1979) by Max Middleton
Oliver Hock (4/5): Nice album with instrumental tunes by the former keyboardist for Jeff Beck and Chris Rea.