Record & CD Reviews
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Let It Be (1970) by The Beatles
Royston Spears (4/5): Let It Be was the final album released by the Beatles: the keyboard player and "Fifth Beatle" was Billy Preston. Many ...
Tide (1970) by Antonio Carlos Jobim
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): The famous iventor of Bossa Nova was one of the guys who introduced the electric piano in jazz. This instrumental alb...
Black Beauty: Live at Fillmore West (1970) by Miles Davis
David Díaz Soto (5/5): This is Miles in his fundational, very earliest "electric" period. Originally released only in Japan, this was recor...
Straight Life (1970) by Freddie Hubbard
James Garfield (4/5): I'm listening to Herbie's solo in "Mr. Clean" right now (6:40-9:37), and his Fender Rhodes tone is a classic example o...
From Left to Right (1970) by Bill Evans
el cid (3/5): interesting, odd record with the famed acoustic pianist integrating rhodes into a choice set of material (as the cover suggests...
All Things Must Pass (1970) by George Harrison
dan martin (5/5): 2 words - Billy Preston
L.A. Woman (1971) by The Doors
Juergen Martens (3/5): This Doors record to me overall is ho-hum, but "Riders on the Storm" is
pure Rhodes heaven and deserves credit fo...
Weather Report (1st album) (1971) by Weather Report
John Dube (5/5): just...TOO cool... summer after High School graduation ---
Outta Space (1971) by Billy Preston
William Hutchison (4/5): Not really known as a Rhodes player except when he was with the Beatles during their petering out phase. One of my ...