Record & CD Reviews
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Funky Serenity (1973) by Ramsey Lewis
Adrian480 (5/5): very groovy record by Ramesy Lewis, he both plays Rhodes and Wurly
The Grand Wazoo (1973) by Frank Zappa
James Garfield (5/5): Another great album from Frank's "jazz" period, this one features George Duke at his best on the Rhodes. The high poi...
Spectrum (1973) by Billy Cobham
dr funk (4/5): red baron is the shit
Extension Of A Man (1973) by Donny Hathaway
el cid (5/5): a truly great record, spanning genres like crazy (symphonic, soul, easy-listening, latin-rock, blues...you name it). rhodes f...
Welcome (1973) by Santana
Juergen Martens (5/5): Although far away from being a jazz musician - skill- and knowledgewise - his collaboration with fusion god John McLa...
Winter In America (1973) by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
Terje Ellefsen (4/5): This is his third record, composed and performed by himself and Brian Jackson, backed by a drummer and a bassist.
Thrust (1974) by Herbie Hancock
James Garfield (5/5): One word: Butterfly....
Roxy & Elsewhere (1974) by Frank Zappa
James Garfield (5/5): This album is as musically incredible as it is hilarious. With this particular band, Frank embraced the funky, soulful...
Faces in Reflection (1974) by George Duke
Juergen Martens (5/5): FINALLY someone set out to reissue and remaster many of the countless treasures in the vaults of Germany's famous Bla...
Power of Soul (1974) by Idris Muhammad
3bergen (4/5): nice funky album! Like the opener and the ending track (very nice intro used by the Beastie Boys as the opener of Paul's Bout...