Record & CD Reviews
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Mirage (1974) by Romano Mussolini
Johnny (5/5): nearly impossible to find, but check out "hong kong". mellow jazz funk at its finest.
Native Dancer (1974) by Wayne Shorter
el cid (4/5): strong collaboration with brazil's milton nascimento, who wrote many of the songs. herbie plays primarily acoustic on this on...
Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974) by Stevie Wonder
Thomas O'Grady (5/5): Another absolute classic in my opinion, although again I don't 'love' all the songs. This album gets the highest r...
Powerful People (1974) by Gino Vannelli
John Milner (5/5): Incredible album with lots of Rhodes piano. Storm At Sunup is another album with Rhodes in jazz-fusion from this talented...
Tom Cat (1974) by Tom Scott & The L.A. Express
Reggie Turner (5/5): Listening to this CD today in 2004 a day of 3/4 rhythm sections (Drums, Bass & Guitar or Piano) its great to hear the p...
Inspiration Information (1974) by Shuggie Otis
dan martin (5/5): This is truly an incredible album. It's almost a crime to pigeonhole it under the R&B heading - "Inspiration Information" is...
Fusion (1974) by Michal Urbaniak
Minas Charamalis (5/5): One of the best fusion albums ever recorded. These musicians are giving their best! Adam Macowicz and Wojciech Karol...
Who Is This Bitch, Anyway? (1974) by Marlena Shaw
s (5/5): Feel Like Makin' Love
Feel (1974) by George Duke
Nigel Hall (5/5): We all know that playing any type of keyed instrument and playing a Rhodes is a seperate thing. Aside from all the other k...