Record & CD Reviews
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Garden Of Love Light (1977) by Narada Michael Walden
Oliver (5/5): The first solo album by drummer/producer/songwriter Narada Michael Walden. Many top players on this one, with David Sancious p...
Hummingbird (1975) by Hummingbird
Oliver (4/5): The first album of three albums this band recorded. Funky 70's music which features nice Rhodes work by Max Middleton.
Over The Top (1979) by Cozy Powell
Oliver (5/5): While not much Rhodes playing on it, the 2 songs that contain a Rhodes are great. Written and played by Max Middleton, who pla...
Miles From Home (1999) by Peshay
Abbey Rhodes (5/5): A wonderful electronica album filled with Rhodes-infected drum n bass, neo-soul, and downtempo -- all written with 70s b...
Journey Inwards (2000) by LTJ Bukem
Abby Rhodes (5/5): Practically every record that this artist touches turns to Rhodes, but this record in particular offers a large helping o...
Oaxaca (2004) by Vince Guaraldi
Andy (5/5): Finally released by his son after 33 years in the vault. Awesome Rhodes playing by Dr. Funk. Interesting cover choices, from We'...
Bite (2004) by Tonc Feinig
James Garfield (5/5): Tonc and his quartet lay down some very sweet Rhodes-heavy grooves on this CD...the title track is my favorite so far....
Shades (1987) by Yellowjackets
martino (5/5): Great '80's fusion record, features some nice Dyno Rhodes playing.
High Visibility (2002) by The Hellacopters
Simon Fazio (4/5): Sweedish gods of MC5-Detroit-Rock revivalism, The Hellacopters are here to rock you, and rock you hard. Strangely abscent...
Lift: Live at the Village Vanguard (2004) by Chris Potter
Andrew Oliver (5/5): great record - chris potter is amazing as usual, and kevin hays mostly plays piano, but on the first track he plays a r...
Pigsaw Juzzle (2004) by Hip Pocket
dws (4/5): Variety of original, straightahead jazz, Robert Kennedy plays tasteful Rhodes on every cut