Record & CD Reviews
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Jarreau (1983) by Al Jarreau
Juergen Martens (4/5): As I see it, the watershed year for the Rhodes was 1983, when it got
"killed" by the DX 7 with its steelish and h...
Live Oblivion Vol. 2 (1976) by Brian Auger's Oblivion Express
Dave Eggleston (5/5): Recorded at the Whiskey A Go-Go, 1974. (2 record set)
/Brian Auger-organ, electric piano, backing vocals
Sobre El Abismo (2002) by Ficcion
Ignacio Lares (5/5): itīs a progresive synphonic rock cd, with
fender rhodes sound,by south american band in venezuela; the band is a tr...
It's Your World (1976) by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
Randy (5/5): This live, 2-album set, now released on CD, has Gil and Brian tearing it up at Paul's Mall in Boston, Mass. Brian performed alm...
Moon Safari (1998) by Air
Patrick A. Fröhlich Sol (5/5): ...personally, just the best Rhodes album! rhodes from A to Z, wonderfull! satisfaction guaranteed!
One Bad Habit (1980) by Michael Franks
christian Hjorth Berg (5/5): Absolutely kick-ass west-coast pop pearl! Great songs and (of course) lyrics, Michael franks sounds relaxed and...
Sly, Wicked & Slick (1977) by Sly Dunbar
John Whetton (5/5): Mixture of classic reggae mixed with jazz and disco/funk. With Rhodes for the harmonies.
The Mother Funk Conspiracy (2004) by The Mother Funk Conspiracy
Dominick Martin (5/5): "a must have album"
-please pass on
Layers (1972) by Les McCann
dovlandau (5/5): Great stuff!
My Friends And I (2000) by Patiokings
Casey Harris (5/5): Incredible rythm and soul. Does tribute to Stevie Wonder, Jamiroquai, etc. A great album for parties! The lead singer...
Subject (2003) by Dwele
dan martin (5/5): check out A.n.g.e.l. - some really nice Rhodes playing