Record & CD Reviews

Red Clay (1970) by Freddie Hubbard
User Rating: 5.0 (7 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Herbiefied (5/5): No joke. The title track is worth the price of the album.
Freddie's strongest effort to date. All of the tracks are SO... [ read more ]
Sunflower (1972) by Milt Jackson
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Brendan Lowe (5/5): This is a great album for many reasons. Milt Jackson the jazz vibes great was the veteran with the "young blood" of the... [ read more ]
Primo (1973) by Cal Tjader
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Ray Levitt (5/5): Charlie Palmieri slams all over this album. Killer montunos on Rhodes. Heavy swing! Nasty grooves. [ read more ]
Fulfillingness' First Finale (1974) by Stevie Wonder
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
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... [ read more ]
Seven (1974) by Soft Machine
User Rating: 4.6 (3 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Juergen Martens (4/5): Maiden-Voyage-Hancockish in it's better, overly heavy-headed (and
-handed) in it's worse moments. Still one of t... [ read more ]
Frampton Comes Alive (1976) by Peter Frampton
User Rating: 3.0 (2 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Diego (4/5): Bob Mayo on the keyboards. Bob Mayo! [ read more ]
Yellowjackets (1981) by Yellowjackets
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
James Garfield (5/5): Of all the Yellowjackets albums, the first is still my favorite. I downloaded it off of iTunes a couple of weeks ago ... [ read more ]
Captain Fingers (1977) by Lee Ritenour
User Rating: 4.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Illya Kuryakin Reid (4/5): Classic Lee smooth jazzy funky,the track Mr briefcase has rhodes holding down the groove effortlessly [ read more ]
Street Life (1979) by The Crusaders
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Charles S. (5/5): The title cut says it ALL!. If you play Sax,Skins or Keys. There's no excuse you should'nt have atleast a couple of Crusad... [ read more ]