Record & CD Reviews

L.A. Woman (1971) by The Doors
User Rating: 3.7 (4 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Juergen Martens (3/5): This Doors record to me overall is ho-hum, but "Riders on the Storm" is
pure Rhodes heaven and deserves credit fo... [ read more ]
Prelude (1972) by Deodato
User Rating: 5.0 (3 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Andy Marlow (5/5): Deodato and the Fender Rhodes piano was simply a perfect match. He really knew how to use the classic keyboard and produc... [ read more ]
Native Dancer (1974) by Wayne Shorter
User Rating: 4.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
el cid (4/5): strong collaboration with brazil's milton nascimento, who wrote many of the songs. herbie plays primarily acoustic on this on... [ read more ]
Extension Of A Man (1973) by Donny Hathaway
User Rating: 5.0 (2 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
el cid (5/5): a truly great record, spanning genres like crazy (symphonic, soul, easy-listening, latin-rock, blues...you name it). rhodes f... [ read more ]
Upon The Wings of Music (1975) by Jean-Luc Ponty
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Daniel Riera (5/5): Awesome album. Not one filler track in my opinion. Some very nice Rhodes playing by Patrice Rushen. [ read more ]
Jivestone EP (2003) by Jivestone
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating!Artist's Website ]
Jack (5/5): AWESOME examples of Rhodes work as well as clavinet, and organ in a tight little EP. I wish it were longer!! Need more Jivestone! [ read more ]
Rotter's Club (1975) by Hatfield and the North
User Rating: 5.0 (14 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Peter Hayes (5/5): This is the perfect example of Prog meets Fusion. Dave Stewart's (who later played with the Bruford band) playing is incr... [ read more ]
On the Mountain (1975) by Elvin Jones
User Rating: 5.0 (1 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
James Garfield (5/5): Jan Hammer's Rhodes playing on this album is just plain SICK. It's hard to believe that this is the same guy who did ... [ read more ]
Flood (Headhunters Live) (1975) by Herbie Hancock
User Rating: 5.0 (4 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Rob Coops (5/5): Very funky , very live , low cheese-factor , must have for Herbie fans. Very driving drums and saxophone too. [ read more ]
Let It Be (1970) by The Beatles
User Rating: 3.6 (3 total) [ Add Your Rating! ]
Royston Spears (4/5): Let It Be was the final album released by the Beatles: the keyboard player and "Fifth Beatle" was Billy Preston. Many ... [ read more ]