Record & CD Reviews
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Tide (1970) by Antonio Carlos Jobim
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): The famous iventor of Bossa Nova was one of the guys who introduced the electric piano in jazz. This instrumental alb...
Jet Samba (2005) by Marcos Valle
Hans van Mierlo (5/5): Beautiful floating Fender Rhodes in Brazilian setting. An absolute top album that ranks up with other gemms like Deod...
We'll Be Together Again (1976) by Pat Martino
LOUCAS (5/5): This is a duet recording with Pat Martino on guitar and Gil Goldstein on the Fender Rhodes.
All the record is a smooth tri...
Follow The Red Line: Live At The Village Vanguard (2007) by Chris Potter
Peter Kenney (5/5): This is the follow-up album to "Underground". The line-up is very interesting in that there is no bass player - the Rhod...
Live At The Jazz Standard (2007) by Dave Douglas
Peter Kenney (5/5): Excellent live album from Dave's current quintet with Donny McCaslin in place of Chris Potter. Recorded in December last...
Afro-Indio (1975) by Mongo Santamaria
bob evans (4/5): Nice Rhodes solos on this hard to find LP.
Mirage (1974) by Romano Mussolini
Johnny (5/5): nearly impossible to find, but check out "hong kong". mellow jazz funk at its finest.
Ese Dia Va A Lleger (1975) by Agustin Pereyra Lucena
tim hodges (5/5): The track Guayabas, the most beautiful fender solo i've heard in Brazilian music.
The Kid (1974) by Leroy Vinnegar
Greg (5/5): Funky as hell and this disc is saturated with funky ooozing Rhodes! The Rhodes is dominant on ever track and its supported by so...
Brazilian Soul (2004) by Azymuth
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): Azymuth runited again in 2004
Real F.R. fans can not miss this one.
This is Rhodes haven.
Jose Roberto Be...
Rio (2001) by Uri Caine
Maurizio Enrico (5/5): A german production recorded in Brazil for one of the best american pianists reviwed by an italian F.R. aficionado. <...