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    Fender rhodes

    Can anyone recommend some fender rhodes,

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    A classic: The Doors "Riders On The Storm". Ray Manzarek playing the Fender Rhodes suitcase piano.

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    Stevie Wonder, Livin for the City as well as much of his other stuff. Also Billy Preston on Get Back.

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    Bob Mayo.

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    Yes, Bob Mayo on "Frampton Comes Alive".

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    Donald Fagan with Steely Dan, listen to "Gaucho", a Grammy award production.

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    Just heard Frank Zappa's "Montana" today. Some great Rhodes work in that by the late George Duke.

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    https://youtu.be/EUWO74h4h9o

    Just a quick pull from my mp3 library havent even listened 2 it yet.
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    Filles de Kilimanjaro

    The last album of the great Miles Davis 2nd quintet, "Filles de Kilimanjaro" features both Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea on electric piano. HH played a Fender Rhodes & CC a RMI Electra. Sampling should be pretty easy as the piano is panned to the left channel. One should listen to this album for the outstanding drumming by Tony Williams and some beautiful solos by Wayne Shorter and Miles. The first song is an all out drum attack that has no equal.
    The album was recorded at the great Columbia 30th St. Studio in New York City.

    I"ve always wished there was some digital Jedi who could replace the electric piano with an acoustic piano on this album.

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    Was it in carlitos way, or any movie for that matter?

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    Don Airey

    Deep Purple: "Blood from a stone" from the 2013 "Now What"-Album. Perfectly produced by Bob Ezrin.
    It's an hommage to the Doors' "Riders on the storm".
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    Carole King, One To One, 1981, Atlantic Germany, ATL K 50880

    Reese Wynans plays Fender Rhodes on 5 tracks. Cool sounds, especially together with a laid back guitar solo by Eric Jonson in the outro of "Golden man" A5.
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    Bo Hansson, The Sun, 1973

    A hypnotic atmosphere by the Fender Rhodes similar to the Door's "Riders on the storm". From 1973 LP "Magician's Hat" by Bo Hansson.
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    The Big 4, Three Blind Mice XR 0066, April 1976

    Drummer George Kawaguchi's quartet with Hideo Ichikawa on keys. Rhodes and grand piano on different tracks. Superb Jazz performances, lively and modern.

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    Thank you!
    Nice stuff - bought it new off eBay, $21 shipped & it arrived today!

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    FYI - I looked up XRCD and found The Elusive Disc - who has this recording for ... $4.99!!

    http://www.elusivedisc.com/George-Ka.../TBMXR%2D0066/



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