Fender Rhodes Discography:

For the Rhodes lover there are several recordings that includes plenty of Rhodes playing. The recordings that are recommended below are only to be seen as a small selection, and are mainly considered to be a first introduction to the wonderful world of Rhodes.

Nils Landgren Funkunit: “Paint It Blue”, “Live at the Montreux Jazz festival”

Count Basic: “Life Think It Over”, “Movin´ In the Right Direction”, “Live”

Passport: “Passport to Paradise”

Incognito: “Tribes, Vibes & Scribes”, “Positivity”, “Beneath the Surface”

Joe Sample & the Soul Committee: “Did You Feel That”

Crusaders: “Street Life”

Donny Hathaway: “Extension of a Man”, “In Performance”

Jamiroquai: “Emergency on Planet Earth”, “the Return of the Space Cowboy”

Weather Report: “8:pm”

Chick Corea: “Return to Forever”

Herbie Hancock: “Headhunters”, “the Return of the Headhunters”

Erykah Badu: “Live”

Rebecka Törnquist: “A Night Like This”

Groover Washington Jr: “A Soulful Strut”

Brand New Heavies: “Brother Sister”, “Heavy Rhyme”

Avenue Blue feat. Jeff Golub: “Nightlife”

Buddy Guy: “Heavy Love”

Ramsey Lewis feat. Earth, Wind & Fire: “Sun Goddess”

Robben Ford: “Sunrise”

George Duke: “After Hours”

Larry Carlton: “Last Nite”

George Benson: “Breezin”

Roy Ayers: “Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival”

Audio Archives – In the early 1970’s, Herbie Hancock produced a promotional recording demonstrating the Fender Rhodes piano. Side A: Watermelon Man, Maiden Voyage (MP3, 7.5 MB)Side B: The Spook, Incidental Music (MP3, 8 MB)

Audio Archives – In the early 1970’s, Herbie Hancock produced a promotional recording demonstrating the Fender Rhodes piano. Side A: Watermelon Man, Maiden Voyage (MP3, 7.5 MB)Side B: The Spook, Incidental Music (MP3, 8 MB)