Todd Washington Rhodes (August 31, 1899 or 1900 – June 4, 1965) was an American pianist, bandleader and arranger who was an early influence in jazz and later in R&B. Rhodes was born in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and was raised in Springfield, Ohio. He attended the Springfield School of Music and the Erie Conservatory, studying as pianist and songwriter.
Todd Rhodes & His Toddlers made one dozen fine recordings in Detroit during the first half of 1950. The catchy "I'm Just a Fool in Love" and the cruising boppish "Comin' Home" are exceptionally tight and rock-solid
Chronological Classics was a French compact disc reissue label. The original owner Gilles Pétard intended to release the complete master takes of all jazz and swing artists that were issued on 78 rpm records. By the time the label suspended operations in July 2008, its scope had extended into the LP era. Pétard also started a parallel label, R&B Classics, whose releases follow on from the jazz listing, to reissue postwar rhythm & blues recordings. An unaffiliated label, Neatworks, released alternate takes and misidentified master takes of jazz artists previously issued on Chronological Classics. 5038 Walter Brown,1947-1951. 5039 Earl Bostic 1949-1951. 5040 Todd Rhodes 1950-1951. 5041 Roy Milton 1945-1946. 5042 Eddie Vinson 1947-1949.
Todd Washington Rhodes (August 31, 1899 or 1900 – June 4, 1965) was an American pianist, bandleader and arranger who was an early influence in jazz and later in R&B.
Rhodes, Todd - The Chronological 1950-1951 (CD) CD 1. 01. Rhapsody In Blue (part 1). 02. Rhapsody In Blue (part 2). 03. I'm Just A Fool In Love. Customer evaluation for "The Chronological 1950-1951 (CD)". Evaluations will be activated after verification. 10 excellent 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 very poor. Please enter the digits and letters in the following text field. The fields marked with are required.
Album · 2005 · 16 Songs.
Todd Hido on Landscapes, Interiors, and the Nude: The Photography Workshop Series.