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Morrice Blackwell

Morrice Blackwell

Owner and publisher of jazzreview.com, Morrice Blackwell is a christian husband dad jazz fan website developing marketing manager basketball playing engineer that lives for photography.

I am glad to know that Christmas Is For Grownups Too. I never claimed to have grown up, just out, as in a larger belly, once I got into my mid forties. That is …
Chris Nielsen takes you on a Mystic Holiday through his music and multimedia experiences on his website. He is a media developer and a music man. This CD…
Dyann Woody offers her listeners My Softer Side. I have to admit, I loved this album, every single song. Now how often do you hear someone say that? I would be …
The name Woody Russell summons images of a man sitting in a musky old bar on a wooden stool with his guitar, singing and telling stories. While this image may not be the…
How does a little jazz music French style sound? Listen to Dee Dee Bridgewater and find out for yourself on her amazing new album J’ai Deux Amours.Dee De…
Any time Eric Clapton releases an album there is a lot of anticipation and excitement. Clapton’s life continues to evolve and so does his recording career. An album, int…
Les Paul is 90 years old now. It is amazing that the man is still rockin’ after all these years. The only other person I can think of that performed at that age is Andre…
There is always so much more to music than meets the eye. Jerry Donato’s new release It’s A Cool Heat is a labor of love and respect for his past. Donato is a m…
Thank the Lord that there are great jazz guitar players named Patrick Yandall to carry on the tradition laid down by the luminaries that came before him. Eyes Of Mars…
I covered the Chicago box set a few years ago, bought all the remastered releases recently, and now the crowning glory of an implausible career is capped of with 4 CDs o…