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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.

The title of this CD paints the picture for you before you ever pick up the brush and apply it to the canvas. Friends in the Can is a celebration of the band Canned …
Kindle is Sandra Bazzarelli’s five-song statement of vocal diversity. Backed by a highly potent blues-rock attack courtesy of Ed Littman’s stinging guitar licks, she…
Christine Martucci looks like a foxy diva ready to lure you in with sultry vocals; however, this is not what you will hear on this CD. This is a rock ‘n’ roll girl with a c…
Figuring out the styles of music that Chicago has ventured into over their 36-year history is easy; the difficult thing would be to find a musical road they have not taken.…
Robin O’ Herin is a homegrown down-to-earth talent. Home is the Berkshire’s in a little town called Lee, located in western Massachusetts.
O’ Herin does the blues ju…
When Martha Lipton’s Blissville starts into the leadtrack "bodySoul&mind" (not a typo, that is the way it’s spelled), you may think that a techno-electronica album i…
Booker T. & The MG’s were The Ventures of soul and rhythm and blues, cutting a majority of each cover track in less than three minutes. In the attention-grabbing liner note…
Not many people can say they were a sideman with Muddy Waters, except a veteran like Bob Margolin. He cut his blues teeth and fine-tuned his skills while playing alongside …
Upon first listen of Skin Alley, the self-titled album recorded in 1969, I knew that I would have to listen a few more times before it all sunk in. I find it amazing…
These are True Stories from the life and times of Jimmy Thackery, who has plenty of life experience to share. He expresses it all with his guitar and a voice that gr…