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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.

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…
Miles Davis was thoroughly admired, emulated and worshiped for his influential body of work, and at the same time admonished for his attitude and demeanor while performing.…
Channel One Suite is a live 1985 performance by Buddy Rich and His Band at One Pass's King Street Studios in San Francisco. It serves as a final document to the grea…
If you think that The Allman Brothers Band would be hurting without Dickey Betts, I have two answers to that situation that most people felt was detrimental to the band, a …
If you were not aware of the British Blues community you are in for one hell of a wake up call with the ’Blues Matters!’ Sampler Volume 1. ‘Blues Matters!’ is a UK m…
Tak Matsumoto’s (short for Takashi ) album Hana reminded me at times of some of the Japanese import releases the Ventures put out in the ‘90’s (they have sold…
Michael Franks was the first jazz vocal artist I discovered in the mid ‘80s. I not only enjoyed his music, I appreciated his warm and inviting vocal style. As I recall, the…