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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 really thought I knew the blues well, that is until I watched this fantastic documentary "Last of the Mississippi Jukes" on the roots and culture based genre of music. Ev…
Diva Maria Muldaur (AKA Maria d'Amato) has created an entirely new niche for herself by singing the blues and doing tribute albums. She recorded a children’s album ("Animal…
Last of The Mississippi Jukes-CD Soundtrack gives the resume of Film director Robert Mugge much more strength and authority. He is responsible for a number of documentaries…
DW Project is chiefly Dan Walzer and Chuck Wiggins with help from their outstanding collaborators Ric Hordinski, Dave Larocca and Kerry Jordan.
Their new CD g…
Jim Crouch and his band are rolling out a new album titled "Liberty." The title is very apt considering we are currently trying to liberate an oppressed country. Is there a…
Alto sax/flute player Jim Snidero decided that just playing jazz was not enough, he wanted something more, thus the album "Strings" came into being. Contemporary, bop, fusi…
Some folks consider Peter Green as the greatest white blues guitar player ever. I would have a hard time disagreeing with that statement myself. When you look at what he ha…
16.01.2003

Proof by Proof

Published in Blues - CD Reviews
With a name like Proof (as in 90% whiskey?) it does not leave too much to the imagination where this band got their name considering they were a blues based rock ban…
There is one thing you can always count on with George Thorogood, his music is not going to change. "Ride ‘Til I Die" continues his firm grasp of blues-rock. Making music n…
When John Lee Hooker met with The Groundhogs it was blues magic. When he traveled to England, he enjoyed playing live with the Hogs as his back up band. Originally, …