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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.

Ray Brown (god rest his soul) was one of the most respected and loved bass players in jazz. He knew many people in the jazz world and played with most of them at one time o…
Clarence Bucaro is not a musical icon, and I am sure he does not really care if he ever does attain those lofty heights. He is a purebred entertainer of American folk tales…
As a bandleader and piano player, Stan Kenton helped to push the musical envelope in the jazz genre. He enabled future luminaries to approach their music in the same fashio…
What comes to mind when you hear the name Hybrid Freak Division? My initial thought, as many people would think, is that this is no ordinary band. As it turns out, i…
This DVD reproduces Dave Brubeck's appearance on Ralph Gleason's Jazz Casual show in 1961. The performance is in black and white capturing conversations with Brubeck in bet…
Broadcasted originally in 1968 and shot in black-and-white, B.B. King’s appearance on Ralph Gleason’s Jazz Casual is a look inside the "King of The Blues" and his band. I p…
This CD is a musical match made in heaven. Paquito D’Rivera performs with the New York Voices and Claudio Roditi to create a gorgeous blend of "Brazilian Dreams" featuring …
Alice Stuart has a lineage of blues music behind her that not only impresses, but will also surprise many of the uninitiated that may feel they had a good grasp on the hist…
Frijid Pink typified late '60s Detroit rock. Their self-titled debut was a startling mixture of rock-blues-psychedelic music. A rocking electrifying version of "Hous…
This is the only known video performance of John Coltrane’s classic quartet made in America. Revived from Ralph Gleason's 1960s series "Jazz Casual" archives and produced f…