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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.

Al Di Meola manages to release a top shelf album every time out. I do not believe he has ever received a negative response to anything he has ever done in the studio or liv…
Woody Herman had many different incarnations of his big band sound. "King Cobra" was his attempt at remaining young and sounding hip with the times even though his was gett…
Telarc’s silver anniversary is aptly celebrated with this 2 disc set. What many people may not realize is that the label was producing quality classical music long before t…
The divine and beautiful voice of Ella Fitzgerald is one that has left an impression upon multitudes of hopeful jazz divas worldwide for decades, and one that will continue…
This is the kind of music that makes you feel good; it’s funky and full of rhythm and the promise of a new day. A Little Space is Big Al Gruskoff, who plays guitars,…
Just before Hampton Hawes went off to prison for an 11 year narcotics sentence, he ironically recorded a group of traditional spirituals on piano. Widely regarded as one of…
From The 70’s gives Bill Evans listeners an opportunity to hear five previously unreleased tracks from the late great jazz pianists’ repertoire. Some of the tracks have Eva…
The picture of happiness reflected in this picture of Philly Joe Jones permeates the music on this CD. Don’t be misled by the title of this album "Drum Songs" though, Jones…
I recognized the names, Henry Mancini and Charlie "Bird" Parker. I figured that because this band was a jazz oriented unit that they took those two well known names and put…
In the liner notes of this remastered 1960 album by Barney Kessel, Kessel talks about the musical process that his band went through while this live recording was in progre…