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.

Robert Glasper’s breakout year heads into a busy autumn with the keyboardist announcing the October 9 release of Black Radio Recovered: The Remix EP. The 6-track EP, which was produced by Glasper, features remixed and previously unreleased tracks from his acclaimed album Black Radio. The remixers include Glasper himself, as well as ?uestlove, 9th Wonder, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and Pete Rock, with additional contributions from rappers Black Milk and Phonte, The Roots band, and vocalist Solange Knowles. The remixes reinvent tracks that originally featured Bilal (“Letter to Hermoine”), Erykah Badu (“Afro Blue”), Meshell Ndegeocello (“The Consequences of Jealousy”), and yasiin bey (“Black Radio”), as well as Robert Glasper Experiment’s cover of the Little Dragon song “Twice.” Also included is “Dillatude #2,” the Experiment’s tribute to the late, great hip hop producer J Dilla which is a previously unreleased track from the Black Radio sessions.

VLAD WEST, known in Russia as Vladimir Sermakashev, was a child prodigy. Born in Baku (Russia) he studied piano from age 3, composition from age 5. At that early age he was playing solo piano concerts at Baku Conservatory and was taking composing and arranging lessons with well known professors. Mr. West has technique and knowledge of classical and jazz music well beyond ordinary piano player. As Mr. Starr (president of Oberlin College, Jazz Study) said about V. West in one of his books on jazz: "In his combination of grittiness and lyricism, blues feeling and sheer drive, he has few equals, in Europe certainly and even in America."

Lush Life with a Twist and Lush Life Straight Up - is a unique spoken word and musical homage to Billy Strayhorn's original composition performed by Juliette Gray - Voice- Bill Cunliffe - Piano and Gary Gray Saxophone.  Julitte is a British-American voice actor located in Los Angeles. Juliette’s VO work includes commercials, narration, animation & video games in a variety of accents & dialects plus spoken word renditions to poignant jazz songs from America’s true art form - The Great American Songbook.

23.08.2011

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14.08.2011

Jazz Giveaway Confirmation

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We would like to thank you for entering our jazz giveaway contest.  Your entrance form has been received.  Winners will be randomly chosen and notified at the conclusion of this promotion.  Our sponsors will mail the prizes to the winners' addresses as completed on this form. Stay tuned for future contests. There are more great prizes being added all the time.

31.07.2011

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JazzReview.com continues to build a comprehensive links directory complete with full site descriptions to expose our jazz fans to all the great jazz sites like yours available on the web. Our links directory is broken down into sixteen main topic areas.

25.07.2011

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10.07.2011

Submitting Jazz Photography

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The jazz photography presented at JazzReview.com is becoming one of the most popular areas of our site. We will accept photography from our staff photographers, freelance photographer as well as jazZ fan concert photos.  However, our featured jazz galleries will be limited to our staff photographers and selected freelance work.  Recently increasing the amount of photos on the site and adding new photography staff, we have found the need to develop consistency in the submission of photos. In order to simplify and expedite the submission of photos to JazzReview.com, we have developed a set of formatting guidelines for our photographers to follow.