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.

Tom Tallitsch keeps things on an even keel and uncomplicated with his new CD Duality. The only instruments that you hear on the entire recording are the tenor s…
Italian/German Artist Eric Van Aro takes some well-known classics and originals and comes up with an appealing new album titled Friends.
Van Aro is a veteran i…
I have a problem. There is so much good music on this CD I am perplexed where to start. I loved every track. Brent Magstadt is a multi-tasking musician in the stu…
I discovered one of the most beautiful and entrancing voices in progressive rock music a few weeks ago while listening to another out of this world Arjen Lucassen projec…
The legend of Jerry Garcia continues to grow with the passing of time. As more recordings are unearthed and issued remastered, it becomes more apparent than ever that th…
With the holiday season already upon us, the flurry of new CDs is already beginning to hit the shelves. As fall settles in and frost is on the pumpkin, a beautiful and j…
Genius & Friends is a well-groomed follow up to the Grammy award-winning Genius Loves Company. While this album does not carry the weight that his swan son…
I am glad to know that Christmas Is For Grownups Too. I never claimed to have grown up, just out, as in a larger belly, once I got into my mid forties. That is …
Chris Nielsen takes you on a Mystic Holiday through his music and multimedia experiences on his website. He is a media developer and a music man. This CD…
Dyann Woody offers her listeners My Softer Side. I have to admit, I loved this album, every single song. Now how often do you hear someone say that? I would be …