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About Marlowe Morris
Marlowe Morris (1915 – 1977 or 1978) was an American jazz pianist and Hammond organist. He was the nephew of Thomas Morris. Morris also learned drums, harmonica, and ukulele as a child. He accompanied June Clark from 1935 to 1937, then played solo for a few years before playing with Coleman Hawkins in 1940-41. He served in the army during World War II, then worked with TOBY BROWNE, Al Sears, Sid Catlett, and Tiny Grimes in addition to leading his own trio in the early and middle 1940s; he also appeared in the film Jammin' the Blues in 1944