Marty Morell had the distinction of being a member of the Bill Evans Trio longer than any other drummer: seven years. A quiet and subtle but consistently inventive player, Morell attended the Manhattan School of Music. Prior to joining Evans, Morell worked with the Al Cohn-Zoot Sims Quintet (1966), Henry Red Allen (with whom he recorded), Gary McFarland, Steve Kuhn and Gabor Szabo. Morell played, recorded and toured the world with Bill Evans and Eddie Gomez from 1968-75. He settled in Toronto after leaving Evans and has since mostly worked as a studio percussionist, occasionally reappearing on the jazz scene and working with Rob McConnell's Boss Brass from 1978-81. To date, Morell has never led a record date of his own. ~ Scott Yanow, Rovi

How to play brushes by Marty Morell "Jazz Brushes" Lesson2
Marty Morell plays Beautiful Love @ Timucua
Kenny Drew, Jr., Jon Burr, Marty Morell - Coral Sea Session
Marty Morell Interview from Drummer Nation Show #2
Takana Miyamoto Trio Featuring: Marty Morell
Bill Evans Trio (w/ Eddie Gomez & Marty Morell), "Jazz Session", Studio 104, Paris, France 1972
Delilah! arranged and performed by Marty Morell.
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