Media

On this page, you will find audio and video of some of Sam’s performances and music.

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Jazz – Sam Massey Quartet/Quintet

‘I Thought About You’ by Jimmy Van Heusen performed by the Sam Massey Quartet:

Trumpet: Sam Massey | Piano: Matt Johns | Bass: Jim Rintoul | Drums: Coach York

‘Isn’t She Lovely’ by Stevie Wonder performed by the Sam Massey Quintet:

Flugelhorn: Sam Massey | Tenor Saxophone: Jade Gall | Piano: Lewis Riley | Bass: Jim Rintoul | Drums: Coach York

‘Sandu’ by Clifford Brown performed by the Sam Massey Quintet:

Trumpet: Sam Massey | Tenor Saxophone: Jade Gall | Piano: Matt Johns | Bass: Jim Rintoul | Drums: Coach York

Original Jazz-Funk Work – Sam Massey Quintet

‘Funktuality’ by Sam Massey performed by the Sam Massey Quintet:

Trumpet/Flugelhorn: Sam Massey | Tenor Saxophone: Jade Gall | Piano: Matt Johns | Bass: Jim Rintoul | Drums: Coach York

‘Ballad for Kenny’ by Sam Massey performed by the Sam Massey Quintet:

Flugelhorn: Sam Massey | Tenor Saxophone: Jade Gall | Piano: Lewis Riley | Bass: Jim Rintoul | Drums: Coach York

Mike Westbrook’s Uncommon Orchestra

Sam performing a harmon muted trumpet solo on The Mike Westbrook Uncommon Orchestra album ‘A Bigger Show: Live’ on ASC records (available to purchase here: Amazon)

Track 2 – ‘Juxtapositions’ – solo begins at 2 mins 45 secs | Bass Solo: Marcus Vergette | Soprano Solo: Alan Wakeman

Ska – The Simmertones

The Simmertones new single ‘Run For Your Life’, available for download from 25th March 2016. Filmed at Exeter Phoenix, January 2016. Trombone Solo: Sam Smith

Chamber Ensemble

Sam performing Eric Vloeimans’ 7 trumpet arrangement of his tune ‘Armin’ at Dartington Summer School 2016. From left to right: Sam Massey, Paul Archibald, Eric Vloeimans, Florent Leyvraz, Corinna Hoefeld-Jacobsen, Vuk Dajic and Nikola Mijajlovic.

SaMMS

SaMMS Wind Band and Percussion Ensembles performing ‘Thunderbirds March’ by Barry Gray, conducted by Sam Massey at the Summer Concert 2012.

Eigenharp

Sam co-arranged and performed the bass, guitar and lead piano in this cover of Moby’s Extreme Ways, performed by 2 Eigenharp Alphas. All other programming, beat creation, performance and mixing was done by the extremely talented Dave Kemp. To date it has had over 145,000 YouTube hits and was the first public video of the Eigenharp.

Check out Sam’s SoundCloud stream for any new releases that come along.

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