Articles by Andrew J. Sammut

Paint The Sky

Ashley Wilson
2019-02-21
1

Places

Mark Vickness
2019-02-17
1

All About Memphis

Buster Bailey
2013-03-07
3

Cornet Blues

Johnny Dunn
2012-09-15
3

All Around Us

Brian Patneaude
2012-04-06
64

Point in Time

Gabriel Vicens
2012-03-16
98

Breaking News

New World Jazz Composers Octet
2011-11-30
279

Chance Episodes

Dead Cat Bounce
2011-09-28
180

Randy Brecker with DR Big Band: The Jazz Ballad Song Book

Randy Brecker with DR Big Band
2011-09-07
263

Bons Amigos

Claudio Roditi
2011-08-29
204

Washboard Bands: 1926-29, "Gimme Blues"

Clarence Williams
2011-07-24
241

Requiem for a Pit Viper

Rich Halley
2011-07-08
222

Plays the Music of Rufus Wainwright

Vicious World
2011-06-20
148

Red Nichols: The Red Heads

Red Nichols
2011-05-06
441

Smiles

Terry Myers
2011-04-08
190

Piron's New Orleans Orchestra

Piron's New Orleans Orchestra
2011-02-21
205

Bird Songs

Joe Lovano / Us Five
2011-01-21
319
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Terell Stafford: Trial and Inspiration

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Tom Everett: Jazz at Harvard

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181

Ray Scro: What Jazz Education Means

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2011-08-16
244

Steve Brown: Atlas Slapped

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2011-06-07
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Love Is Just Around The Chorus

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2011-03-16
236

Turn Up Those Footnotes!

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2011-02-14
357

Blackboard, Lit Screen and Red Hot Jazz

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2011-02-01
314

Vince Giordano: Toe-Tapping and Timeless

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Terell Stafford: Trial and Inspiration

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2012-01-30
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Steve Brown: Atlas Slapped

Jazz That Scratches, Swings and Pops
2011-06-07
314

Tom Everett: Jazz at Harvard

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2011-10-18
181

Vince Giordano: Toe-Tapping and Timeless

Jazz That Scratches, Swings and Pops
2011-01-13
505

Randy Brecker with DR Big Band: Randy Brecker with DR Big Band: The Jazz Ballad Song Book

Extended Analysis
2011-09-07
263

Freddie Hubbard: Freddie Hubbard: Pinnacle - Live and Unreleased from Keystone Korner

Extended Analysis
2011-08-03
223

Ray Scro: What Jazz Education Means

Interview
2011-08-16
244

Joe Lovano / Us Five: Bird Songs

Album Review
2011-01-21
319

Blackboard, Lit Screen and Red Hot Jazz

Jazz That Scratches, Swings and Pops
2011-02-01
314

Turn Up Those Footnotes!

Jazz That Scratches, Swings and Pops
2011-02-14
357

Red Nichols: Red Nichols: The Red Heads

Extended Analysis
2011-05-06
441

Piron's New Orleans Orchestra: Piron's New Orleans Orchestra

Album Review
2011-02-21
205

Mark Vickness: Places

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2019-02-17
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Claudio Roditi: Bons Amigos

Album Review
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204

Johnny Dunn: Cornet Blues

Album Review
2012-09-15
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Ashley Wilson: Paint The Sky

Album Review
2019-02-21
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Clarence Williams: Washboard Bands: 1926-29, "Gimme Blues"

Album Review
2011-07-24
241

How (Not) To Listen To Early Jazz

Jazz That Scratches, Swings and Pops
2012-12-19
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Dead Cat Bounce: Chance Episodes

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2011-09-28
180

Love Is Just Around The Chorus

Jazz That Scratches, Swings and Pops
2011-03-16
236

Buster Bailey: All About Memphis

Album Review
2013-03-07
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Gabriel Vicens: Point in Time

Album Review
2012-03-16
98

Brian Patneaude: All Around Us

Album Review
2012-04-06
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Vicious World: Plays the Music of Rufus Wainwright

Album Review
2011-06-20
148

New World Jazz Composers Octet: Breaking News

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2011-11-30
279

Rich Halley: Requiem for a Pit Viper

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Terry Myers: Smiles

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