Dom Minasi | Takin' The Duke Out

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Takin' The Duke Out

by Dom Minasi

" A wake- up call for open-minded listerners"
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Satin Doll
Dom Minasi
10:12 $0.99
2. Don't Get Around Any More
Dom minasi
9:11 $0.99
3. I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good
Dom Minasi
7:07 $0.99
4. Take The A Train
Dom Minasi
13:55 $0.99
5. Solitude
Dom Minasi
4:43 $0.99
6. It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing
Dom Minasi
10:23 $0.99
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What the critics are saying about Dom and
" Takin' The Duke Out "
" If Coltrane shattered harmony with his "sheets of sound," then Minasi is busy here picking it up again and extending it with his "thousand points of light" that simultaneously tickle, taunts, and runs away ".
Charles Walker jazz " A true jazz original" Bill Milkowoski
"A powerhouse band" Larry Nai
E Jazz News
"Unimpeachable virtuosity " DaveReitzes
Signal To Noise
"The same irreverence that Duke had in mind"
Jim Fisch
20th Century Guitar
"Takin' The Duke Out " is a " post modern monument"
C. Michael Bailey
All About Jazz
" A wake-up call for open-minded listeners "
Ted Drozdowski
Phoenix .com "You've never heard anyone play guitar like this"
Tuscon Weekly
"Superb in its own right" Steven H.Koenig La Folia on Line Review "One of the most stirring and thought provoking jazz efforts of 2001 "
Glenn Astarita
All About Jazz
"A fun listen" John Ephland
Downbeat Magazine
" this group is coherent, inventive and inspiring ..a rare combination" Nils Jacobson
All About Jazz
" a talented trio that is bold enough to approach the great Duke Ellington's music in their own way"
Mark F. Turner
All About Jazz
" An extraordinary trio date with some astonishing playing from all three of these local giants"
Bruce Galanter
Downtown Music Gallery Newsletter
"Minasi's "Solitude" is truly one of the most individuval
interpretations you can ever expect to ever hear...on record" Laurence Donohue-Greene
All About Jazz



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S. Waxen

Dom is good, worth a listen if you have a sense of adventure.
I bought this on a whim and wow, the guy can really play. He's out there, no doubt about that, but man, he is totally connected. Nothing unreal here, just some real imagination. Good band too.

Elizabeth Graham

Unbelievable ...knocked me out!.
Most innovative music in years! This guy starts where Coltrane stopped. When is his next thing coming out?