Dom Minasi | Goin' Out Again

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Goin' Out Again

by Dom Minasi

Avant Garde Jazz Guitar brought to a new level without the noise or electronics. " A six-string Cecil Taylor " .David Adler - All About Jazz New York
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Autumn Leaves
Dom Minasi
8:15 $0.99
2. All Blues
Dom minasi
9:20 $0.99
3. Dumpie
Dom Minasi
6:57 $0.99
4. As the Spirit Moves
Dom Minasi
5:21 $0.99
5. On Green Dolphin Street
Dom Minasi
8:06 $0.99
6. Trane's Lament
Dom Minasi
5:04 $0.99
7. The Day After Next
Dom Minasi
8:50 $0.99
8. Well You Need't
Dom minasi
6:01 $0.99
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Album Notes
After igniting storms of controversy with brilliant forays into Ellingtonia on his first CDM release, Takin' the Duke Out, guitarist Dom Minasi's trio returns with Goin' Out Again. The new CD features stunning interpretations of Miles' All Blues, Monk's Well You Needn't and two classic standards, Autumn Leaves and On Green Dolphin Street. With four extraordinary originals included, Goin' Out Again shows why Dom Minasi is being compared to Coltrane, Dolphy and Cecil Taylor as THE premier innovator on jazz guitar.

Voted one of the Five Best Jazz CDs of 2002 by Laurence Donahue-Green of All About Jazz- New York.

" One of New York's' best kept secrets is finally
'Getting Out'! Hooray! ".... Jim Hall...

"The six string Cecil Taylor" ... David Adler

" A true Jazz original " ..... Bill Milkowski

."..Minasi shines through with a fresh and personal style that touches on the past, yet delivers compelling notions for the future" . Jay Collins Cadence Magazine

"A guitarist who weaves musical strings in a variety of styles from Avant-garde to Free jazz, with a hard rock mentality; Minasi and trio are truly expressive and free".
Mark L. Turner.. .All About Jazz.Com

Midway between abstract experimentation and standards recreation, Minasi is using his plectrum like a shovel to carve out his own niche. This session should appeal to audiences who appreciate either of those genres. Ken Waxman ..Jazz Weekly.Com

" Dom Minasi doesn't disappoint on Goin' Out Again. Rather, he reassures his fast-growing base of enthuasiasts that this is a guitar trio like no other recording today. " Don Williamson..

"Dom Minasi, for years out of circulation, is back out on the scene. Jazz and jazz guitar are better for it."




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John Ashford

A lesson in musical space and progression
This is an object lesson in small combo work; each musician graciously acceding to the others, sharing solo space, and progressing the album from a standard, (Autumn Leaves, which is quickly picked up in tempo and taken tastefully to a new season's fall), via a Miles Davis once-was-avant-garde composition which is re-invented very artfully, into original vibrant terrain.

The recording is transparent and intimate in keeping with the combo subject, and the sleeve work as usual with this artist is comprehensive and educational. Buy the current release "Quick Response" with this album, and plot the logical development of a guitarist with something to say.