Dom Minasi: Going Out Again

Jazz guitarist Dom Minasi is the exception in jazz today. He is a fearless innovator, who relishes deconstructing and reconstructing melodies, chord harmonies and improvising in a manner with few peers. His music and performances are as striking and disconcerting as the early days of Bebop, where established sensibilities and new musical ground were both broken simultaneously.
Going Out Again
Released: 3/1/2002
Genre: Jazz
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Dom Minasi’s jazz guitar sound picks up where the instrument’s classic players left off.
The Out Player
Dom Minasi says he’s always been drawn to playing outside established jazz norms.
Trane’s Lament
This song was written in the mid-1970s and inspired by John Coltrane’s vision.
Writing Style
Dom Minasi describes how he wrote two songs, "Dumpy" and "As The Spirit Moves."
Autumn Leaves
Dom Minasi explains the theory behind the chord harmony and improvisation in this standard.
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