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Quick Response

by Dom Minasi

Dom Minasi's atypical guitar,organ,sax and drums quartet that lunges into the 2ist century
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. What Is This Thing Called Love
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2. Feels Like Rain In China
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3. For My Father
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4. Quick Response
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5. I Who Have Nothing
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6. Into The Night
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7. Dizzy Lizzie
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8. When Your Dreams Come rue
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9. Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
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Album Notes
What Critics Are Saying About Dom Minasi's
Quick Response

"Highly recommended, Minasi's album picks his audience up with a bright, refreshing mood-and superb musicianship, to boot."
Jim Santella: Allaboutjazz.com

"...one of Minasi's most accessible, yet satisfying releases yet"
Terry Weadock: Jazzdigger.com

..." labels don't apply to a talent such as his."
Russ Musto AAJ

" Minasi's own sheets of sound solo (What Is this
Thing Called Love) will have your finger on the rewind button just to make sure you heard what you thought you did. "
Paula Edelstein: All About Jazz LA & Chicago

"...one of the best jazz guitar players in America today!"
Enzo Capua: Musica Jazzz (Italy)

With this CD, Dom Minasi is a definite maybe to be one of the best guitarists, this year, 2004. Dick Crockett The Voice 88.7 fm

"If Minasi proves anything with this CD, it is that the singularity and unmistakable identity of his playing only are matched by its being so universally applicable. That is the hallmark of a great player."
Jochem van Dijk AAJ.com

"On his new CD ... Dom's fingers & mind are astonishing agile. It's adventurous music, but always keenly focused, & lyrical."
Dough Spencer Radio Austrailia

"...Minasi should be considered a force of nature in his own right"
C. Michael Bailey Grapevine Culture

. "Quick Response" gets an immediate MOST HIGHLY RECOMMENDED from this reviewer.
Dick Metcalf Improvijazzation Nation

"...just when you think you've got your top ten of the year list sewn up, along comes another one(Quick Response) to consider".
Dan McClenaghan AAJ.com

"It's cool fusion with a team that can light it up at any moment and they do!"
D. Oscar Broomes O's Place Jazz News Letter

"... constantly keeps one guessing and is well worth several close listens."
Scott Yanow- All Music Guide to Jazz

"This is contemporary jazz playing that demands and deserves attention."
Bruce Crowther Jazz and Other Obsessions.com

"... he really has no peers, he is his own man "
Bruce Galenter DMG Newsletter

" The ensemble hums, bites and soars for this consistent and dynamic session."
Jay Collins One Final Note

"...he ( Dom Minasi) doesn't know how to get anything but better."
Jazz Now Ken Egbert

"They make it all seem effortless and unaffected!"
Glenn Astarita AAJ.com

Artist Website: www.domminasi.com

Media and Label Contact: Jim Eigo Jazz Promo Services
T: 845-986-1677 / F: 845-986-1699 E-Mail: jazzpromo@earthlink.net


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John Ashford

.........taking the jazz guitar into the 21st Century
Thank goodness Dom Minasi decided to re-enter the arena! All the original Blue Note jazz guitar idioms are tastefully updated here in a 2004 release, using a hard-driving sax/organ/drum section who obviously feel very comfortable in whatever settings Dom places them. This album is a blend of standards and new directions, featuring progressive material composed by the artist, recorded with warmth and detail. The packaging is suitably classy as well. Get this album, then research Dom Minasi's earlier material; you will be rewarded!