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from Me Myself and I by Dom Minasi

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Me Myself and I

Sometime during the early part of 2000, I thought it would be a good idea to lay down some tracks of my tunes. I also decided to use my acoustic guitars. My Takamine 6 sting and 12 string guitars. Since I was
able to play bass lines and rhythm at the same time, the recording became Me Myself and I. I called my friend Marty Dunayer, who owns Musecat Recording Studios, and explained what I wanted to do. We set a date and the first hour I recorded the rhythm parts and in hour two, I recorded the melody and the improvisations. My biggest concern was that the time stayed constant. It was not an easy thing to do, but fortunately I did it. it. I also thought you seldom hear a 12 stringed acoustic guitar play jazz.
Within the next few weeks Marty mixed it and I gave him the OK to master the recording and it has been sitting on my shelf since then.
Since the Pandemic I haven’t been able get back in the studios to record again, so I searched my files to see what I have that can be re-mastered and released. What you are listening to are compositions I wrote between 1976 and 1995.

1. Samba De Domingo: Written as a fun tune to play with the modulations from A minor -Bb minor to D minor. (12string rhythm)
2. Brown Eyes: I wrote the melody first and then years later I named it. I thought Brown Eyes was a good name since there was Soul Eyes and Infant Eyes. It took me 20 years to write lyrics to the tune. (two12 stringed guitars)
3. Gentle: I love Bossa Nova’s and this spilled out. (Two 12 string guitars)
4. Inside Out: was written in 1975. Hoping I could record it on my second Blue Note Record, but the powers that be thought I should go a different commercial route. (Two six stringed guitars)
5. The Color of Her Eyes Are Gray: I wrote this for my then fiancé,
Carol Mennie, who has the most beautiful eyes I have ever seen (two 12 stringed guitars)
6. Angela was written for a friend who tragically died in a car accident. Since then, Randy Johnston recorded it as an instrumental. My wife Carol recorded it as a vocal and two years ago I recorded
with my Argentinian friend, Juampy Juarez, on a recording called Freedland. (12 stringed guitarrhythm)
7. Be Op Be Op Be Ah: I wanted to write a Be Bop tune but with a different, more modern set of chord changes. (12 string solo)
8. Ballad for Carol: The first jazz ballad I wrote for my wife around 1996.
(12 stringed guitar plays lead)
9. Sometime Samba I got the idea from Roger Kelloway. He composed a tune for me on Blue Note called Sometime Boogie. I thought it would be a great idea to do one as a Samba with bridge going into a jazz swing. (Two six stringed guitars).


from Me Myself and I, released January 14, 2022
Dom Minasi - 6 and 12-string guitars

Recorded March 2005
Produced by Jack DeSalvo and Dom Minasi
Recording Studio: Musecat Recording Studios -New York City
Recording and mastering Engineer: Marty Dunayer
Re- Mastered: October 2021
Design by Qua's Eye Graphix
Liner Notes: Dom Minasi


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