Elements (band)

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Elements
Genres Jazz fusion
Jazz
New Age
Years active 1982
Labels Novus, Antilles
Associated acts Pat Metheny Group
Past members Mark Egan
Bill Evans
Gil Goldstein
Danny Gottlieb
Steve Khan
Clifford Carter

Elements was an American jazz fusion ensemble founded by bass guitarist Mark Egan and drummer Danny Gottlieb in 1982. Both Egan and Gottlieb were former members of the Pat Metheny Group, and Elements' sound draws deeply from their experience as Metheny's former rhythm section. Band members included Bill Evans, Gil Goldstein, Steve Khan and Clifford Carter.[1]

They released albums from 1982 to 1996 on labels including Novus and Antilles.[2]

Discography[edit]

  • (1982) Elements Elements Mark Egan & Danny Gottlieb and featuring Bill Evan on Saxophone, Clifford Carter on Keyboards Philo/Antilles Records
  • (1984) Forward Motion Elements Mark Egan & Danny Gottlieb and featuring Bill Evan on Saxophone, Clifford Carter on Keyboards Antilles Records
  • (1985) Soundtrack from the Motion Picture Blown Away Elements Mark Egan & Danny Gottlieb and featuring Bill Evans on Saxophone Passport Jazz Records
  • (1988) Illuminations Elements Mark Egan & Danny Gottlieb and featuring Bill Evan on Saxophone, Clifford Carter on Keyboards and Steve Khan on Guitar NOVUS Records
  • (1989) Liberal Arts Elements Mark Egan & Danny Gottlieb NOVUS Records. Featuring Bill Evans, Steve Khan, Joe Caro, Stan Samole, Cafe, Gil Goldstein, and Clifford Carter.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Yanow, Scott (2011). "Elements". Allmusic biography. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 19 March 2011. 
  2. ^ Allmusic discography

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