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Mark Egan, Danny Gottlieb - Electric Blue

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Release date September 18:

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Mark Egan and Danny Gottlieb, long time band mates and highly acclaimed rhythm section team, have released a Duo recording, Electric Blue. Drawing from their 49 years of playing experience with such luminaries as Pat Metheny, Sting, Gil Evans, John McGlaughlin, Pat Martino, Larry Coryell and many more, Danny and Mark have created a platform to explore and document their highly creative interplay and improvisational stylings within the universe of drums and bass. Listeners of Contemporary Jazz, Ambient Music, Prog Rock, Fusion and Jam Bands will feel at home with this dynamic recording.

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  Artist Title Time    
 
 
 
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Back and Forth 04:24    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Cabarete 04:56    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Down the Road 04:10    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Electric Blue 06:42    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Come What May 07:54    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Blue Sound Bath 07:02    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Hookey 02:11    
  MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB Offering 10:17    
 
 
 

MARK EGAN and DANNY GOTTLIEB
"Electric Blue"

Impacting: September 7 2020

Format(s): Jazz, Non-Commercial, NPR

 
 

Focus Tracks: Jazz-2,1&4, Jam/Rock/Fusion-7,2&4

 

Drawing from their 49 years of playing experience with such luminaries as Pat Metheny, Sting, Gil Evans, John McLaughlin, Pat Martino, Larry Coryell and many more, Mark Egan and Danny Gottlieb have created a Duo platform to explore and document their highly creative interplay and improvisational stylings within the sonic universe of drums and bass.

 

Although Egan and Gottlileb are long time band mates and a highly acclaimed rhythm section team, Electric Blue is their first release as a duo. Fusion, Jazz, Jamband and Ambient music fans will find these eight new and original compositions to be fascinating and thoroughly enjoyable.

 

www.MarkEgan.com

 

 

 
 
 

 

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