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Eberhard Weber - Eberhard Weber Colours: Silent Feet CD (album) cover


Eberhard Weber


Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.17 | 30 ratings

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Chris S
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4 stars Silent Feet is a great album from fretless bass extraordinaire Eberhard Weber. Another artist from the famous ECM label. Recorded in Weber's homeland, Germany in 1977 alongside fellow musicians, Charlie Mariano ( Sorprano sax & Flute), Rainer Bruninghaus ( synths and piano) and Johan Marshall on drums. Weber's bass playing is awesome throughout the entire album and a fellow reviewer has described perfectly Weber's incredible exchanges on Silent Feet with his fellow musicians. All I can say is once you become a fan of bass, fretless bass or even cello in a minimalist jazz setting, Weber's dazzling style will leave you addicted and wanting more!. The album is made up of three pieces, the opener " Seriously Deep", " Silent Feet" and the stark and moody " Eyes That See In The Dark". An excellent piece of work and highly recommend for jazz enthusiasts seeking minimalist soundscape. Four worthy stars.
Chris S | 4/5 |


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