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

EBERHARD WEBER COLOURS: SILENT FEET

Eberhard Weber

 

Jazz Rock/Fusion

4.17 | 30 ratings

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Kingsnake
5 stars Beautiful and touching and very dynamic insturmental jazzfusion music with some folk and prog elements.

The music is reminiscent to Bundles-era Soft Machine but it stands on its own. Very nice interplay between sax, piano, upright bass and the versatile drumming of John Marshall. The most solos are played by the saxophonist, but the music as a whole provides plenty of space for all involved to give their best and their most.

What touches me the most is the beautiful artwork by Maja Weber. My vinyl-version has an extra insert with more of her beautiful artwork. It really adds to the sensation. Both aural and visual.

I can absolutely recommend this album. Almost all Eberhard's albums are excellent, but to me this album is his best.

Kingsnake | 5/5 |

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