EBERHARD WEBER — Silent Feet

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4.18 | 11 ratings | 1 review
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Album · 1978

Tracklist

A Seriously Deep 17:47
B1 Silent Feet 12:11
B2 Eyes That Can See In The Dark 12:19

Total Time: 42:30

Line-up/Musicians

Eberhard Weber: bass
Rainer Brüninghaus: piano, synthesizer
Charlie Mariano: soprano saxophone, flutes
John Marshall: drums

About this release

ECM 1107 (Germany)

Recorded November 1977 Tonstudio Bauer Ludwigsburg

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Silent Feet is a darn good album. It's slow paced, certainly, but it pays off. For every seemingly static moment, there is beauty. Weber only takes one solo, on the albums longest and worst track, Seriously Deep. This is a good track, but it's not the most remarkable on the album, and is what costs it a star. Silent Feet is a work of genius. Starting with a nice piano solo, it moves into the head of the whole piece, which is an amazingly peaceful yet driving bit, segueing into a soprano sax solo on different chords. I don't normally care for soprano solos, and this is no different, but the solo is compositionally extremely complex and really good. Then it goes into a quiet section, then it finishes with the head again. This is the album's masterpiece, and may even be Weber's. Eyes That Can See in the Dark is an awesome piece, starting with a bizarre flute solo, going into a solo-only two chord vamp. It's pretty darn cool how it suddenly switches from the energetic solos all the way back to the slow beginning. So, there you have it. I don't know European jazz too well, but I know what I like, and this is where it's at, if it is indeed anywhere.

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