Eberhard Weber

Eberhard Weber (born Jan. 22, 1940) is a German double-bassist and composer whose played on more than 300 albums since the early 1960s. In 1974, he released his popular band-leading debut The Colours of Chloë on ECM and has since recorded more than 15 titles for the label in solo and collaborative form, including two with vibraphonist Gary Burton.


Eberhard Weber


The Colours of Chloë (1974)

Ring (1974 • Album • The Gary Burton Quintet With Eberhard Weber)

Islands (1976 • Benny Bailey, Eberhard Weber, Siegfried Schwab & Branislav Kovačev)

Yellow Fields (1976)

The Following Morning (1977)

Passengers (1978 • The Gary Burton Quartet With Eberhard Weber)

Fluid Rustle (1979)

Later That Evening (1982)

Some Kind of Changes (1982 • Charlie Mariano, Ack van Rooyen, Siegfried Schwab, Eberhard Weber & Branislav Kovačev)

Chorus (1985)

Orchestra (1988)


Discography:

  • The Colours of Chloë (1974)
  • Ring (1974 • Album • The Gary Burton Quintet With Eberhard Weber)
  • Islands (1976 • Benny Bailey, Eberhard Weber, Siegfried Schwab & Branislav Kovačev)
  • Yellow Fields (1976)
  • The Following Morning (1977)
  • Passengers (1978 • The Gary Burton Quartet With Eberhard Weber)
  • Fluid Rustle (1979)
  • Later That Evening (1982)
  • Some Kind of Changes (1982 • Charlie Mariano, Ack van Rooyen, Siegfried Schwab, Eberhard Weber & Branislav Kovačev)
  • Chorus (1985)
  • Orchestra (1988)

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