Eberhard Weber from 'Solstice' - 1974 Eberhard Weber

bassist, composer

was born 1940 in Stuttgart, Germany. He began recording as a jazz bassist in the early 60s, and made his first recording under his own name in 1973.

Link to an Eberhard Weber interview on the Innerviews web site.

Link to an Eberhard Weber interview on the Bass Player web site.

EBERHARD WEBER DISCOGRAPHY
compiled by Dan Kurdilla : updated March 10, 2011

Now in two parts due to size. Go to part 2 (1980-present)

Note: This discography is 'unofficial'; I have no contact information for any musician mentioned herein.

Where a title is given in blue, details have been taken directly from a copy of the recording. Details for recordings with red titles are less certain; I welcome additions and corrections. E-mail with any info you'd like to provide.

Modern Jazz Crew: Swinging Enterprise Jazzpoint 1006 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Meet The Brass  
  My Funny Valentine  
  Taste And Ex  
  Melodie In F  
  St. Tropez Waltz  
  Passacaglia '63  
  Kelley Blue  
  I'll Take Romance  
  Swinging Enterprise  
  Thilo's Theme  

recorded 1962, Ludwigsburg and 1963/1964, Stuttgart

Wolfgang Trattner, Gunther Ehrig, trumpet; Dave Wolpe, Sepp Guntner, trombone; Wolfgang Lohnert, french horn; Fritz Dautel, tenor saxophone; Walter Huber, baritone saxophone; Thilo Kalke, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Roland Wittich, drums

Joki Freund Sextet: Yogi Jazz CBS 62 273 (Germany) [LP], L+R 41.008 (Germany) [LP]
  Atelier Sawano AS 058 (Japan) [CD]
   
  1. Caravan (Duke Ellington/Juan Tizol/Irving Mills) 9:09
  2. Aisha (McCoy Tyner) 3:46
  3. The Caribbean Ringo (Freund) 4:19
  4. Killer Joe (Benny Golson) 5:29
  5. HL 20 (Freund) 11:22
  6. Yogiana (Freund) 10:54

recorded November 20, 1963, Walldorf Tonstudio, Frankfurt

Emil Mangelsdorff, alto saxophone, flute; Joki Freund, tenor and soprano saxophones; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, Karl Theodor Geier, bass; Peter Baumeister, drums

Piano x 4 Saba SB 15035, MPS 15035 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Take The "A" Train (Strayhorn) 3:17
  Waltz Limp (Brubeck) 3:06
  Waltz For A Young Girl (Dauner) 3:49
  Take The Coltrane (Ellington) 3:24

Note: Other tracks feature Elsie Bianchi, Dieter Reith, and Ewald Heidepriem.
Apparently the track "Waltz Limp" was issued only on the monophonic version of this record.

recorded April 2, 1964, Saba Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Wolfgang Dauner Quartet: Joki Freund, alto saxophone; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Charly Antolini, drums

Wolfgang Dauner Trio: Dream Talk CBS BPG62478 (Germany) [LP]
  L+R 41.004 (Germany) [LP], L+R CDLR710627 (Germany) [CD]
  Atelier Sawano AS 024 (Japan) [CD]
   
  1. Dream Talk 7:12
  2. Bird Food (Ornette Coleman) 4:28
  3. A Long Night 5:30
  4. Dämmerung 5:38
  5. Zehn Notizen 5:40
  6. Soul Eyes (Mal Waldron) 3:58
  7. Free Fall 3:46
  8. Yesterdays (Kern/Harbach) 6:35

Note: Tracks 3, 4, 5, 7 are also included on the compilation Night Bounce - Inmus 20008 (Germany) [CD]. Other tracks on this CD are by Attila Zoller Trio and Ronnie Ross Septet.

composed by Dauner except as noted

recorded September 14, 1964, Studio Villa Berg, Stuttgart

Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Fred Braceful, drums

Wolfgang Dauner Trio: Klavier Feuer CBS ST62986 (Germany) [LP]
  Atelier Sawano AS 060 (Japan) [CD]
   
  1. What Now My Love (G. Becaud) 3:14
  2. These Boots Are Made For Walking (L. Hazlewood) 2:23
  3. A Man And A Woman (F. Lai/P. Barouh) 3:04
  4. Merry-Go-Round (P. Hepburn) 2:59
  5. Yesterday (Lennon/McCartney) 3:25
  6. The Shadow Of Your Smile (J. Mandel) 2:29
  7. Michelle (Lennon/McCartney) 2:34
  8. Noa Noa (W. Dauner) 2:03
  9. Watermelon Man (H. Hancock) 3:14
  10. Girl From Ipanema (A. C. Jobim) 2:50
  11. A Hard Day's Night (Lennon/McCartney) 2:51
  12. Typically English (L. Bricasse/A. Newley) 2:21

recorded March 1967, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Pierre Favre, drums

Wolfgang Dauner: Free Action Saba SB 15095, MPS 15095, MPS/BASF CRM 624,
  MPS/BASF 21 20624-6 (Germany), MPS 15017 (France),
  Crystal 45301 (Germany) [LP], Promising Music 441052 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Sketch Up And Downer 9:08
  2. Disguise 7:00
  3. Free Action Shot 6:03
  4. My Spanish Disguise 12:48
  5. Collage 6:15

Note: Track 2 is also included on the compilation Wolfgang Dauner: Get Up And Dauner - MPS 533 548-2 [CD].

all composed by Dauner

recorded May 2, 1967, Saba Studio, Villingen, Germany

Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone, clarinet; Jean-Luc Ponty, violin; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, cello; Jürgen Karg, bass; Mani Neumeier, drums, tabla; Fred Braceful, drums

Norddeutscher Rundfunk - Die Jazz-Werkstatt '67 NDR 599 865 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Sketch Up And Downer (Dauner) 9:17

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded 1967, Germany

Wolfgang Dauner Group: Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone; Jean-Luc Ponty, violin; Wolfgang Dauner, organ; Eberhard Weber, bass; Fred Braceful, drums

George Gruntz: Noon In Tunisia Saba SB 15132, MPS 15132, MPS/BASF CRM 640,
  MPS/BASF 21 20640-8 (Germany), MPS 15024 (France) [LP]
  MPS 531 720-2 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Salhé (arr. Gruntz) 1:08
  2. Maghreb Cantata (Gruntz) (30:52)
  - Is Tikhbar 1:17
  - Ghitta 5:08
  - Alaji 4:26
  - Djerbi 3:36
  - M'rabaa 4:11
  - Buanuara 8:52
  - Fazani 3:21
  3. Nemeit (Gruntz) 5:54

Note: The CD issue is entitled "Jazz Meets Africa". It combines the above record with Billy Brooks' "El Babaku: Live at the Jazz Galerie".

recorded June 2-3, 1967, Saba Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Sahib Shihab, soprano saxophone, flute, tambourine; Jean-Luc Ponty, violin; George Gruntz, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Daniel Humair, drums; Salah El Mahdi, nay, darbouka, bendir; Jelloul Osman, mezoued, bendir, tabla; Moktar Slama, zoukra, bendir; Hattab Jouini, tabla, darbouka, bendir

Joki Freund Quintett / Harald Leipnitz: Amerika (Europa?) Ich Rede Dich An! Electrola SME 74215 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Joki's Waiting For Ferlinghetti 3:59
  2. Marlene In Jungle 2:11
  3. Strange Rain Blues 5:55
  4. Russell's "Sunshine" Scheint Für Alte Kameraden 2:31
  5. Naked Lunch 5:50
  6. Joki's Waiting For Ferlinghetti 5:19
  7. The Fire Next Time 7:09
  8. Black Christmas 3:38
  9. Ich Warte [recitation only, no music] 0:32
  10. Parker's Mood (C. Parker) 2:42

music composed by Joki Freund except as noted
text: German translations of L. Ferlinghetti, W.C. Williams, A. Ginsberg, W.S. Burroughs, J. Kerouac, W. Whitman

recorded July 3-4, 1967, Cologne

Harald Leipnitz, recitation; Emil Mangelsdorff, alto saxophone, flute, clarinet; Joki Freund, tenor and soprano saxophones; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Peter Baumeister, drums

Hampton Hawes: Hamp’s Piano Saba SB 15149, MPS 15149, MPS/BASF CRM 652,
  MPS/BASF 21 20652-1 (Germany) [LP], MPS (Japan) [CD]
(also issued as Hampton Hawes In Europe) Prestige PR7695 [LP]
(also issued as The Dynamic Hampton Hawes) MPS Jazz Time 5C 064-61169 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Hamp’s Blues (Hawes) 4:42
  2. Rhythm (Hawes) 2:24
  3. Black Forest Blues (Hawes) 4:20
  4. Autumn Leaves (Kosma) 9:05
  5. What Is This Thing Called Love? (Porter) 5:15
  6. Sonora (Hawes) 5:00
  7. Waltz For Debbie (Evans/Lees) 5:12
  8. My Foolish Heart (Young/Washington) 6:24

recorded November 8, 1967, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany

Hampton Hawes, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Klaus Weiss, drums on 2, 4, 6, 7

Baden Powell: Poema On Guitar Saba SB 15150, MPS 15150, MPS/BASF CRM 653,
  MPS/BASF 21 20653-1 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Feitinha Pro Poeta (Powell/Freire) 5:58
  2. Dindi (Jobim/de Oliveira) 3:05
  3. Consolação (Powell/de Moraes) 6:15
  4. Tristeza E Solidão (Powell/de Moraes) 2:30
  5. Samba Triste (Powell/Blanco) 4:15
  6. Euridice (de Moraes) 4:05
  7. All The Things You Are (Kern/Hammerstein) 4:20
  8. Reza (Lobo/Guerra) 3:45

Note: Reissued (along with two other sessions without Weber) on a 2 CD set, Baden Powell: Three Originals, MPS 519 216-2

recorded November 11, 1967, Saba Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Baden Powell, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Charly Antolini, drums; Sidney Smith, flute on 2, 4, 5, 8

Dieter Reith: Open Drive Center 17027 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Sister Sadie (Horace Silver) 7:23
  2. Follow Me (Heinz Kitschenberg) 6:19
  3. Terrace Theme (Joe Benjamin) 5:38
  4. Open Drive (Dieter Reith) 4:33
  5. Second Hand Whistler (Heinz Kitschenberg) 5:32
  6. Halogen (Dieter Reith) 8:36

recorded 1968, Germany

Heinz Kitschenberg, guitar; Dieter Reith, organ; Eberhard Weber, bass; Roland Wittich, drums

George Gruntz: St. Peter Power MPS 15186, MPS/BASF CRM 673,
  MPS/BASF 21 20673-4 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. I'll Remember Clifford (Benny Golson) 2:48
  2. Summertime (George Gershwin) 4:03
  3. God Bless The Child (Billie Holiday) 2:28
  4. Lonely Woman (Ornette Coleman) 2:45
  5. My Funny Valentine (Rodgers/Hart) 3:20
  6. You Don't Know What Love Is (Raye/DePaul) 2:34
  7. Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen (traditional, arr. Gruntz) 2:34
  8. Django (John Lewis) 4:47
  9. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern) 2:33
  10. Jesus Maria (Carla Bley) 3:09

recorded July 15-16, 1968, Kloster- und Pfarrkirche St. Peter, Schwarzwald, Germany

George Gruntz, church organ; Eberhard Weber, bass; Daniel Humair, drums

Fred van Hove/Wolfgang Dauner: Requiem For Che Guevara MPS 15205, MPS/BASF CRM 681, MPS/BASF 21 20681-5 (Germany),
  MPS 15009 (France), Crystal 45303 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Psalmus Spei For Choir And Jazz Group (Dauner) 13:07
  2. Requiem For Che Guevara, Martin Luther King, John F. and Robert Kennedy, Malcolm X (van Hove) 17:30

recorded live November 10, 1968, Kirche am Südstern, Berlin

on track 1: Manfred Schoof, trumpet; Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone; Wolfgang Dauner, organ, electra-melodica; Eberhard Weber, cello; Jürgen Karg, bass; Fred Braceful, drums; Kantorei an St. Martin, choir; Klaus Martin Ziegler, conductor

on track 2: Ed Kröger, trombone; Willem Breuker, Cel Overberghe, Kris Wanders, saxophones; Fred van Hove, organ; Peter Kowald, bass; Han Bennink, drums

Lucky Thompson: A Lucky Songbook In Europe MPS 15231, MPS/BASF CRM 699,
  MPS/BASF 21 20699-8 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Sauvabelin 6:15
  Lady Gail 5:33
  Street Of Dreams (Lewis/Young) 3:59
  Soul City 5:46
  Easy Living (Robin/Rainger/Razaf/Waller) 6:12
  I Came From Sunday 5:20
  Centre Ville 6:15

composed by Lucky Thompson except as noted

recorded March 13, 1969, MPS Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Lucky Thompson, tenor and soprano saxophones; René Thomas, guitar; Fats Sadi, vibraphone, bongos, congas; Ingfried Hoffmann, organ; Eberhard Weber, bass; Stu Martin, drums

Wolfgang Dauner/Eberhard Weber/Jürgen Karg/Fred Braceful: Für... Calig 30603 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Über Musik:  
  a. Voices 1:22
  b. Arco 0:23
  2. Blues 1:55
  3. Karg (Jürgen Karg) 4:44
  4. Pamukkale 4:45
  5. 4’38" 4:38
  6. Beat 2:25
  7. Op. 5 (Wladyslaw Bankstein) 4:08
  8. Bemerkung 0:14
  a. Gespräch 0:30
  b. Dauner 3:30
  9. Tape Two 4:08
  10. Ab – C 0:35
  11. Braceful (Fred Braceful) 0:35

composed by Dauner except as noted

recorded April 29, 1969, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg
except track 3 recorded April 3, 1969, Saarbrücken

Wolfgang Dauner, piano, voice, trombone, organ, violin, electro-melodica, percussion; Eberhard Weber, cello, bass, voice; Jürgen Karg, bass, voice; Fred Braceful, drums, voice

Wolfgang Dauner Quintet: The Oimels MPS 15248, MPS/BASF CRM 710, MPS/BASF 21 20710-2 (Germany),
  Crystal 45302 (Germany) [LP], MPS POCJ-2542 (Japan) [CD]
   
  1. Oh Baby I Don’t Love You Anymore 4:20
  2. Take Off Your Clothes To Feel The Setting Sun 4:00
  3. My Man’s Gone Now (Gershwin) 3:30
  4. Come On In On In 3:32
  5. Dig My Girl 7:32
  6. Greensleeves (traditional) 3:55
  7. Uwiii 2:56
  8. A Day In The Life (Lennon/McCartney) 2:57

Note: Tracks 2, 8 are also included on the compilation Wolfgang Dauner: Get Up And Dauner - MPS 533 548-2 [CD].

composed by Dauner except as noted

recorded July 1969, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany

Pierre Cavalli, guitar; Siegfried Schwab, guitar, sitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, organ, voice; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello, voice; Roland Wittich, drums, voice

Wolfgang Dauner/Reinhold Finkbeiner: Musica Sacra Nova II Schwann 602 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Dauner: Beobachtungen für Stimmen und Instrumente  
  2. Finkbeiner: Epiphanie für Sopran-, Alt- und Baritonsolo, drei Schlagzeuggruppen und Orgel  

recorded circa 1969

on side 1: Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Wolfgang Dauner, prepared piano, electronic instruments; Eberhard Weber, cello, bass; Fred Braceful, percussion; Vocal Ensemble Kassel, conducted by Klaus Martin Siegler
on side 2: Dorothea Förster-Dürchlich, Margret Reuter-Edzard, Eric Stumm, voice; Reinhold Finkbeiner, organ; Percussion Ensemble Kassel, conducted by Klaus Martin Siegler

Wolfgang Dauner Group: Rischkas Soul Brain 0060.403 (Germany) [LP]
(also issued as This Is Wolfgang Dauner) Brain 200.150 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Reading Machine 5:00
  2. Kamasutram 3:50
  3. Blues Far Out 3:40
  4. Jive Samba (Nat Adderley) 7:28
  5. Flute-Woman 5:42
  6. Just Bring It Out (Siegfried Schwab) 4:18

composed by Dauner except as noted

recording details not provided – circa 1969

Siegfried Schwab, guitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, organ, flute; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello; Roland Wittich, Fred Braceful, drums

Wolfgang Dauner Trio: Music Zounds MPS 15270, MPS/BASF CRM 729, MPS/BASF 21 20729-3 (Germany),
  Crystal 45299 (Germany) [LP], MPS (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Leap Tick 4:03
  2. The Things We Did Last Summer (Cahn/Stine) 4:35
  3. Diäthylaminoäthyl 5:30
  4. Es Läuft 3:45
  5. Here Come De Honey Man (Gershwin) 6:17
  6. Blue Light (Brunner-Schwer) 7:48
  7. Golden Green (J.L. Ponty) 6:05

Note: Tracks 1, 3 are also included on the compilation Wolfgang Dauner: Get Up And Dauner - MPS 533 548-2 [CD].

composed by Dauner except as noted

recorded February 1970, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany

Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Roland Wittich, drums

Art van Damme: Blue World MPS 15277, MPS/BASF CRM 736, MPS/BASF 21 20736-6 (Germany),
  PAUSA 7027 [LP], MPS (Germany) [CD]
   
  Blue Lou (Sampson/Mills) 2:40
  It's A Blue World (Bourne) 3:10
  My Kind Of Love (Alter/Trent) 2:32
  Laura (Raskin/Mercer/Rainer) 4:08
  Too Close For Comfort (Bock/Holofcener/Weiss) 2:10
  When Your Lover Has Gone (Swan) 3:06
  The Song Is You (Kern/Hammerstein) 2:15
  The Things We Did Last Summer (Styne/Cahn) 3:32
  Cheek To Cheek (Berlin/Linde/Antell) 2:40
  On The Alamo (Jones/Kahn) 3:40
  Jim (Petrillo/Ross/Shawn) 3:10
  Diane (Rapee/Pollack) 2:57

Note: CD reissue combines 'Blue World' and 'Keep Going' (see immediately below).

recorded June 8-12, 1970, MPS Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Joe Pass, guitar; Heribert Thusek, vibraphone; Art van Damme, accordion; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Art van Damme: Keep Going MPS 15278, MPS/BASF CRM 737, MPS/BASF 21 20737-4 (Germany),
  PAUSA 7104 [LP], MPS (Germany) [CD]
   
  Turnabout (van Damme/Calzaretta) 2:22
  Sunday Kind Of Love (Belle/Prima/Leonard/Rhodes) 2:03
  I Want To Be Happy (Caesar/Youmans/Gravengaard) 2:12
  Tenderly (Gross/Lawrence/Fuchsberger) 3:18
  Gone With The Wind (Magidson/Wrubel/Bowman/Bowland) 3:22
  Everything I've Got (Rodgers/Hart) 2:20
  Let Yourself Down (van Damme/Doerschuk) 2:00
  Green Dolphin Street (Kaper/Washington) 3:41
  I Saw Stars (Sigler/Goodhart/Hoffman) 2:17
  Small World (Styne/Sondheim) 2:15
  It's Easy To Remember (Rodgers/Hart) 2:57
  The Man I Love (Gershwin) 2:08

Note: CD reissue combines 'Blue World' and 'Keep Going' (see immediately above).

recorded June 8-12, 1970, MPS Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Joe Pass, guitar; Heribert Thusek, vibraphone; Art van Damme, accordion; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Joe Pass: Intercontinental MPS 15279, MPS/BASF CRM 738, MPS/BASF 21 20738-2 (Germany),
  PAUSA 7043 [LP], MPS (Japan) [CD]
   
  Chloë (Kahn/Moret) 5:24
  Meditation (Simmons/Jobim/Mendonca) 5:25
  I Cover The Waterfront (J.W. Green) 4:15
  I Love You (Archer/Thompson/Rebner/Porter/Welch) 5:00
  Stompin’ At The Savoy (Goodman/Webb/Samson/Razaf) 4:15
  Watch What Happens (Michel Legrand) 5:25
  Joe’s Blues (Joe Pass) 6:00
  El Gento (Willi Fruth) 4:03
  Ode To Billy Joe (Bobby Gentry) 3:30
  Li’l Darlin’ (Neal Hefti) 3:45

recorded June 1970, MPS Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Joe Pass, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Internationales New Jazz Meeting Auf Burg Altena JG 21/22 (Germany) [2LP]
   
  track title not provided  

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded June 1970, Altena, Germany

Wolfgang Dauner, piano, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Fred Braceful, drums

Knut Kiesewetter: Stop! Watch! And Listen! MPS 15284, MPS/BASF CRM 743,
  MPS/BASF 21 20743-9 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Whisper Not (Golson/Hendricks) 3:49
  Sometimes In Winter (Katz) 4:13
  Roll On The Left Side (Reith/O'Brian/Docker) 4:54
  Work Song (Adderley/Brown) 7:44
  Morning And Evening Blues (Kiesewetter) 4:23
  Fool On The Hill (Lennon/McCartney) 4:19
  I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Taylor/Simone) 5:00
  Body And Soul (Green/Heyman/Sour/Eyton) 4:31

recorded July 2-3, 1970, MPS Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany

Knut Kiesewetter, voice; Ack van Rooyen, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Leo Wright, alto saxophone, flute; Gerd Dudek, tenor saxophone; Heinz Kitschenberg, guitar; Dieter Reith, organ; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Jazz Festival in Zurich MPS/BASF CRP 843, MPS/BASF 25 20843-5 (Germany) [2LP]
   
  Bunauara (Gruntz) 23:35

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded live September 18, 1970, Zurich

George Gruntz Dream Group: Franco Ambrosetti, trumpet; Dexter Gordon, tenor saxophone; Michel Portal, bass clarinet, tarogato; George Gruntz, piano; Eberhard Weber, Beb Guerin, bass; Tony Oxley, Pierre Favre, drums

Wolfgang Dauner: Output ECM 1006 [LP]
   
  1. Mudations 5:45
  2. Output 7:42
  3. Bruch 4:15
  4. Nothing To Declare 10:40
  5. Abraxas 4:24
  6. Brazing The High Sky Full (Braceful/Dauner) 4:25

composed by Dauner except as noted

recorded September 15 & October 1, 1970, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Wolfgang Dauner, piano, clavinet; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello; Fred Braceful, drums

Et Cetera Global 6306 901 (Germany) [LP], Long Hair LHC00071 (Germany) [CD]
also issued as Et Cetera: Lady Blue Brain 40.177 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Thursday Morning Sunrise 11:35
  2. Lady Blue (text: Braceful) 3:02
  3. Mellodrama Nr. 2A (Schwab) 5:12
  4. Raga (Schwab) 16:11
  5. Milkstreets 4:08
  6. Behind The Stage 6:35
  7. Tau Ceti 7:10
  8. Kabul 8:51

Note: Tracks 6-8 are on the CD edition only.

composed by Wolfgang Dauner except as noted

recorded December 9-12, 1970, Orange Recording Studios, London

Siegfried Schwab, guitars, surmandel, sitar, tarang, lute, veena, sarangi, tambura, psalter, flutes, balafon, kalimba; Wolfgang Dauner, synthesizer, piano, clavinet, clavichord, percussion, trumpet, flutes; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello; Roland Wittich, drums, percussion; Fred Braceful, drums, percussion, voice on track 2

Michael Naura Quartet: Call MPS/BASF CRM 877, MPS/BASF 21 20877-1 (Germany) [LP]
  MPS 543 111-2 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Soledad De Murcia 5:57
  2. M. O. C. 3:37
  3. Forgotten Garden 5:53
  4. Take Us Down To The River 3:58
  5. Why Is Mary So Nervous? 5:28
  6. Don’t Stop 4:56
  7. Miriam 3:48
  8. Call 5:03

all composed by Naura

recorded December 28, 1970, Windrose Studio, Hamburg

Wolfgang Schlüter, vibraphone; Michael Naura, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Joe Nay, drums

Mal Waldron: The Call JAPO 60001 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. The Call 18:53
  2. Thoughts 21:50

all composed by Waldron

recorded February 1, 1971, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Mal Waldron, electric piano; Jimmy Jackson, organ; Eberhard Weber, bass; Fred Braceful, drums

Stephane Grappelli: Afternoon In Paris MPS/BASF CRM 876, MPS/BASF 21 20876-1 (Germany),
  MPS 15066 (France) , MPS/BASF MB 20876 (USA),
  PAUSA 7071 (USA) [LP], MPS 821865-2 [CD]
   
  1. This Can’t Be Love (Rodgers/Hart) 3:15
  2. Time After Time (Cahn/Styne) 3:56
  3. Undecided (Shavers/Robin) 3:23
  4. You Were Only Passing By (Misraki/Hess/Bennefeld) 5:30
  5. Tangerine (Schertzinger/Mercer) 4:31
  6. Chicago (Fisher/Roullier/Stani) 4:13
  7. Manoir De Mes Reves/Daphne (D. Reinhardt) 4:20
  8. Misty (E. Garner) 3:41
  9. Afternoon In Paris (J. Lewis) 4:41
  10. Autumn Leaves (Kosma/Prevert) 5:30

recorded March 1, 1971, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany

Stephane Grappelli, violin; Marc Hemmeler, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Rolf Kühn Jazzgroup: Devil in Paradise MPS/BASF 20 21078-2 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Diäthylaminoäthyl (Dauner) 6:55
  2. Devil In Paradise (R. Kühn/R. Jürgensen/J. Kühn) 6:43
  3. More, More, More And More (R. Kühn) 5:24
  4. Wind In The Willows (R. Kühn) 12:05
  5. Clowny (Mangelsdorff) 6:48

recorded June 20-21, 1971, Cornet Studios, Köln

Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Rolf Kühn, clarinet; Alan Skidmore, tenor saxophone; Joachim Kühn, piano; Wolfgang Dauner, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Tony Oxley, drums

Norddeutscher Rundfunk - Jazzworkshop 1971 NDR 654 963 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Blues In Latin (Herbolzheimer) 11:00

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded 1971, Germany

Art Farmer, fluegelhorn; Ack van Rooyen, Palle Mikkelborg, Rick Kiefer, trumpet; Jiggs Whigham, Peter Herbolzheimer, Rudi Fuesers, trombone; Herb Geller, alto saxophone; Dieter Reith, organ; Eberhard Weber, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, bass; Tony Inzalaco, drums; Joe Harris, timbales; Horst Mühlbradt, congas

Baden Powell: Solitude on Guitar CBS S 65494 (Germany) [LP], Columbia COL 47892 2 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Introduçao Ao Poema Dos Olhos Da Amada
(Baden Powell/Paulo Soledade/Vinicius de Moraes)
3:27
  2. Chará (Baden Powell) 2:14
  3. Se Todos Fossem Iguais A Voce (A. C. Jobim/Vinicius de Moraes) 2:10
  4. Márcia, Eu Te Amo (Baden Powell) 5:10
  5. Na Gafieira Do Vidigal (Baden Powell) 5:20
  6. Kommt Ein Vogel Geflogen (traditional) 1:33
  7. Fim Da Linha (Baden Powell) 2:55
  8. The Shadow Of Your Smile (Johnny Mandel) 2:00
  9. Brasiliana (Baden Powell) 3:27
  10. Bassamba (Eberhard Weber) 4:41
  11. Por Causa De Você (A. C. Jobim/Dolores Duran) 2:56
  12. Solitário (Baden Powell) 2:52

recorded December 10-11, 1971, Studio Walldorf, Germany

Baden Powell, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass on 4, 10; Joaquim Paes Henriques, drums on 2, 4, 5, 7, 10

Baden Powell: Grandezza on Guitar CBS 80141 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Apelo (Baden Powell/Vinicius de Moraes) 4:52
  2. Tributo Ao Julio 8:18
  3. Samba De Lamento 5:23
  4. Labareda 8:53
  5. It Was A Wonderful Year (Drake) 2:44
  6. Improvisation Before Breakfast 8:34

composed by Baden Powell except as noted

recorded December 10-11, 1971, Studio Walldorf, Germany

Herb Geller, flute, alto flute; Baden Powell, guitar, voice on 3; Eberhard Weber, bass; Joaquim Paes Henriques, drums

Volker Kriegel: Inside: Missing Link MPS 88.030-2 (Germany) [2LP], MPS 06025 2714857 (Germany) [2CD]
   
  1. Slums On Wheels 13:24
  2. The "E" Again 6:36
  3. Zanzibar (E. Lobo) 10:22
  4. Missing Link 12:03
  5. Für Hector 5:45
  6. Remis 4:26
  7. Tarang (Eberhard Weber) 10:00
  8. Lastic Plemon 5:21
  9. Janellas Abertas (C. Veloso) 4:09
  10. Plonk Whenever 4:06
  11. Definitely Suspicious 5:55
  12. Finale 0:10

composed by Kriegel except as noted

recorded March 20-23, 1972, Tonstudio Walldorf, Germany

on tracks 1-4: Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Alan Skidmore, soprano and tenor saxophone; Heinz Sauer, tenor saxophone; Volker Kriegel, guitars; John Taylor, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass, bass guitar; John Marshall, drums; Cees See, percussion

on tracks 5-12: Volker Kriegel, guitars; John Taylor, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass, bass guitar; Peter Baumeister, drums; Cees See, percussion

The New Dave Pike Set & Grupo Baiafro In Bahia: Salomão MPS/BASF 21 21541-5 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Salomão (trad./Pike/Kriegel/Weber/Hellman) 13:22
  2. Berimbass (Weber/Camardelli) 5:36
  3. An Evening With Vincent van Ritz (Weber) 4:00
  4. Samba De Rhoda/Dave (Pike/Baiafro) 5:14
  5. Baion/Eberhard (Weber/Baiafro) 4:18
  6. Baiafrock/Volker (Kriegel/Baiafro) 3:30
  7. Marc (Hellman) 2:06
  8. Baiafro (Baiafro) 5:18

recorded June 18-21, 1972, Somil Studios, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Volker Kriegel, guitar; Dave Pike, vibraphone; Eberhard Weber, bass; Marc Hellman, drums; Djalma Correa, Edson Emeterio de Sant’ana, Onias Carmadelli, percussion

Michael Naura Quartet: Rainbow Runner Spiegelei 28522-1U (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Sailfish 7:04
  2. Turtle Bay 4:40
  3. Rainbow Runner 7:30
  4. Black Marlin 7:42
  5. Watamu 2:19
  6. Wahoo 5:35
  7. Barrakuda 4:23

all composed by Naura

recorded Windrose Studios, Hamburg, date not provided – circa 1973

Wolfgang Schlüter, vibraphone; Michael Naura, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Joe Nay, drums

Norddeutscher Rundfunk - Jazzworkshop '73 NDR 0666 238 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Electric Blue (Weber) 18:50

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded January 26, 1973, Funkhaus Hamburg

Stan Sulzmann, soprano saxophone; Zbigniew Seifert, violin; Peter Warren, cello; Volker Kriegel, guitar; John Taylor, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Joe Nay, drums; Peter Giger, percussion

Volker Kriegel: Lift! MPS/BASF 21 21175-1, MPS 68.035 (Germany) [LP]
  MPS 06025 2714859 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Lift! 6:54
  2. Three Or Two In One 6:07
  3. Forty Colours (Weber) 3:26
  4. A Piece With A Chord From A Yorkshire Terrier 6:05
  5. Electric Blue (Weber) 8:55
  6. The Lame Donkey (Weber) 2:40
  7. Between The Seasons 4:38
  8. Blue Titmouse 3:55

Note: Track 2 is also included on the compilation Volker Kriegel: Das Beste Aus Den Siebzigern - MPS 0066893 [2CD].

composed by Kriegel except as noted

recorded March 5-10, 1973, Biton Studio, Frankfurt

Stan Sulzmann, soprano saxophone, flute; Zbigniew Seifert, electric violin; Volker Kriegel, guitars; John Taylor, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello, bass guitar, ocarina, piano on 6; John Marshall, drums; Cees See, percussion; Almuth Schröder, celli on 6

Heidelberger Jazztage '73 Live! MPS/BASF 21 21913-5 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Lastic Plemon (Kriegel) 6:35

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded June 1, 1973, Stadthalle, Heidelberg

Spectrum: Volker Kriegel, guitar; Rainer Brüninghaus, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Joe Nay, drums

Jazzensemble Des Hessischen Rundfunks: Atmospheric Conditions Permitting ECM 1549/50 [2CD]
   
  5. Incantation For An Alto Player (Joki Freund) 7:04

Note: This 1995 release includes recordings from 1967-1993. See June 20, 1981 for one more track with Weber.

recorded June 2, 1973, Hessischer Rundfunk, Frankfurt

Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Emil Mangelsdorff, flute; Günter Kronberg, alto saxophone; Heinz Sauer, Joki Freund, tenor saxophones; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Rainer Brüninghaus, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Ralf-R. Hübner, drums

The Singers Unlimited with Art van Damme: Invitation MPS/BASF 21 22016-8, MPS/BASF DC 220 168,
  MPS 68.107 (Germany), MPS/BASF MC 22016 (USA) [LP]
   
  Spring Is Here (Rodgers/Hart) 2:30
  But Beautiful (Burke/van Heusen) 3:02
  We Could Be Flying (Columbier/Williams) 4:22
  Violets For Your Furs (Adair/Dennis) 4:21
  Invitation (Webster/Kaper) 4:04
  Cherry (Redman) 2:23
  Ecstasy (van Damme/Skalinder) 3:30
  Let There Be Love (Gibb) 2:34
  My One And Only Love (Mellin/Wood) 3:44
  Wave (Jobim) 3:16
  Goodbye (Jenkins) 2:53

recorded June 1973, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany

Gene Puerling, Don Shelton, Len Dresslar, Bonnie Herman, voice; Sigi Schwab, guitar; Heribert Thusek, vibraphone; Art van Damme, accordion; Eberhard Weber, bass; Charly Antolini, drums

Art van Damme: With Strings MPS 0068.239 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Perdido (Tizol) 2:43
  Polka Dots And Moonbeams (Burke/van Heusen) 3:11
  Mountain Greenery (Rodgers/Hart) 2:25
  We've Only Just Begun (Williams/Nickels) 3:26
  So Nice (Valle/Gimbel) 2:53
  What's New (Haggart/Burke) 4:07
  On A Clear Day (Lerner/Lane) 3:19
  How Insensitive (Jobim/Gimbel/de Moraes) 3:45
  Work Song (Adderley/Brown) 2:32
  Moonlight In Vermont (Suessdorf/Blackburn) 3:57
  A Man And A Woman (Barouh/Lai) 1:59
  Quiet Nights (Jobim/Lees) 3:04

recorded June 12-13, 1973, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany
strings recorded March 6, 1979

Sigi Schwab, guitar; Heribert Thusek, vibraphone; Art van Damme, accordion; Eberhard Weber, bass; Charly Antolini, drums; string section

Helge Hurum: Spectre - The Unreleased Works 1971-1982 Plastic Strip PSPCD 703 (Norway) [CD]
   
  7. This Time Oslo (Hurum) 11:36

Note: Other tracks are from other dates without Weber.

recorded live November 23, 1973, Oslo

EBU Big Band with soloists Christian Beck, trumpet; Frode Thingnaes, trombone; Erik Andresen, alto saxophone; Bjørn Johansen, tenor saxophone; Eberhard Weber, bass

Eberhard Weber: The Colours of Chloë ECM 1042 [LP/CD]
   
  1. More Colours 6:39
  2. The Colours of Chloë 7:45
  3. An Evening With Vincent Van Ritz 5:46
  4. No Motion Picture 19:32

Note: Track 1 is also included on the compilation Eberhard Weber: Works - ECM [LP/CD].

all composed by Weber

recorded December 1973, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello, ocarina, voice; Peter Giger, drums; Ralf Hübner, drums on 2; Ack van Rooyen, fluegelhorn; Gisela Schäuble, voice; celli of Südfunk Orchestra, Stuttgart

Claus Cornell/Open Music Group: Circle of Dreams Hallelujah (Switzerland) X 636 [LP]
   
  1. Circle I 7:38
  2. Circle II 12:05
  3. Circle III 7:25
  4. Circle IV 12:30

all composed by Claus Cornell

recorded 1974, Phonag Tonstudio, Lindau

Claus Cornell, conductor; Open Music Group [Anna-Marie Sommer, flute; Hanspeter Zehnder, trombone; Urs Frauchiger, cello; Willy Bischof, keyboards; Urs Herdi, Hanspeter Völkle, percussion]; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Peter Giger, drums; Choir of the Municipal Literargymnasium Bern-Neufeld, conducted by Adolf Burkhardt

Volker Kriegel & Spectrum: Mild Maniac MPS/BASF 21 22020-6, MPS 0068.036 (Germany),
  MPS/Delta 5D-064D-60183 (Netherlands) [LP]
   
  1. Mindwill 6:45
  2. Prinz Eisenherz 4:37
  3. Schnellhörspiel 5:26
  4. Mild Maniac 5:08
  5. The Visit 7:26
  6. D-Dödel (Brüninghaus/Kriegel/Weber/Nay) 12:12

Note: Track 4 is also included on the compilation Volker Kriegel: Das Beste Aus Den Siebzigern - MPS 0066893 [2CD].

composed by Kriegel except as noted

recorded February 18-23, 1974, Studio Walldorf, Germany

Volker Kriegel, guitars, bass guitar on 1; Rainer Brüninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello, bass guitar; Joe Nay, drums; Peter Giger, percussion

Gary Burton Quintet with Eberhard Weber: Ring ECM 1051 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Mevlevia (Goodrick) 6:01
  2. Unfinished Sympathy (Mike Gibbs) 3:03
  3. Tunnel Of Love (Gibbs) 5:30
  4. Intrude (Gibbs) 4:47
  5. Silent Spring (Carla Bley) 10:37
  6. The Colours of Chloë (Weber) 7:12

Note: Track 3 is also included on the compilation Gary Burton: Works - ECM [LP/CD].

recorded July 23-24, 1974, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Mick Goodrick, Pat Metheny, guitars; Gary Burton, vibraphone; Steve Swallow, bass guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Bob Moses, drums

Michael Naura: Vanessa ECM 1053 [LP]
   
  1. Salvatore 11:38
  2. Hills (Naura/Weber/Nay) 2:40
  3. Baboon (Naura/Schlüter) 3:17
  4. Vanessa 5:55
  5. Listen To Me 6:33
  6. Black Pigeon (Naura/Thunemann) 6:50

composed by Naura except as noted

recorded September 1974, Windrose Studios, Hamburg

Wolfgang Schlüter, vibraphone, marimba; Michael Naura, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Joe Nay, drums; Klaus Thunemann, bassoon on 1, 3, 6

Ernest Ranglin: Ranglypso MPS/BASF 20 22677-8, MPS 0068.153 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Mento-Time In Jamaica (Ranglin) 4:40
  Feel Like Making Love (McDaniels) 6:43
  Escape To Villingen Blues (Alexander/Ranglin) 5:29
  Tico Tico (Abrou) 4:10
  Ranglypso (Alexander/Ranglin) 6:38
  You Make Me Feel Brand New (Bell/Creed) 5:39
  Honky Tonk (Doggett/Shepherd) 5:21
  Freeway (Ranglin) 5:40

recorded October 24, 1974, MPS Studio, Villingen, Germany

Ernest Ranglin, guitar; Monty Alexander, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Monty Alexander: Love And Sunshine MPS/BASF 20 22620-4, MPS 68.043 (Germany) [LP]
(also issued as Monty Alexander: Now's The Time) PAUSA PR 7032 (USA) [LP]
   
  S.K.J. (Jackson) 7:21
  Summer Of '42 (Legrand) 7:01
  Now's The Time (Parker) 4:51
  You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Wonder) 8:26
  Feel Like Making Love (McDaniels) 7:04
  On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (Lerner/Lane) 6:56

recorded live October 25, 1974, Villingen, Germany

Ernest Ranglin, guitar; Monty Alexander, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Monty Alexander: Unlimited Love MPS/BASF 20 22787-1, MPS 68.044 (Germany) [LP]
(also issued as Monty Alexander: Monty Strikes Again) MPS 0068.044 (Germany) [LP]
   
  On Green Dolphin Street (Kaper/Washington) 7:46
  Emily (Mercer/Mandel) 7:55
  Alypso (Alexander) 3:46
  The Entertainer (Joplin) 8:33
  Chameleon (Hancock/Mason/Maupin/Jackson) 7:01
  Unlimited Love (Alexander) 6:44

recorded live October 25, 1974, Villingen, Germany

Ernest Ranglin, guitar; Monty Alexander, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Kenny Clare, drums

Ralph Towner: Solstice ECM 1060 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Oceanus 10:58
  2. Visitation 2:32
  3. Drifting Petals 6:56
  4. Nimbus 6:25
  5. Winter Solstice 3:58
  6. Piscean Dance 3:33
  7. Red And Black 1:12
  8. Sand (Eberhard Weber) 4:07

Note: Tracks 1, 4 are also included on the compilation Ralph Towner: Works - ECM [LP/CD].
Track 8 is also included on the compilation Eberhard Weber: Works - ECM [LP/CD].

composed by Towner except as noted

recorded December 1974, Arne Bendiksen Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, flute; Ralph Towner, guitars, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello; Jon Christensen, drums

Horst Jankowski & Quartet: Sunshine Of My Life Intercord 26 476-2U (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. More (Ortolani)  
  2. Flower Power (Reith)  
  3. Nadine (Jankowski)  
  4. Norwegian Wood (Lennon/McCartney)  
  5. Aranjuez (Rodriguez)  
  6. Gordon's Special (Jankowski)  
  7. The Entertainer (Joplin)  
  8. Windy (Reith)  
  9. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Wonder)  
  10. Sing, Sing A Song (Raposo)  
  11. Lady Nova (Darie)  
  12. Heartbeat (Rabe)  

recorded circa 1975, Jankowski Studio, Stuttgart

Pierre Cavalli, guitar; Horst Jankowski, piano; Dieter Reith, electric piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Ronnie Stevenson, drums

1. New Jazz Festival Hamburg ’75 Polydor 2371618 (Germany) [LP]
   
  3. Appellation (Weber/Brüninghaus) 11:55

Note: Other tracks are by Terje Rypdal, Tomasz Stanko, Dave Liebman.

recorded live June 8, 1975, Fabrik, Hamburg

Eberhard Weber Colours: Charlie Mariano, soprano saxophone, flute; Rainer Brüninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Christensen, drums

Eberhard Weber: Yellow Fields ECM 1066 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Touch 4:58
  2. Sand-Glass 15:40
  3. Yellow Fields 10:05
  4. Left Lane 13:35

Note: Track 1 is also included on the compilation Eberhard Weber: Works - ECM [LP/CD].
This complete record is included in the 2009 box set Eberhard Weber: Colours - ECM 2133-35 [3CD].

all composed by Weber

recorded September 1975, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Charlie Mariano, soprano saxophone, shenai, nagaswaram; Rainer Brüninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Christensen, drums

Dieter Süverkrüp/Wolfgang Dauner: Das Auto Blubberbumm: Ein Musical für Kinder Pläne 20503 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Das Auto Blubberbumm  

composed by Süverkrüp/Dauner, text by Süverkrüp

recorded 1976, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Ack van Rooyen, trumpet; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Volker Kriegel, guitars; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, organ, synthesizer, oboe, percussion; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jörg Gebhardt, drums, percussion; Karl Friedrich, Dieter Eppler, Inge Brandenburg, Heide Rohweder, Christel König, Hans Timerding, Peter Schmitz, Dieter Süverkrüp, Erwin Scherschel, Hans-Jörg Assmann, Wolfgang Höper, voices

Hinze/Schwab/Weber/Kovacev: Wide And Blue Musicians Record Co. 1C 066-45 420 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Danielle 5:50
  2. Fatima 7:05
  3. Wide And Blue 6:25
  4. Tales From Nowhere 10:30
  5. Thanks For Being Being (Chris Hinze) 5:05
  6. Do It Nice For Me 5:35

composed by Mladen Gutesha except as noted

recorded February 1976, Studio Barbarossa, Munich

Chris Hinze, flute, alto flute; Sigi Schwab, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Lala Kovacev, drums

Benny Bailey: Islands ENJA ENJ-20822 (Germany) [LP/CD]
   
  1. So Far As I Know 8:54
  2. Estrelle 9:51
  3. To Fly Or Not To Fly 6:42
  4. One Of Those Love Songs 4:33
  5. Remember The Islands 9:11

all composed by Mladen Gutesha

recorded May 25-26, 1976, Studio Barbarossa, Munich

Benny Bailey, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Siegfried Schwab, guitar, sitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Lala Kovacev, drums

Eberhard Weber: The Following Morning ECM 1084 [LP/CD]
   
  1. T. On A White Horse 10:10
  2. Moana I 10:52
  3. The Following Morning 12:02
  4. Moana II 7:45

Note: Track 4 is also included on the compilation Eberhard Weber: Works - ECM [LP/CD].

all composed by Weber

recorded August 1976, Talent Studio, Oslo

Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, electric piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; members of Philharmonic Orchestra, Oslo, celli, french horns, oboe

Peter Rühmkorf: Kein Apolloprogramm Für Lyrik ECM 2305801SP [LP]
   
  1. Tagebuch [music: Sad Queen] (Naura) 7:25
  2. Undine Jetzt Mitten Im Klaren (Naura/Schlüter/Weber) 5:40
  3. Einen Zweiten Weg Ums Gehirn Rum 2:20
  4. Hochseil (Naura/Schlüter) 1:13
  5. Zirkus (Naura/Schlüter/Weber) 2:58
  6. Ständchen Für Marsyas (Naura) 1:57
  7. Kein Apolloprogramm Für Lyrik 5:30
  8. Meine Stelle Am Himmel [music: Pour Catherine] (Naura) 6:09
  9. Von Mir Zu Euch Für Uns 1:24
  10. Cicerone (Naura) 2:01
  11. Elegie (Naura) 2:10
  12. Komm Raus! (Naura/Schlüter/Weber) 2:08

all texts by Rühmkorf; music composed as noted above

recorded August 1976, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Peter Rühmkorf, recitation; Wolfgang Schlüter, vibraphone, marimba; Michael Naura, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello
on tracks 3, 7, 9: Rühmkorf alone

Gary Burton Quartet with Eberhard Weber: Passengers ECM 1092 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Sea Journey (Chick Corea) 9:15
  2. Nacada (Metheny) 4:11
  3. The Whopper (Metheny) 5:28
  4. B & G (Midwestern Night’s Dream) (Metheny) 8:23
  5. Yellow Fields (Weber) 6:58
  6. Claude And Betty (Swallow) 6:16

recorded November 1976, Talent Studio, Oslo

Pat Metheny, guitar; Gary Burton, vibraphone; Steve Swallow, bass guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Dan Gottlieb, drums

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Live Im Schützenhaus Mood 22666 (Germany) [LP], Mood 33.609 [CD]
   
  1. Circus Gambet (Kriegel) 6:01
  2. Hey Day (Carr) 7:40
  3. Steps Of M.C. Escher (Dauner) 8:39
  4. South Indian Line (Mariano) 7:18
  5. Hypnotic Pignose (Kriegel) 4:28
  6. The Love That Cannot Speak Its Name (Dauner) 8:34
  7. Be-Bop Rock (Dauner) 5:13

recorded live January 7-9, 1977, Schützenhaus, Stuttgart-Heslach

Ian Carr, trumpet; Ack van Rooyen, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Charlie Mariano, alto and soprano saxophone, nagaswaram; Barbara Thompson, tenor and soprano saxophone, flute; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, clavinet, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Hiseman, drums

Ralph Towner: Solstice / Sound And Shadows ECM 1095 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Distant Hills 10:43
  2. Balance Beam 10:38
  3. Along The Way 5:10
  4. Arion 8:40
  5. Song of the Shadows 9:25

all composed by Towner

recorded February 1977, Talent Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, flute; Ralph Towner, guitars, piano, french horn; Eberhard Weber, bass, cello; Jon Christensen, drums

Pat Metheny: Watercolors ECM 1097 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Watercolors 6:28
  2. Icefire 6:07
  3. Oasis 4:02
  4. Lakes 4:43
  5. River Quay 4:56
  6. Florida Greeting Song 2:30
  7. Legend Of The Fountain 2:28
  8. Sea Song 10:16

Note: Track 3 is also included on the compilation Pat Metheny: Works II - ECM [LP/CD].

all composed by Metheny

recorded February 1977, Talent Studio, Oslo

Pat Metheny, guitar; Lyle Mays, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Dan Gottlieb, drums

Siegfried Fietz: Von Guten Mãchten Wunderbar Geborgen Abakus 90011 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Von Guten Mãchten Wunderbar Geborgen 5:35
  2. Wer Bin Ich? 2:45
  3. Selig Sind Die Friedfertigen 2:45
  4. Den Dankbaren Zeigt Gott Den Weg 2:30
  5. Auf Dem Gipfel Des Gebirges [Tod Des Mose] 3:50
  6. Das Erste, Was Die Schrift Über Die Freude Sagt 6:04
  7. Nãchtliche Stimmen 16:35

all composed by Siegfried Fietz; arranged by Siegfried Schwab; texts by Dietrich Bonhoeffer

recorded March-April 1977, Barbarossa Tonstudio, Munich

Siegfried Fietz, voice; Helga Amper, Charlotte Bruhn, Angelika Tiefenböck, Alo Schnurrer, Wolfgang Schulz, chorus voices; Silos Pohanka, Walter Rab, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Werner Engold, trombone; Hans Wolf, english horn, flute, saxophone; Siegfried Schwab, guitar; Mladen Franko, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Lala Kovacev, drums; strings of the Münchner Philharmonikern

Norddeutscher Rundfunk - Jazzworkshop '77 NDR 0666 864 (Germany) [LP]
   
  Be-Bop Rock (Dauner) 9:05

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded September 14, 1977

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Ian Carr, trumpet; Ack van Rooyen, fluegelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Charlie Mariano, alto saxophone; Barbara Thompson, tenor saxophone; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Hiseman, drums

Eberhard Weber Colours: Silent Feet ECM 1107 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Seriously Deep 17:47
  2. Silent Feet 12:11
  3. Eyes That Can See In The Dark 12:19

Note: Track 3 is also included on the compilation Eberhard Weber: Works - ECM [LP/CD].
This complete record is included in the 2009 box set Eberhard Weber: Colours - ECM 2133-35 [3CD].

all composed by Weber

recorded November 1977, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

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

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Teamwork Mood 22999 (Germany) [LP], Mood 33.618 [CD]
   
  1. Gone With The Weed (Carr) 5:24
  2. Stumbling Henry’s Divorce March (Kriegel) 7:16
  3. Sicilian Steal (Thompson) 6:54
  4. Pale Smile (Weber) 4:00
  5. Albert’s Song (Mangelsdorff) 0:10
  6. Yin (Dauner) 5:38
  7. To An Elfin Princess (Mariano) 5:38
  8. Wart G’schwind (Mangelsdorff) 9:05

recorded January 13-16, 1978, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Ian Carr, trumpet; Ack van Rooyen, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Charlie Mariano, alto and soprano saxophone; Barbara Thompson, tenor and soprano saxophone; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Hiseman, drums

Martin Kolbe/Ralf Illenberger: Waves Mood 22900 (Germany) [LP/CD]
   
  4. Namenlos (Kolbe/Illenberger) 1:40
  7. In Der Halle Des Bergkönigs (Edvard Grieg, arr. Kolbe/Illenberger) 3:28

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.
The Kolbe/Illenberger LPs "Waves" and "Colouring The Leaves" have been reissued together on a single CD as Bell Records BLR 83751.

recorded March 20-27, 1978, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Martin Kolbe, Ralf Illenberger, acoustic guitars; Eberhard Weber, bass

Pop Jazz International Amiga 855474 (East Germany) [LP]
   
  3. Yellow Fields (Weber) 10:05

Note: Other tracks are by Rundfunk Big Band Berlin, Jazz Q Praha, Fusion.

recorded live March 25-26, 1978, Volksbühne, Berlin

Eberhard Weber Colours: Charlie Mariano, soprano saxophone; Rainer Brüninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; John Marshall, drums

Jan Garbarek Group: Photo With... ECM 1135 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Blue Sky 6:44
  2. White Cloud 9:03
  3. Windows 6:44
  4. Red Roof 7:48
  5. Wires 5:18
  6. The Picture 8:05

all composed by Garbarek

recorded December 1978, Talent Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones; Bill Connors, guitars; John Taylor, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Christensen, drums

Eberhard Weber: Fluid Rustle ECM 1137 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Quiet Departures 17:24
  2. Fluid Rustle 7:25
  3. A Pale Smile 9:06
  4. Visible Thoughts 5:00

all composed by Weber

recorded January 1979, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Bonnie Herman, Norma Winstone, voices; Bill Frisell, guitar, balalaika; Gary Burton, vibraharp, marimba; Eberhard Weber, bass, tarang

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: The Break Even Point Mood 23600 (Germany) [LP], Mood 33.619 [CD]
   
  1. Boorcet (Dauner) 6:11
  2. Chateau Sentimental (Kriegel) 5:40
  3. Sparrhärmlingslied (Mangelsdorff) 6:08
  4. Alfred Schmack (Weber) 4:44
  5. Sidewalk (Carr) 5:34
  6. Amber (Mariano) 4:48
  7. Song With No Name (Thompson) 6:33
  8. One Sin A While (Wheeler) 5:26

recorded April 12-15, 1979, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Ian Carr, Ack van Rooyen, Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Charlie Mariano, alto and soprano saxophone; Barbara Thompson, tenor and soprano saxophone; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Hiseman, drums

Norddeutscher Rundfunk - Jazzworkshop '79 NDR 0666 969 (Germany) [LP]
   
  2. Entering (Garbarek) 9:36

Note: The title above is as given on the jacket. The labels give the title as "NDR-Jazzworkshop 78/79".
Other tracks are by Pat Metheny Group, Petrowsky/Koch/Sommer, Woody Shaw Quintet, and Mangelsdorff/Andersen/Favre.

recorded July 10, 1979, Ball Pompös, Kiel

Jan Garbarek, tenor saxophone; Bill Connors, guitar; John Taylor, organ, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Christensen, drums

Martin Kolbe/Ralf Illenberger: Colouring The Leaves Mood 23700 (Germany) [LP]
   
  6. Emotions (Kolbe/Illenberger) 5:43
  9. Colouring The Leaves (Kolbe/Illenberger) 4:34

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.
The Kolbe/Illenberger LPs "Waves" and "Colouring The Leaves" have been reissued together on a single CD as Bell Records BLR 83751.

recorded April-October 1979, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Martin Kolbe, Ralf Illenberger, acoustic guitars, voices on 9; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, clavinet; Eberhard Weber, bass

Hannes Wader: Wieder Unterwegs Pläne 88711 (Germany) [LP/CD]
   
  1. So Was Gibt Es Noch 6:10
  2. Im Garten (Colin Wilkie, German text: Hannes Wader) 3:08
  3. Traum Vom Frieden (Ed McCurdy, German text: Hannes Wader) 2:51
  4. Unterschriftensammlung 9:52
  5. Freunde, Genossen 4:14
  6. Schlaf, Liebste 4:54
  7. Wieder Unterwegs 13:13

music and text by Hannes Wader except as noted

recorded circa 1979, Tonstudio St. Blasien, Northeim

Hannes Wader, voice, guitar; Martin Kolbe, Ralf Illenberger, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Lutz Berger, violin; Jörg Suckow, cello

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