EBERHARD WEBER DISCOGRAPHY (part 2)
compiled by Dan Kurdilla : updated February 1, 2010

Go to part 1 (1962-1979)

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.

Eberhard Weber Colours: Little Movements ECM 1186 [LP/CD]
   
  1. The Last Stage Of A Long Journey 9:36
  2. Bali (Brüninghaus) 12:26
  3. A Dark Spell 8:23
  4. Little Movements 7:26
  5. 'No Trees?' He Said 5:01

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].

composed by Weber except as noted

recorded July 1980, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

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

Jazzensemble Des Hessischen Rundfunks: Atmospheric Conditions Permitting ECM 1549/50 [2CD]
   
  3. Niemandsland (Hübner) 10:24

Note: This 1995 release includes recordings from 1967-1993. See June 2, 1973 for one more track with Weber.

recorded June 20, 1981, Hessischer Rundfunk, Frankfurt

Emil Mangelsdorff, flute; Joki Freund, soprano saxophone; Christof Lauer, tenor saxophone; Bill Frisell, guitar; Joerg Reiter, piano; Eberhard Weber, Günter Lenz, bass; Ralf-R. Hübner, drums

Volker Kriegel: Journal Mood 28627 (Germany) [LP], Mood 33.605 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Calcador 3:50
  2. Storyboard 4:49
  3. Am Wörthsee (Kriegel/H.P. Ströer) 4:40
  4. Naura 5:23
  5. Rheingold 4:05
  6. Marie-Therese (H.P. Ströer) 4:27
  7. Louise Colet & Nora Barnacle 4:05
  8. Schwebebahn 3:50
  9. Notiz Für Giorgio Morandi 3:19

composed by Kriegel except as noted

recorded August 1981, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Manfred Hofbauer, flute on 1; Volker Kriegel, guitars, synthesizer on 2, 5; Ralf Illenberger, Martin Kolbe, Friedemann Witecka, acoustic guitars on 2; Wolfgang Schlüter, vibraphone, marimba; Thomas Bettermann, piano on 5, 8; Hans-Peter Ströer, keyboards, bass guitar on 3, 5, 6; Capo Meyer, bass guitar on 6; Eberhard Weber, bass on 2, 4, 8; Ralf Hübner, drums on 2, 4, 8; Evert Fratermann, drums on 3, 5; Ernst Ströer, percussion on 1, 3, 5

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Live In Berlin Mood 28628 (Germany) [2LP], Mood 33.620 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Ausgeschlafen (Dauner) 6:45
  2. Red Room (Mariano) 11:30
  3. Storyboard (Kriegel) 4:30
  4. Out Of The Long Dark (Carr) 7:30
  5. Freibad Süd (Kriegel) 7:30
  6. Des’sch Too Much (Mangelsdorff) 10:22
  7. Simply This (Carr) 4:00
  8. Trans Tanz (Dauner) 7:00
  9. Adventures Of Water (Thompson) 12:12
  10. South Indian Line (Mariano) 8:10

Note: Track 9 is not included on the CD edition.

recorded live October 30-31, 1981, Quartier Latin, Berlin

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

Jan Garbarek: Paths, Prints ECM 1223 [LP/CD]
   
  1. The Path 7:11
  2. Footprints 10:03
  3. Kite Dance 5:33
  4. To B.E. 3:08
  5. The Move 6:39
  6. Arc 5:02
  7. Considering The Snail 6:30
  8. Still 6:16

all composed by Garbarek

recorded December 1981, Talent Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, flutes; Bill Frisell, guitars; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Christensen, drums

Mariano/van Rooyen/Schwab/Weber/Kovacev: Some Kind Of Changes Calig 30624 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Latin Someyiri 3:06
  2. Auf Wiedersehn Im November 2:56
  3. Captain Bobby (Ack van Rooyen) 2:47
  4. April Time 4:00
  5. Aiysha 2:54
  6. Blues, Once Again 3:13
  7. Brela (Wolf Droysen) 3:05
  8. Minor Seven And Four 3:00
  9. Cloudy Days And Fridays 2:57
  10. Fabienne (Gerd Bauer) 3:04
  11. Some Kind Of Changes 2:57
  12. Adriatic Girl (Lala Kovacev) 3:21

composed by Mladen Gutesha except as noted

recorded at Studio Meilhaus, Munich, date not provided (record issued 1982)

Ack van Rooyen, trumpet; Charlie Mariano, soprano saxophone; Siegfried Schwab, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Lala Kovacev, drums

Kate Bush: The Dreaming EMI ST-17084 [LP/CD]
   
  9. Houdini (Bush) 3:50

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded in England, date not provided (record issued 1982)

Kate Bush, voice, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Stuart Elliott, drums; strings written and arranged by Dave Lawson and Andrew Powell

Eberhard Weber: Later That Evening ECM 1231 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Maurizius 8:11
  2. Death In The Carwash 16:39
  3. Often In The Open 11:35
  4. Later That Evening 6:37

all composed by Weber

recorded March 1982, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Paul McCandless, soprano saxophone, oboe, english horn, bass clarinet; Bill Frisell, guitar; Lyle Mays, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Michael DiPasqua, drums

Jan Garbarek Group: Wayfarer ECM 1259 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Gesture 8:43
  2. Wayfarer 9:31
  3. Gentle 5:24
  4. Pendulum 10:20
  5. Spor 7:49
  6. Singsong 4:18

all composed by Garbarek

recorded March 1983, Talent Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones; Bill Frisell, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Michael DiPasqua, drums

Jan Vering: Spiritual Songs - How It Feels To Be Free Abakus 90058 (Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Ain't Nobody Nowhere Nothing Without God (Duke Ellington) 4:34
  2. Lord, Lord (D. Brubeck/I. Brubeck) 4:30
  3. Take Me To The Water (Nina Simone/Stevenson) 4:00
  4. Feeling Good (A. Newley/L. Bricusse) 3:12
  5. Elijah Rock (J. Hairston/M. Jackson) 3:04
  6. How It Feels To Be Free (Billy Taylor/Nina Simone) 4:04
  7. Ain't No Grave (traditional) 4:10
  8. This Train (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) 3:02
  9. Jesus Met The Woman (traditional) 3:33
  10. Everytime (traditional/Jan Vering) 3:17

recorded 1983, Abakus-Tonstudio
track 10 recorded live April 9, 1983, Hannover

Jan Vering, voice; Pat Garcia, voice on 9; Boite à Musique, vocal ensemble on 5, 7; Michael G. Ruby, trumpet; Hemi Jost, fluegelhorn; Don Myers, Thomas Krause, trombone; Steven Orebaugh, tenor saxophone; Werner Hucks, guitar; Johannes Nitsch, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Herbert Kleinsorge, drums, percussion
on track 10: J. Vering, J. Nitsch, E. Rink, H. Nitsch, G. Lehr, voices

Volker Kriegel: Schöne Aussichten Mood 33.617 (Germany) [LP/CD]
   
  1. Freibad Süd 4:54
  2. Buschtaxi (H.P. Ströer/Kriegel) 5:34
  3. Belle Vue 3:47
  4. Pronto Subito (H.P. Ströer) 4:52
  5. Übermalung 6:14
  6. Bamako (H.P. Ströer) 3:53
  7. Balance 5:22
  8. Blues In Bewegung 4:18

composed by Kriegel except as noted

recorded July 21-August 3, 1983, Tonstudio Zuckerfabrik, Stuttgart

Frank Loef, tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, flute; Volker Kriegel, guitars; Wolfgang Schlüter, vibraphone; Thomas Bettermann, piano, synthesizer; Hans Peter Ströer, electric bass, synthesizer, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass on 8; Junior Weerasinghe, Michael DiPasqua, Evert Fraterman, drums; Ernst Ströer, percussion

Manfred Schoof Orchester: Reflections Mood 28.641 (W. Germany) [LP]
  Amiga 856060 (E. Germany) [LP]
   
  1. Unisonlines 5:33
  2. Reflections 7:30
  3. Old Ballad 13:00
  4. Waltz In The Sun 8:33
  5. Source 6:54
  6. Horizons 9:40

all composed by Schoof

recorded live November 13, 1983, Haus der Jungen Talente, Berlin & November 14, 1983, Mensa der Wilhelm-Pieck-Universität, Rostock

Manfred Schoof, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Uli Beckerhoff, Martin Drover, Jon Eardley, Reiner Winterschladen, trumpets; Hermann Breuer, Jon English, Joachim Fink, Bernd Lechtenfeld, trombones; Gerd Dudek, Hugo Read, Joachim Ullrich, Gerhard Veeck, saxophones; Michel Pilz, bass clarinet; Stephan Diez, guitar; Tom van der Geld, vibraphone; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, synthesizer; Sigi Busch, bass; Jo Thönes, drums; with Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: United Live Opus Sechs Mood 33.621 (Germany) [LP/CD]
   
  1. Garberville (Kriegel/Bettermann) 6:09
  2. Wendekreis Des Steinbocks (Dauner) 8:22
  3. Rip Off (Mangelsdorff) 7:00
  4. Die Wiederkehr (Thompson) 8:17
  5. Some Time In Silence (Weber) 6:18
  6. Lady Bountiful (Carr) 7:15

recorded live June 30-July 1, 1984, Theaterhaus, Stuttgart

Ian Carr, Ack van Rooyen, Johannes Faber, 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

Eberhard Weber: Chorus ECM 1288 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Part I 7:32
  2. Part II 5:31
  3. Part III, IV 8:03
  4. Part V 3:23
  5. Part VI 7:52
  6. Part VII 8:05

all composed by Weber

recorded September 1984, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

Jan Garbarek, soprano and tenor saxophones; Eberhard Weber, bass, synthesizer; Ralf-R. Hübner, drums; with Manfred Hoffbauer, clarinet, flute; Martin Künstner, oboe, english horn

Jan Garbarek Group: It’s OK To Listen To The Gray Voice ECM 1294 [LP/CD]
   
  1. White Noise Of Forgetfulness 8:23
  2. The Crossing Place 9:11
  3. One Day In March I Go Down To The Sea And Listen 5:33
  4. Mission: To Be Where I Am 8:11
  5. It’s OK To Phone The Island That Is A Mirage 5:51
  6. It’s OK To Listen To The Gray Voice 4:42
  7. I’m The Knife-Thrower’s Partner 0:52

all composed by Garbarek

recorded December 1984, Rainbow Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones; David Torn, guitar, guitar synthesizer, DX7; Eberhard Weber, bass; Michael DiPasqua, drums

Kate Bush: Hounds of Love EMI ST-17171 [LP/CD]
   
  4. Mother Stands For Comfort (Bush) 3:07
  11. Hello Earth (Bush) 6:00

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded in England, date not provided (record issued 1985)

Kate Bush, voice, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Stuart Elliott, drums
also on track 11: Liam O'Flynn, uillean pipes; Brian Bath, guitar; Donal Lunny, bouzouki; The Richard Hickox Singers, choir

Jon Hiseman: About Time Too! TM Records 8 [LP], VeraBra vBr 2014 2 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Solo Berlin - The Metropol (Hiseman) 15:58
  2. Ganz Schön Heiss, Man - Brig (Mangelsdorff) 4:41
  3. Ganz Schön Heiss, Man - Mannheim (Mangelsdorff) 10:36
  4. Solo Hannover - The Pavilion (Hiseman) 8:04
  5. Solo Hamburg - The Road To Berlin (Hiseman) 15:26

Note: This is a record of drums solos, most of them excerpted from longer performances. Musicians other than Hiseman are heard only in minor roles. Track 5 is on the CD edition only.

recorded live 1985, Berlin, Brig, Mannheim, Hannover, Hamburg

on tracks 2, 3, United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Ian Carr, Ack van Rooyen, Kenny Wheeler, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Charlie Mariano, Barbara Thompson, saxophones; Volker Kriegel, guitar; Wolfgang Dauner, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Jon Hiseman, drums
on tracks 1, 4, 5, Barbara Thompson's Paraphernalia: Barbara Thompson, saxophones, flute; Rod Dorothy, violin; Steve Melling, keyboards; Dave Ball, bass guitar; Jon Hiseman, drums

United Jazz + Rock Ensemble: Round Seven Mood 33.606 (Germany) [LP/CD]
   
  1. Feuerwerxmusik (W. Dauner) 8:26
  2. Seriously Deep (Weber) 6:54
  3. Raga Yagapriya (Ramamani/Mariano) 8:40
  4. Balance (Kriegel) 5:22
  5. Voices Behind Locked Doors (Thompson) 5:17
  6. Midnight Oil (Carr) 5:14
  7. Raving Raven (Mangelsdorff) 6:49
  8. Randy (Mariano) 7:26
  9. Ganz Schön Heiss Man (Mangelsdorff) 8:42

Note: Tracks 8, 9 are on the CD edition only.

tracks 1-7 recorded February 1987, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg
tracks 8-9 recorded live, details not provided

Ian Carr, Ack van Rooyen, Johannes Faber, 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; Florian Dauner, additional drums on track 1

Jan Garbarek: Legend Of The Seven Dreams ECM 1381 [LP/CD]
   
  1. He Comes From The North 13:34
  2. Aichuri, The Song Man 5:03
  3. Tongue Of Secrets 8:07
  4. Brother Wind 8:03
  5. Its Name Is Secret Road 1:43
  6. Send Word 7:12
  7. Voy Cantando 6:48
  8. Mirror Stone I 1:11
  9. Mirror Stone II 2:29

all composed by Garbarek

recorded July 1988, Rainbow Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, flute; Rainer Brüninghaus, keyboards on tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 7; Eberhard Weber, bass on tracks 3, 6; Nana Vasconcelos, percussion on tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 7

Eberhard Weber: Orchestra ECM 1374 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Seven Movements 12:20
  2. Broken Silence 1:59
  3. Before Dawn 5:23
  4. Just A Moment 2:35
  5. Air 4:16
  6. Ready Out There? 5:09
  7. Too Early To Leave 3:07
  8. One Summer's Evening 4:09
  9. A Daydream 3:22
  10. Trio 3:58
  11. Epilogue 4:01

all composed by Weber

recorded May/August 1988, Tonstudio Bauer, Ludwigsburg

on tracks 1, 7: Herbert Joos, Anton Jillich, fluegelhorn; Wolfgang Czelusta, Andreas Richter, trombone; Winfried Rapp, bass trombone; Rudolf Diebetsberger, Thomas Hauschild, french horn; Franz Stagl, tuba; Eberhard Weber, bass, percussion
on track 8: Eberhard Weber, bass, keyboards
on all other tracks: Eberhard Weber, bass

Kate Bush: The Sensual World Columbia CK 44164 [LP/CD]
   
  8. Never Be Mine (Bush) 3:44
  11. Walk Straight Down The Middle (Bush) 3:49

Note: Other tracks are without Weber.

recorded Windmill Lane Studio, Dublin, and The Angel Studio, dates not provided (record issued 1989)

Kate Bush, voice, piano, synthesizer; Eberhard Weber, bass; Stuart Elliott, drums on 8; Charlie Morgan, drums on 11; Davey Spillane, uillean pipes on 8; Trio Bulgarka (Yanka Rupkhina, Eva Georgeva, Stoyanka Boneva), voices on 8

Nattjazz 20 År Grappa 103 (Norway) [CD]
   
  2. Gula Gula (Mari Boine Persen) 6:05

Note: This 1992 release marked 20 years of the Nattjazz [Night Jazz] festival, and includes recordings from 1980-1991. Other tracks are by Gil Evans, Night And Day, Carla Bley, Masqualero, Bergen Blues Band, Joe Henderson, Palle Mikkelborg/Kenneth Knudsen/N-H Ørsted Pedersen.

recorded May 28, 1989, Grieghallen, Bergen

Jan Garbarek Group with Mari Boine Persen: Mari Boine Persen, voice; Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones; Rainer Brüninghaus, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Nana Vasconcelos, percussion

Jan Garbarek: I Took Up The Runes ECM 1419 [LP/CD]
   
  1. Gula Gula (Mari Boine Persen) 5:55
  2. Molde Canticle, Part 1 5:13
  3. Part 2 5:43
  4. Part 3 9:54
  5. Part 4 5:10
  6. Part 5 6:06
  7. His Eyes Were Suns (Garbarek/traditional) 6:04
  8. I Took Up The Runes 5:24
  9. Bueno Hora, Buenos Vientos 8:51
  10. Rahkki Sruvvis (Ingor Ántte Áilu Gaup) 2:26

all composed by Garbarek except as noted

recorded August 1990, Rainbow Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Manu Katché, drums; Nana Vasconcelos, percussion; with Bugge Wesseltoft, synthesizer; Ingor Ántte Áilu Gaup, voice

Sigi Schwab & Friends: Amazonas Melos Musik GS 707-2 WP (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Amazonas 18:15
  2. Ballade Für Anna 11:29
  3. Lost Magic Kingdoms 13:41
  4. Ode No. 1 5:00
  5. Irangiri - Floresta Dos Sonhos (Schwab/Montarroyos) 10:19

composed by Schwab except as noted

recorded at Studio 2000+2 and Rainbow Studio, Munich, dates not provided (disc issued 1992)

on tracks 1, 3: Sigi Schwab, guitar, tarang; Thomas Müller, bass guitar; Guillermo Marchena, Freddie Santiago, Andreas Keller, percussion
on tracks 2, 5: Marcio Montarroyos, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Sigi Schwab, guitar
on track 4: Sigi Schwab, guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass

Serge Weber: Luohtitt Radio Bremen 2 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Bridge 0:31
  2. Bjurviken 3:18
  3. Tjallingen 2:24
  4. Marsvik 4:11
  5. Marsliden 2:57
  6. Luohtitt 2 16:15
  7. Bridge 0:31

Note: Apparently this CD was distributed to radio stations and was not available commercially.

all composed by Serge Weber

recorded August 1992, Thein-Studios, Bremen

Paul McCandless, oboe, soprano and sopranino saxophone, bass clarinet; Michael Berger, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Helge Norbakken, percussion; members of the Gewandhausorchesters Leipzig; Serge Weber, conductor

Jan Garbarek: Twelve Moons ECM 1500 [CD]
   
  1. Twelve Moons 7:35
  2. Psalm (traditional) 6:32
  3. Brother Wind March 10:17
  4. There Were Swallows... 8:36
  5. The Tall Tear Trees 5:45
  6. Arietta (Edvard Grieg) 6:21
  7. Gautes-Margjit (traditional) 11:53
  8. Darvanan (Mari Boine) 4:54
  9. Huhai 7:29
  10. Witchi-Tai-To (Jim Pepper) 5:43

composed by Garbarek except as noted

recorded September 1992, Rainbow Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, synthesizers; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, synthesizers; Eberhard Weber, bass; Manu Katché, drums; Marilyn Mazur, percussion; Agnes Buen Garnas, voice on 2; Mari Boine, voice on 8

Graeme Revell: Body of Evidence [motion picture soundtrack] RCA 66141-2 [CD]
   
  1. Main Title 3:12
  2. The Passion Theme (Revell/Silbar/Hill) 4:49
  3. The Funeral 3:30
  4. The House Boat 4:34
  5. Hot Wax & Champagne 5:38
  6. The Fight 3:05
  7. The Handcuffs 4:21
  8. The Parking Garage 2:57
  9. Waiting For The Jury 3:19
  10. Confrontation 1:39
  11. Karma/End Credits 4:06

composed by Graeme Revell except as noted

recorded circa 1992/1993, Arco Studios, Munich
except track 2 recorded at Cornerstone Studios, Chatsworth, California

Graeme Revell, synthesizers, programming; Eberhard Weber, bass; members of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Tim Simonec; Darlene Koldenhoven, Donna Davidson, Bobby Page, Linda Harmon, John Laird, Gene Merlino, voices on track 7
personnel on track 2: Warren Hill, alto saxophone; Robert Mann, guitar; Robbie Buchanan, keyboards; Vail Johnson, bass; Rick Marotta, drums; Paulinho Da Costa, percussion; Ellis Hall, voice

Eberhard Weber: Pendulum ECM 1518 [CD]
   
  1. Bird Out Of Cage 5:04
  2. Notes After An Evening 4:15
  3. Delirium 5:20
  4. Children's Song No. 1 5:41
  5. Street Scenes 5:26
  6. Silent For A While 7:42
  7. Pendulum 8:41
  8. Unfinished Self-Portrait 4:34
  9. Closing Scene 6:36

all composed by Weber

recorded Spring 1993, Munich

Eberhard Weber, bass

Jan Garbarek: Visible World ECM 1585 [CD]
   
  1. Red Wind 3:52
  2. The Creek 4:30
  3. The Survivor 4:46
  4. The Healing Smoke 7:13
  5. Visible World chiaro- 4:07
  6. Desolate Mountains I 6:46
  7. Desolate Mountains II 6:02
  8. Visible World -scuro 4:32
  9. Giulietta 3:45
  10. Desolate Mountains III 1:28
  11. Pygmy Lullaby (traditional) 6:12
  12. The Quest 2:58
  13. The Arrow 4:21
  14. The Scythe 1:48
  15. Evening Land (Boine/Garbarek) 12:29

composed by Garbarek except as noted

recorded June 1995, Rainbow Studio, Oslo

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, synthesizer, percussion, Meraaker clarinet; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, synthesizers; Eberhard Weber, bass; Manu Katché, drums; Marilyn Mazur, percussion; Trilok Gurtu, tabla on 13; Mari Boine, voice on 15

Jan Garbarek: Rites ECM 1685/86 [2CD]
   
  1. Rites 8:27
  2. Where The Rivers Meet 7:01
  3. Vast Plain, Clouds 5:53
  4. So Mild The Wind, So Meek The Water 6:09
  5. Song, Tread Lightly 7:40
  6. It’s OK To Listen To The Gray Voice 6:43
  7. Her Wild Ways 6:44
  8. It’s High Time 3:31
  9. One Ying For Every Yang 6:32
  10. Pan 6:11
  11. We Are The Stars 5:00
  12. The Moon Over Mtatsminda (Kakhidze) 3:57
  13. Malinye (Don Cherry) 6:19
  14. The White Clown 3:44
  15. Evenly They Danced 5:14
  16. Last Rite 8:24

composed by Garbarek except as noted

recorded March 1998, Rainbow Studio, Oslo
except track 12, recorded in Tbilisi, Georgia

Jan Garbarek, tenor and soprano saxophones, synthesizers, percussion; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, synthesizers; Bugge Wesseltoft, synthesizer, accordion; Eberhard Weber, bass; Marilyn Mazur, drums, percussion; boys from the choir Sølvguttene, voices on track 11
on track 12: Tbilisi Symphony Orchestra; Jansug Kakhidze, voice, conductor

Andreas Georgiou: Vananda Libra Music LM 016-2 (Greece) [CD]
   
  1. Constantia 6:37
  2. Vananda 3:52
  3. Gathering (Georgiou/Weber) 15:32
  4. Knowledge 1:50
  5. Afro 12:47
  6. Crossing The Nile 2:59
  7. Lament 17:30

composed by Georgiou except as noted

recorded February-September 1998, Studio Aeolia, Athens

Savina Yiannatou, voice on 1, 2, 5, 6; Floros Floridis, soprano saxophone on 1, 5; Alfred Shtuni, violin on 2, 5; Andreas Georgiou, 16-string acoustic guitar on 1, 3, 5, electric guitar on 2, 6, 7; Kora Michaelian, piano on 2, 6; Eberhard Weber, bass; Yerevan Symphonic Orchestra on 2, 5, 6

Eberhard Weber: Endless Days ECM 1748 [CD]
   
  1. Concerto For Bass 6:09
  2. French Diary 6:46
  3. Solo For Bass 3:39
  4. Nuit Blanche 4:45
  5. A Walk In The Garrigue 3:28
  6. Concerto For Piano 4:46
  7. Endless Days 8:35
  8. The Last Stage Of A Long Journey 9:20

all composed by Weber

recorded April 2000, Rainbow Studio, Oslo

Paul McCandless, oboe, english horn, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano, keyboards; Eberhard Weber, bass; Michael DiPasqua, drums

The German Jazz Masters: Old Friends ACT 9278-2 (Germany) [CD]
   
  1. Suggestion (Schoof) 4:25
  2. Crosstalk (Doldinger) 5:02
  3. Und So Weiter, And So On (Weber) 6:28
  4. Es Sungen Drei Engel 2000 (Mangelsdorff) 5:44
  5. Trans Tanz (Dauner) 6:58
  6. Horizons (Schoof) 6:32
  7. Song For Bam Bam (Haffner) 3:59
  8. Elongate (Mangelsdorff) 7:06
  9. Wendekreis Des Steinbocks (Dauner) 8:01
  10. Yellow Cab (Doldinger) 4:51
  11. Changing Places (Weber) 3:47
  12. Old Friends Blues (Dauner/Doldinger/Haffner/Mangelsdorff/Schoof/Weber) 5:19

recorded June 26-28, 2000, Bauer Studios, Ludwigsburg

Manfred Schoof, trumpet, fluegelhorn; Albert Mangelsdorff, trombone; Klaus Doldinger, saxophones; Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Wolfgang Haffner, drums

Andreas Georgiou: Asate Libra Music LM 028-2 (Greece) [CD]
   
  1. Nea Selini 3:53
  2. Dhoron Exagnismou 3:23
  3. Let The Spirit Flower 7:00
  4. Rainforest 10:54
  5. Anthos Porfiron 2:46
  6. ISA 10:30
  7. Asate 8:37
  8. Sukuma Twende 4:50

all composed by Georgiou

recorded September 2002-April 2003, Studio Aeolia, Athens

Savina Yiannatou, voice (except on 3, 8); Harris Lamprakis, kaval on 2, 7; Andreas Georgiou, guitars, voice; Eberhard Weber, bass (except on 3, 7, 8); Airto Moreira, percussion, voice

Simone Guiducci: Slang Abeat AB JZ 021 (Italy) [CD]
   
  1. Slang (Guiducci) 8:47
  2. Tango (Renzi) 10:12
  3. The Least Of These (Gregory) 10:58
  4. Short(er) (Zambrini) 4:58
  5. Song To Bilbao (Pat Metheny) 6:25
  6. Milano Or Where? (collective improvisation) 4:52

recorded May 10-11, 2003, Pull Studio, Milan

Kyle Gregory, trumpet; Matthew Renzi, tenor saxophone, clarinet; Simone Guiducci, acoustic guitar; Eberhard Weber, bass; Stefano Bagnoli, drums; Antonio Zambrini, piano on 4; Fausto Beccalossi, accordion on 5

Eberhard Weber: Stages Of A Long Journey ECM 1920 [CD]
   
  1. Silent Feet 7:37
  2. Syndrome (Carla Bley) 7:44
  3. Yesterdays (Jerome Kern) 5:03
  4. Seven Movements 5:54
  [5-9] Birthday Suite  
  5. The Colours Of Chloë 7:19
  6. Piano Transition (Brüninghaus) 4:11
  7. Maurizius 7:04
  8. Percussion Transition (Mazur) 3:03
  9. Yellow Fields 7:01
  10. Hang Around (Reto Weber) 4:17
  11. The Last Stage Of A Long Journey 11:06
  12. Air 3:10

composed by Weber except as noted

recorded live March 23-24, 2005, Theaterhaus Stuttgart

on 1, 5-9, 11: Jan Garbarek, soprano and tenor saxophone; Gary Burton, vibraphone; Rainer Brüninghaus, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass; Marilyn Mazur, percussion; SWR Radio Symphony Orchestra; Roland Kluttig, conductor

on 2: quintet as above without orchestra

on 3: Wolfgang Dauner, piano; Eberhard Weber, bass

on 4: Jan Garbarek, soprano saxophone; Eberhard Weber, bass

on 10: Eberhard Weber, bass; Reto Weber, hang (percussion); Nino G., beatbox (voice)

on 12: Eberhard Weber, bass

Andreas Georgiou: Jua Ni Juu CON 1087 (Greece) [CD]
   
  1. Jua Ni Juu [The Sun Is High] 10:53
  2. Jua A Furaha [The Sun Is Happy] 9:56
  3. Jua Ni Kuchwa [The Sun Is Setting] 9:17
  4. Shauri Yia Mungu [It's Ordained...] 21:39

all composed by Georgiou

recorded September 2006, Studio Aeolia, Athens

Paul McCandless, soprano saxophone; Andreas Georgiou, acoustic and electric guitars; Eberhard Weber, bass; Mark Walker, drums, percussion

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