Eberhard Weber The Colours of Chloë

Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë (1973)  

Posted by ikaqo at Dec. 31, 2010
Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë (1973)

Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë (1973)
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG | Complete Scan | 194MB (+5%)
Genre: Jazz | Label: ECM 1042 | Released: 1973

Eberhard Weber's first record remains his most well-known and influential. An ambitious work of what might be called symphonic jazz, The Colours of Chloë helped to define the ECM sound – picturesque, romantic, at times rhythmically involved, at others minimalistic and harmonically abstruse. Weber at various points combines strings, choir, synthesizer, and small jazz ensemble.

Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë  Music

Posted by Alexun at Oct. 13, 2006
Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë

Eberhard Weber - The Colours of Chloë
Label: ECM | Genre: jazz | APE + CUE lossless | Original Release: 1974 | 91 MB + 83 MB

Eberhard Weber's first record remains his most well-known and influential. An ambitious work of what might be called symphonic jazz, The Colours of Chloë helped to define the ECM sound – picturesque, romantic, at times rhythmically involved, at others minimalistic and harmonically abstruse. Weber at various points combines strings, choir, synthesizer, and small jazz ensemble. It's a brew that can bring to mind some of the progressive rock and fusion of the era, although Weber's vision is a good deal more idiosyncratic than that. The disc is comprised of only four tracks. First is the atmospheric, stage-setting "More Colours," followed by the title track, during which pianist Rainer Brüninghaus and drummer Ralf Hübner become active. Next is "An Evening With Vincent Van Ritz," featuring deft Rhodes chording from Brüninghaus and a flügelhorn solo by Ack van Rooyen. Finally, there's the nearly 20-minute "No Motion Picture" (this was originally side two of the LP), based on a fast, repetitive bass riff that keeps re-emerging throughout the course of the composition. People will disagree about whether The Colours of Chloë stands the test of time, but Weber's aesthetic played a significant role in the creative music of the '70s, attracting a fair share of emulators.

Eberhard Weber - The Colours Of Chloe (1974) {ECM 1042}  

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 19, 2016
Eberhard Weber - The Colours Of Chloe (1974) {ECM 1042}

Eberhard Weber - The Colours Of Chloe (1974) {ECM 1042}
EAC 0.99pb4 | FLAC Image level 8 | Cue+Log | Full Scans 300dpi | 183MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Fusion

Eberhard Weber's first record remains his most well-known and influential. An ambitious work of what might be called symphonic jazz, The Colours of Chloë helped to define the ECM sound – picturesque, romantic, at times rhythmically involved, at others minimalistic and harmonically abstruse. Weber at various points combines strings, choir, synthesizer, and small jazz ensemble. It's a brew that can bring to mind some of the progressive rock and fusion of the era, although Weber's vision is a good deal more idiosyncratic than that.
Eberhard Weber - Encore (2015) [Official Digital Download]

Eberhard Weber - Encore (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44,1 kHz | Time - 45:18 minutes | 413 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital booklet

Encore is a companion volume to Résumé, the widely-praised 2012 solo album from bassist Eberhard Weber. Unable to play bass anymore due to a stroke he suffered in 2007, Weber pored over the many live recordings made between 1990 and 2007 during his tenure with the Jan Garbarek Group. He isolated his unique electric bass solos from shows in 13 European cities and meticulously edited, rearranged and modified them with additional keyboard parts he played himself. He put the finishing touches on the material joined by an old friend, Dutch trumpeter and flugelhorn player Ack van Rooyen, who played on Weber’s album The Colours of Chloë more than 40 years ago.
Eberhard Weber - The Following Morning (1977) {ECM 1084} [Re-Up]

Eberhard Weber - The Following Morning (1977) {ECM 1084}
EAC 1.0b1 | FLAC tracks level 8| Cue+Log+M3U+MD5 | Full Scans 300dpi | 165MB + 5% Recovery
Genre: Jazz, Fusion

The absence of a drummer deprives "The Following Morning" of some of the drive and rhythmic shadings of other Weber releases. In some ways this is a more contemplative work, lingering longer upon the tones of the individual instruments. The title track opens with backwards piano and slides into a pensive rumination between the piano and Weber's bass. There is only the tentative presence of orchestral instruments, and the album is quite subtle and slow to unfold. You might not pick up this album as often as some other Weber releases, but it can reward close listening.

Eberhard Weber - The Following Morning  Music

Posted by Alexun at July 16, 2006
Eberhard Weber - The Following Morning

Eberhard Weber - The Following Morning
Genre: Jazz | ECM 1084 | MP3 192 Kbps | Playtime 40:08 | 55,2 Mb | Released 1976

Rainer Bruninghaus - Piano, Keyboards
Charlie Mariano - Saxophone
Eberhard Weber - Bass, Cello

It is a difficult task to convey here the sheer beauty of Weber's “The Following Morning”. But beautiful it is.
Of course, those familiar with the musical traits of the ECM record label will expect the minimalist and emotive aspects of this music. This is certainly a powerful example. Anyone coming to this via Weber's presence in the Jan Garbarek Group – as I did,should not hesitate. The overall mood and tone of this work is entirely consistant with that of the great saxophonist.

The Colours of ...: Frank O. Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Wang Shu and Other Architects  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at June 19, 2015
The Colours of ...: Frank O. Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Wang Shu and Other Architects

Erik Mattie, "The Colours of …: Frank O. Gehry, Jean Nouvel, Wang Shu and Other Architects"
English | ISBN: 3038213667, 3038215864 | 2015 | PDF | 376 pages | 62 MB
The Colours of Infinity: The Beauty and Power of Fractals (2nd edition)

Nigel Lesmoir-Gordon, "The Colours of Infinity: The Beauty and Power of Fractals (2nd edition)"
2010 | ISBN-10: 1849964858 | 207 pages | PDF | 35 MB

George Dalaras - The Colours of Time [2 x 2CDs] (1999)  

Posted by matcque at July 28, 2013
George Dalaras - The Colours of Time [2 x 2CDs] (1999)

George Dalaras - The Colours of Time [2 x 2CDs] (1999)
4 CDs (2 x 2CDs)| EAC Rip | FLAC (image) + CUE +Log | Full Scans | 1.81 GB
© 1999 | MINOS-EMI | 7243 5 24686 2 1 + 7243 5 24689 2 8

Released in 1999 and re-released in 2009 as a combined 4 CD box set, 'The Colours of Time' features some of the finest album cuts and several rare live performances from the vast and brilliant opus of one of the best Greek singers of all time, the one and only Giorgos Ntalaras. This massive compilation will appeal both to the listeners already familiar with Dalaras' work, as well as to the newcomers. Enjoy!
Eberhard Weber - The following morning - ape - 1977 [ECM 1084]

Eberhard Weber - The following morning [ECM 1084]
APE LOG CUE covers | 138 Mb | RS.com
ECM | Jazz