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4.0 out of 5 stars
An overlooked classic, 6 Oct 2003
I first bought 'Silent Feet' in the vinyl days of 1978, a recommendation from a school friend. And it remains one of those few old albums of that now distant decade that I occasionally revisit. It is the title track that I particularly love for Brunninghaus' running style on the piano. Weber's work is at times challenging to the uneducated ear but it is easy to realise that this is a master of his instrument. The opening notes of 'Seriously Deep' - such an evocative title - demonstrate that he, even back in the 1970s, had developed a unique style for the double bass. This is a recording that has stood the test of time and it's well worth a listen.