5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 11 September 2007
This is truely an album that is best listened to and considered as a single long piece rather than four separate pieces. More Colours is really a prelude to The Colours of Chloe, the tensions built throughout the former piece do not resolve until the latter.
This is not music for those who want instant gratification it is music for people whoa re prepared to put a little listening time in. It is beautiful and rewarding and I strongly recommend it to anyone who is not frightened of music that does not necessarily go where you expect it to go.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 20 October 2005
The Colours of Chloe are as still as fresh sounding today as they were in '74 - I still have the vynyl. What attracted me first to the album was the naive artwork which led me to Weber's wistful and enigmatic music within. It's mitteleuropean, sophisticated, gentle, bliss.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 27 March 2013
This maybe nearly 40 years old but it is timeless and continues to enchant and draw the listener into the haunting themes. My favourite must be 'No Motion Picture' which covers a spectrum of sounds and haunts you long after it is finished.