The Last Stage Of A Long Journey (9:41)

Cover of Endless Days

From Endless Days and 3 other releases

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  • DeathShot1985

    We are truly very lucky to have Eberhard Weber's music in our lives.

    3 Dec 2012 Reply
  • tiki22

    very fine

    1 Sep 2012 Reply
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    30 Jun 2011 Reply
  • vanvogt1

    I love and thank Eberhard Weber for all of the wonderful music. Always have, from the 70's on and I suspect I always will. Was honored to see Eberhard Weber in the 70's on a double bill with Oregon. It was pure magic.

    26 May 2011 Reply
  • tricksiebzehn

    The "Endless Day" version and the live version are both awesome!

    18 Mar 2011 Reply
  • GennyWineberg

    musicians like Weber, Terje Rypdal, Jan Garbarek, Oregon etc. are the new-now classical sound- future tense, genius living amongst us!

    13 Nov 2010 Reply
  • leshind

    This Version is from the 2007-LIve-Album Stages of a Long Journey with the Radiosinfonieorchester of the Südwestrundfunk (SWR) and i Think it is Gabarek on the Sax. Love this Version anyway.

    25 Aug 2010 Reply
  • hivicar

    This is not the Endless Days version of "The Last Stage", but the original from Little Movements. Don't believe it's live, and thats Charlie Mariano, cast so perfectly, on soprano.

    21 Jul 2010 Reply
  • speedy08

    first time I listen to is great...will check more of your recommendations

    28 Apr 2009 Reply
  • mariodet

    nice, but not the "endless days" version I know by heart! I'm pretty sure the soprano solo is not by Paul McCandless

    18 Apr 2009 Reply
  • hernny

    From my favorite Materpiece od EW, "Little Movements", this live recording is simply magnificent !!!

    11 Mar 2009 Reply
  • jmbrace

    Agreed... although either "The Following Morning" or "Clours of Chole" do it for me.

    25 Feb 2009 Reply
  • santmoya

    Yes, 'Fluid rustle' is shocking, but also is "Silent feet", and less known. Listening to 17-minute "Seriously deep" still gets me haunted like the first time I heard it

    18 Dec 2008 Reply
  • robertarturo123

    un educado y experimentado bajo. una musica que de verdad te pone a pensar y te transporta a los comienzos del mundo.

    11 Oct 2008 Reply
  • LestertheDog

    This is pretty recent in the EW catalogue. First became aware of his playing on an old album by accordianist Art van Damme. His approach to the bass has knocked me out since the early 70's. Fluid Rustle remains one of my favourite recordings.

    5 Sep 2008 Reply

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