Happy Valentine’s Day to Amber Gebb
Based on the theory of multiple-lives or reincarnation, the new song We’ll Meet Again is a love song for the ages. Written when I was falling madly in love with my soulmate Amber, it is a love song from the perspective of living many lives on earth, each time wondering how and when fate will bring us together again. The book Many Lives Many Masters by Brian L. Weiss, MD is about the therapy sessions of his patients, all of whom have unique dreams and ‘memories’ of past lives on earth. They remember or know things that they shouldn’t remember or know. How could this be?
New release featuring Steven Elliot and Larry Miller
This new 2017 release by Tobias Gebb is a slow psychodelic rock song featuring a double guitar solo by Steven Elliot (Norah Jones) and Larry Miller. All of us in some way or another can take on the roll of a warrior. Whether it’s fighting to put food on the table and paying the rent, fighting to stay afloat in a competitive career, fighting a disease, depression or death, we can all end up feeling like we are facing the end, whether real or imagined. When faced with a situation like this, sometimes we “do things we don’t choose”, as one of the repeated lyrics states.
Composer Tobias Gebb releases new recordings to add to the collection of holiday songs by his band Trio West. This time the trio backs up vocalist Champian Fulton on two new original Christmas songs. The song ‘Christmas Imagination’ also features tenor saxophonist Ron Blake and is reminiscent of the infamous recording ‘Gets and Gilberto’ which features the well-known standard Girl From Ipanema.
Tobias Gebb’s new release ‘Troubled Times’ features guitarist Larry Miller in a dark alternative rock setting. The song touches on the troubling times we are living in and wonders if the human race can get their act together or fade away.
Tobias was psyched to hear his music on an episode of Parks and Recreation!
Tobias Gebb’s music was featured on the season premier of Showtime’s Dexter in August 2013.
The series will premier on HBO in the fall of 2010. Tobias will be playing a 1920’s dixieland drummer. He appears in the scenes depicting the lavish parties at a club called “Babette’s” on the night of President Warren Harding’s election.
The number one jazz station in America, WBGO, invited Tobias Gebb to do a 1 hour interview with the infamous jazz disc jockey Gary Walker. They featured new music from the latest release ‘Tobias Gebb and Unit 7 – Free At Last’ and discussed Tobias’s life growing up in New York City.