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Tobias Gebb & Trio West

Label: Yummyhouse Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Poinciana, what time is it?; Brasil Bela; The Barnyard; Star-Crossed Lovers; Autumn Serenade: Cute; Wil

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Tobias Gebb & Trio West: An Upper West Side Story

Read "An Upper West Side Story" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Showing that its debut album Trio West Plays Holiday Songs (Yummy House, 2007) was no fluke, leader Tobias Gebb begins this album with a direct homage to Ahmad Jamal on his medley of “Poinciana/What Time Is It?" Not only does pianist Eldad Zvulun employ Jamal's idiosyncratic use of spacing but drummer Gebb is all a-chatter with ...

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Tobias Gebb & Trio West: An Upper West Side Story

Read "An Upper West Side Story" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

After a 1997 Christmas recording debut, Trio West is back. This time, An Upper West Side Story features the threesome of Tobias Gebb on drums, Neal Miner on bass and Eldad Zvulun on piano, with a little help from their friends, saxophonist Joel Frahm and vocalist Champian Fulton. Trio West plays extensively on the ...

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An Upper West Side Story: Tobias Gebb & Trio West

Read "Tobias Gebb & Trio West" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

After an acclaimed and successful outing with their debut CD Trio West Plays Holiday Songs (Yummy House Records, 2006), Trio West is back with An Upper Westside Story, a recording that should bring them up front and center once again. Tobias Gebb (drummer, composer, arranger) has a knack for stimulating the progression of through-composed pieces with ...


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