THE JELLY JAM: S/ T CD guitarist / singer Ty Tabor (Kings X), Rod Morgenstein, John Myung, Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater)


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Jelly Jam, The – The Jelly Jam
Label: Inside Out Music – IOMCD 096
Format: CD, Album PROMO
Country: Germany
Released: 2002
Genre: Hard Rock, Prog Rock
1 I Can’t Help You 3:01
2 No Remedy 4:05
3 Nature 0:58
4 Nature’s Girl 5:12
5 Feeling 5:21
6 Reliving 4:12
7 The Jelly Jam 5:49
8 I Am The King 4:38
9 The King’s Dance 2:11
10 Under The Tree 9:37
Duration 45:04

Bass – John Myung
Drums, Percussion – Rod Morgenstein
Lyrics By, Written-by [Vocals] – Ty Tabor
Music By – Jelly Jam, The (tracks: 1 to 9), Rod Morgenstein (tracks: 10)
Vocals, Guitar, Producer, Mixed By, Engineer, Mastered By – Ty Tabor

P&© 2002 InsideOutMusic
Produced under license from The Jelly Jam. Distributed in Europe by SPV GmbH.

THE JELLY JAM: The Jelly Jam [With guitarist/singer Ty Tabor (from King’s X)bassist John Myung (from Dream Theater) and drummer Rod Morgenstein (from Winger etc.) All of them were also members of Platypus along side keyboardist Derek Sherinian. This is of course a brand new band and the style is Rock.


5.0 out of 5 stars Different Much Underrated Rock Treat!,
Here is the first album from the Jelly Jam band, which is the legendary guitar god Ty Tabor from funk rock group KING’S X, singing and writing with members of Dream Theatre and Dixie Dregs. It is a little similar to Ty’s own other solo albums, though surprisingly much more rocking and quirky and slightly different. It is actually very poppy catchy but original album of rock tunes. It is similar to some of the more accessibly successful grunge bands like Soundgarden, Stone Temple Pilots, and some KING’S X tunes and albums. Very good, top quality different, fun catchy pop rock tunes.

Album notes
The Jelly Jam: Ty Tabor (vocals, guitar); John Myung (bass); Rod Morgenstein (drums, percussion).
Recorded at Millbrook, Millbrook, New York and Alien Beans Studios, Houston, Texas.
Personnel: Ty Tabor (vocals, guitar); Rod Morgenstein (drums, percussion).

Never heard of the Jelly Jam? Well, this is a new band, but yet not a new band. The Jelly Jam are actually the members of Platypus who remained after Derek Sherinian left the group. That departure leaves a trio composed of John Myung (Dream Theater), Rod Morgenstein (Dixie Dregs), and Ty Tybor (Kings X). The music of the group shares a lot with that of the band that spawned it, but it is also a very different sound. Gone, obviously, are the keyboard colorings of the group. Also gone are the jazz-oriented elements that occasionally showed up in Platypus. The more blatant retro sounds of that group also are not present here. That does not mean that this band’s sound is not based in the ’70s rock vein, because it definitely is. What it does mean is that the link to that sound is drawn more from the songwriting elements than from instrumentation. Indeed, in listening to the disc you will hear elements of many ’70s rock staples, including Led Zeppelin and Whitesnake. You will likely also pick up tinges of the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, and ’80s-era Rush at times. Also present are leanings toward the spacyness of guys like Joe Satriani. Does this mean that the Jelly Jam are unoriginal? Definitely not — they combine all of their influences into a mix, a jam if you will, that is wholly their own and quite entertaining. Plus, the album has plenty of modern sounds, and these guys really know how to write a hook as well. If you are a fan of the classic guitar rock era and jam-oriented music, you really should check this one out. It will probably be just your flavor. “

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