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  • Jellyfishs Bellybutton | Inside the Album with Roger Joseph Manning Jr. - Produce Like A Pro

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    Roger Joseph Manning Jr. is an American power pop and electronic rock musician, singer, and songwriter with a prolific career in the industry. Roger’s musical career began as early as 1989, when he started arranging string, brass, wind, and vocal ensembles for Jellyfish, the first band he co-founded.

    Roger contributed keyboards, piano, guitar, percussion, and vocals in Jellyfish until the band’s breakup in 1994. The group released two full-length albums together: Bellybutton (1990) and Spilt Milk (1993).

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  • Jellyfish The Sad History Of the Band, Andy Sturmer & Roger Manning, Belly Button & Spilt Milk

    9:57

    The Story Of the Rock Band Jellyfish featuring the songwriting duo of Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning

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    W This is a band that’s been requested by a lot of people and we're talking about the group Jellyfish. They were a short lived band based out of California that only lasted for about half a decade and put out two studio albums, but they would be hugely influential and develop a cult following. . The nucleus of the of the band was made up of drummer/singer Andy Sturmer and singer/keyboardist Roger Joseph Manning Jr., The pair would cycle through a revolving lineup of instrumentalists and today we're talking about the story of Jellyfish a band that ended too soon.
    The band’s story dates back to the 70’s when Andy Sturmer and Roger Joseph Manning Jr met in high school in San Francisco and bonded over their love of all things jazz, post-punk, and British pop. Sturmer played in his high school’s jazz band and showed promise as a gifted musician who could sing and play drums at the same time. Manning would tell Classic Rock magazine “I’ve never seen anyone of his age with that expertise and command of his instrument. Andy was one of the first kids in our town who took it seriously and had a goal. He was my hero.”
    Following highschool Manning moved to Los Angelesand was admitted to University of South California to study musical composition and became enamored with the local music scene.. LA was alive to the sounds of post-punk, the Byrds-obsessed Paisley Underground movement and, most prominent of all, glam-metal, which was exploding from the Sunset Strip. But Manning would be captivated by an LA band that stood apart: the flamboyantly attired pop-rockers Redd Kross.
    Soon enough Sturmer and Manning would join the act Beatnik Beatch, which was signed to Atlantic Records. They would soon leave the group after collaborating with one another and they developed their own musical style and in 1989 they formed the group Jellyfish. Combining the musical stylings of The Beatles, Cheap Trick, ELO, and Queen Jellyfish would become pop rock pioneers and develop what many would consider their own unique sound.
    Even after the pair left Beatnik Beatch they were still technically signed to Atlantic Records but they weren’t a priority for the label.
    The band’s career began at a time when rock music was undergoing a massive shift from pop-influenced and hair metal to the dark gloomy sound of alternative rock at the turn of the new decade. Jellyfish, didn’t really fit what record labels were trying to push in the early 90’s.
    The aesthetic of the band was completely off the wall - think steampunk meets psychedelic hippie.
    In a 1993 L.A. Times article, Sturmer said that the group “never tried to suck up to any genre of music. We just did what came naturally to us and didn't worry about it.
    After they were signed to Atlantic, records they recorded over the course of a year, becoming the subject of a bidding war with 8 labels The band would eventually settle with Charisma records who gave the band total creative control and their first record Bellybutton was released on July 27, 1990 when hair metal was still highly popular. The band was always aware of the fact that they were entirely contrary to what was going on in popular music at the time. The top performing single, Baby’s Coming Back, would hit the Billboard Top 100 charts but album sales were kind of slow only topping out at 100,000 units. The band’s singles also got the video treatment which got some lay on MTV, but Jellyfishbut was far from being considered a household name, but they did find high profile fans. The band would tour with southern rock group the black crowes who took jellyfish out on tour in 1991.
    Member Jason Faulkner briefly joined the group with the bait of a major label deal and would stay with them through the recording of Bellybutton. Faulkner and Sturmer immediately clashed. In a 2014 Louder Sound online article, Faulkner said “I immediately had trouble with Andy - he’s just a difficult guy.” Andy had a real strong idea of what he wanted to do, and I found that my voice wasn’t as loud,” “They weren’t open to doing any of my songs, and I didn’t want to be a sideman.
    With personality conflicts gong on, Faulkner still has fond memories of the first album telling louder sound It was a really exciting time making that record, but also bittersweet,” says Falkner. “The

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  • Hush

    2:12

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    Hush · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Composer Lyricist: Andy Sturmer
    Composer Lyricist: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

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  • Roger Joseph Manning Jr: Jellyfish, Beck, Paramore, Blink-182 - Warren Huart: Produce Like A Pro

    1:12:02

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    Roger Joseph Manning Jr. is an American power pop and electronic rock musician, singer, and songwriter with a prolific career in the industry. Roger’s career began as early as 1989, when he began arranging string, brass, wind, and vocal ensembles for Jellyfish, the first band he co-founded.

    As his time with Jellyfish came to an end, he began his second co-founded band, Imperial Drag. Imperial Drag was together from 1994-1997 and saw overwhelming overseas success, particularly in England and Japan. At the same time, Roger co-founded The Moog Cookbook, which was started solely as a means to have a forum to express his and his partner’s love for the bygone era of vintage synthesizers and exotic keyboards. It was this duo that lead to his longtime relationship with Beck Hansen.

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  • Top 5 Jellyfish Songs with Roger Joseph Manning Jr and Mike Portnoy

    1:33:17

    Jellyfish co-founder, keyboardist and songwriter Roger Joseph Manning Jr joins the podcast along with drummer and Jellyfish superfan Mike Portnoy (Sons of Apollo, Neal Morse Band) and host Roie Avin to talk about the best songs from the short-lived but beloved group. Jellyfish only had 2 albums and disbanded in 1994, but their 2 albums Bellybutton and the brilliant Spilt Milk are still revered to this day. Here, Manning talks about the stories behind this band's wonderful songs.  This is a must-listen for any Jellyfish fan!
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  • Sebrina, Paste And Plato

    2:24

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    Sebrina, Paste And Plato · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Composer Lyricist: Andy Sturmer
    Composer Lyricist: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

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  • Joining A Fan Club

    4:04

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    Joining A Fan Club · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Producer: Roger Manning
    Composer: Andy Sturmer
    Composer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

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  • Jellyfish - Spilt Milk

    2:10:09

    0:00 Spilt Milk
    46:18 Demos
    1:15:39 Demos, Live and Otherwise

  • Bye, Bye, Bye

    4:04

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    Bye, Bye, Bye · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Composer: Andy Sturmer
    Composer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

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  • Roger Joseph Manning Jr. - Solid State Warrior/The Land Of Pure Imagination

    1:2:20

    Solid State Warrior was a Japan-only release. The Land Of Pure Imagination was its' American counterpart with the tracks What You Don't Know About The Girl, Sleep Children and 'Til We Meet Again being replaced by the tracks Pray for the Many, In the Name of Romance and Appleby. I decided to include The Land Of Pure Imagination's tracks after Solid State Warrior.

    Roger Joseph Manning Jr.'s debut solo albums. No Copyright Intended.

    Genres: Power Pop, Pop

    ---Tracklist---
    1. The Land Of Pure Imagination - 0:00
    2. Too Late For Us Now - 6:01
    3. Wish It Would Rain - 9:25
    4. The Loser - 15:08
    5. Sandman - 18:45
    6. What You Don't Know About The Girl - 22:23
    7. Dragonfly - 25:12
    8. Creeple People - 30:32
    9. Sleep Children - 36:03
    10. You Were Right - 38:51
    11. 'Til We Meet Again - 44:34
    ---(Tracks from The Land Of Pure Imagination)---
    12. Pray For The Many - 48:19
    13. In The Name Of Romance - 51:21
    14. Appleby - 56:48

    ---Personnel---
    Roger Joseph Manning Jr. - Music, Lyrics, Producer
    John Paterno - Mixing, Mastering
    Mike McGuffey - Trumpet on In the Name of Romance
    Ross Harris - Photos, Art Design

    ---Biography---
    Manning was a founding member of bands Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, The Moog Cookbook, and TV Eyes. He has also spent several years as an integral member of Beck's backing band, and made contributions to several recordings by the band Air. He is known for his distinctive style of playing various analog and digital synthesizers. Electronica, power pop, psychedelia and jazz are his primary genres although he also does session work with a number of artists as well as commercial and soundtrack music. As well as providing session work, he used to work frequently with producer Jerry Finn, through whom he was credited as keyboardist on a number of recordings with pop-punk band Blink-182. In early 2006, Manning released his first solo album in Japan only: Solid State Warrior. It was subsequently issued in the U.S. under a different title, The Land of Pure Imagination, along with an altered song content. Three tracks from Solid (What You Don't Know About the Girl, Sleep Children, and Till We Meet Again) were switched-out for three newer tracks (Pray for the Many, In the Name of Romance, and Appleby).

    When Roger Joseph Manning (he added the Joseph to avoid confusion with another musician named Roger Manning) was ready to issue his debut solo album, Solid State Warrior, in 2005, rather than use the traditional retail model, he opted for digital distribution via a novel but short-lived service called Weedshare that attempted to harness peer-to-peer tastemaking capabilities. Neither the service nor the album gained traction -- a pity, since as sunshine pop albums go, this one was, well, solid. It was released with this track ordering and title on the Pony Canyon label in Japan, then reconfigured slightly for a U.S. album release the next year under a different title, The Land of Pure Imagination. Replaced were three tracks: two forgettable lullaby ditties (Sleep Children, Til We Meet Again) and one bona fide candy-coated delight (replete with toy piano melody), What You Don't Know About the Girl. The rest of the album continues in the sunny power pop mold; it doesn't tip over into exceedingly twee or baroque territory, but rather emphasizes bright melodies and playful arrangements. Manning, who played all the instruments and produced, sometimes toys too much with fuzz and treble and such, but his songwriting sensibilities, honed over his years with Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, and the Moog Cookbook, remain acute if sometimes oversweetened. Well worth seeking out.

  • Jellyfish - Spilt Milk

    41:13

    Spilt Milk demo sessions taken from the 4 CD set Fan Club. Unreleased track Family Tree included. Bye Bye Bye track transferred from CD 1 included as well.

    ---Tracklist---
    1. Spilt Milk (Intro) - 0:00
    2. Hush - 0:44
    3. Joining A Fanclub - 2:03
    4. Sebrina Paste And Plato - 5:49
    5. New Mistake - 8:00
    6. Glutton Of Sympathy - 12:05
    7. The Ghost At Number One - 16:08
    8. Bye Bye Bye - 19:33
    9. All Is Forgiven - 23:22
    10. Russian Hill - 27:31
    11. He's My Best Friend - 32:15
    12. Family Tree (Unreleased) - 35:58
    13. Spilt Milk (Outro) - 39:58

  • The Rokademy Experiment presents: SPILT MILK by JELLYFISH

    56:34

    The Rokademy Experiment presents: SPILT MILK by JELLYFISH

    Jet Hoffman - Percussion, Drums, megaphone, vocals

    Music and Lyrics by Andy Stummer and Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

    Story by William Rice and Matthew Alvin Brown

    Arrangements by Nathan Siler

    Directed by Matthew Alvin Brown

    Lyric Theater Thelma Gaylord Academy

    (* I filmed two shows from my seat and tried to edit to one, so it's a bit sketchy!)

  • Let This Dream Never End

    4:00

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    Let This Dream Never End (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer · Roger Manning

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • Hes My Best Friend

    3:45

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    He's My Best Friend · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Composer: Andy Sturmer
    Composer: Roger Manning

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  • Too Much, Too Little, Too Late

    3:15

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    Too Much, Too Little, Too Late · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Composer Lyricist: Andy Sturmer
    Composer Lyricist: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

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  • Living In End Times - Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

    9:18

    Light and airy pop tune about the end of the world.....tooo grooooovy!! From Manning's 2008-2009 Catnip Dynamite album. Song run time is 5:20

  • Bye Bye Bye

    3:48

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    Bye Bye Bye (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer · Roger Manning

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • I Wanna Stay Home

    4:11

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    I Wanna Stay Home (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • The Jellyfish Family Tree Part 10: Falkner and Johnston at the Mohawk

    13:53

    An anecdote that looks at Jason Falkner’s I’m OK, You’re OK (2007) and Daniel Johnson’s Is And Always Was (2019) along the way.

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    Part 4: Falkner Knocks Me Down

    Part 7: Falkner’s Mercurial Fortunes

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  • Babys Coming Back

    2:57

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    Baby's Coming Back (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • Jellyfish, Medley from Spilt Milk

    8:56

    Medley from their album Spilt Milk (1993). Track 8 (All Is Forgiven) composed by Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Andy Sturmer and track 9 (Russian Hill) composed by Andy Sturmer

  • Jellyfish Live @ Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI

    47:29

    (opening for Tears For Fears)
    00:00 - 01. All Is Forgiven
    04:28 - 02. Sabrina, Paste and Plato
    07:55 - 03. That Is Why
    11:59 - 04. New Mistake
    16:58 - 05. Joining A Fan Club
    21:23 - 06. I Wanna Stay Home
    26:50 - 07. The Ghost At Number One
    30:35 - 08. The Man I Used To Be
    35:28 - 09. Baby's Coming Back
    38:18 - 10. The King Is Half Undressed
    42:05 - 11. All I Want Is Everything

    Andy Sturmer (drums, vocals)
    Tim Smith (bass, vocals)
    Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (keyboards, vocals, guitar)
    Eric Dover (guitar, vocals)

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    Transfer: Sony PCM-R500-Samplitude-SF-CDWav-TLH-flac8
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  • Jellyfish- New Mistake Unplugged in studio 1993 Reelin In The Years Archives

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  • Suspended Chords - Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

    4:05

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  • The Glutton Of Sympathy

    3:50

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    The Glutton Of Sympathy · Jellyfish

    Spilt Milk

    ℗ 1993 Virgin Records America, Inc.

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: Albhy Galuten
    Producer: Andy Sturmer
    Producer: Jack Joseph Puig
    Producer: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.
    Composer Lyricist: Andy Sturmer
    Composer Lyricist: Roger Joseph Manning Jr.

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  • Deliver

    3:09

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    Deliver (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer · Roger Manning

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • Calling Sarah

    4:50

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    Calling Sarah (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer · Roger Manning

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • Jellyfish LIVE ~ broadcast July 29 1993 hd

    4:24

    This is from a video my brother taped for me in 1993 of one of my favortite bands, Jellyfish. I noticed there weren't too many Jellyfish vids out there and with the new live disc I wanted to post something to show what a cool band they were/are. I eq'd the audio & adjusted the video slightly. Jellyfish is, Andy Sturmer lead vocal and drums, Roger Manning keyboards and vocals, Tim Smith bass and vocals and Eric Dover lead guitar and vocals.
    Side note, Tim Smith is currently playing guitar with Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds.

  • Jellyfish - New Mistake

    4:15

    Official video of Jellyfish performing New Mistake from the album Spilt Milk.
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  • Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. - Jellyfishs That Is Why featuring Jason Falkner LIVE at Fuji Rock 2008

    4:56

    Live performance of Jellyfish's That Is Why from Roger Joseph Manning, Jr's Fuji Rock 2008 set. Features a guest appearance by Jason Falkner. Linus Of Hollywood - bass, vocals / Aaron Kaplan - guitar, vocals / Eric Skodis - drums, vocals

  • Ghost at Number One - Jellyfish HiFi Stereo Mix

    3:58

    Best live video recording of Jellyfish! - with HiFi Stereo Mix
    Jellyfish live on Later with Jools Holland 1993
    Featuring: Andy Sturmer (Drums & Vocals), Roger Joseph Manning Jr. (Keyboards, Guitar, & Vocals), Tim Smith (Bass & Vocals), and Eric Dover (Guitar, Keyboards, & Vocals)
    Live Stereo Mix by: Shalom Aberle
    Restoration by: Jamie Shepard ...THANK YOU JAMIE!

  • Jellyfish, Hush

    2:12

    Track 1 from their album Spilt Milk (1993). Composed by Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Andy Sturmer

  • Jellyfish, Joining a Fan Club

    4:06

    Track 2 from their album Spilt Milk (1993). Composed by Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Andy Sturmer

  • All I Want is Everything

    3:14

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    All I Want is Everything (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • Jellyfish Live Acoustic Set @ Tower Records, Honolulu, Hawaii

    22:35

    Roger Joseph Manning Jr., Andy Sturmer, Tim Smith, Eric Dover
    01:12 - That Is Why, 05:22 - The Ghost At #1, 09:36 - The King Is Half Undressed, 13:49 - Joining A Fan Club, 18:47 - He's My Best Friend

  • Jellyfish, Bye, Bye, Bye

    4:04

    Track 7 from their album Spilt Milk (1993). Composed by Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Andy Sturmer

  • Appleby

    5:31

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    Appleby · Roger Joseph Manning, Jr.

    The Land of Pure Imagination

    ℗ 2006 Roger Joseph Manning, Jr.

    Released on: 2006-12-12

    Writer: Roger Joseph Manning, Jr.

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  • Jellyfish Joining a Fanclub Live

    4:47

    From New Orleans Spilt Milk tour. Starts off a little dark, but gets better. Audio is fairly good and the ending is fantastic.

  • Jellyfish - New Mistake Vox AC30 Kemper Profile

    3:04

    Jellyfish is one of my all time favourite bands. They only recorded two albums - Bellybutton and Spilt Milk. This song is from Spilt Milk.

    I'm playing my Suhr Tele into my Kemper. The profile is from ToneJunkie and is a profile of the a Vox AC30HW with Alnico Blue speakers.

    I'm playing Ernie Ball strings, 11-48 and the tune is quite sharp in pitch. Somewhere around A= 450.

    I do not own this track. This is just a demonstration of the profile. I do not make any money out of this what so ever. This is a tribute to the Kemper and to Jellyfish.

  • Joining a Fan Club Karaoke

    4:15

    I found some Jellyfish backing tracks on the net and created karaoke lyrics for this awesome song. (Hard to get the lyrics timed just right... please bear with it.) If you like this song and haven't heard all of Spilt Milk, Jellyfish's 2nd album, please check it out on iTunes, Amazon, etc. (No affiliation... just a fan.)

  • Bye Bye Bye by Jellyfish

    4:01

    Woke up tired today so I decided to do an easy one, haha.

    #jellyfish #spiltmilk #basscover

  • NEW MISTAKE JELLYFISH 2015

    4:06

    From Spilt Milk album, 1st attempt at New Mistake by Jellyfish. Brilliant album.

  • Jellyfish - Mini Documentary interview and concert in Japan

    7:30

  • The Grays - Acoustic in store at Tower Records Los Angeles, CA 3/?/94 jellyfish

    36:17

    Dug this one out of the closet!!

    The Grays - Acoustic instore at Tower Records Los Angeles, CA 3/?/94

  • Jellyfish - Glutton of Sympathy Kemper Profile

    3:53

    Here's a cover of the fantastic song Glutton of Sympathy originally recorded by Jellyfish.
    This version was recorded in 2015 by me and some friends at the University of Music in Piteå, Sweden. We all went to school together majoring in Session musicianship/studio musician.
    We had one and a half days in the studio and I suggested that we should record record this song. I'm laying down the guitar tracks again at home using the Kemper with a TopJimi profile of the Marshall Super Lead (my favourite profile of all time).

    I'm using my Gibson Custom Shop 1958 Reissue Les Paul VOS from 2014 with custombuckers and my Gibson J45 Standard.

    Drums: Andreas Gedda
    Bass: Emil Johansson
    Guitars, keys: Anton Johnsson
    Lead vocals: Linnéa Bäcklund
    Backing vocals: Anna Svenson Rova and Jesper Petersson

    This song was written by Roger Joseph Manning Jr and Andy Sturmer.

    I do not own the rights to this song. This is just a tribute.

  • Jellyfish - That Is Why

    3:40

    Official video of Jellyfish performing That Is Why from the album Bellybutton.
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  • Jellyfish - Eleanor Rigby with Interview!!

    2:16

    Jellyfish - Eleanor Rigby (Acoustic in Japan)

  • She Still Loves Him

    4:29

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    She Still Loves Him (Demo) · Jellyfish · Andy Sturmer · Roger Manning

    Bellybutton Demos

    ℗ 2015 Andy Sturmer and Roger Manning, under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings

    Released on: 2015-01-20

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  • Jellyfish - New Mistake

    4:04

    Jellyfish - New Mistake - from the 1993 powerpop album Spilt Milk. Download this song and album here:

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