THE JELLY JAM: Catalog Re-Released, New Fan Package Available

THE JELLY JAM, the three-piece progressive rock band featuring KING'S X guitarist/vocalist Ty Tabor, DREAM THEATER bassist John Myung and DIXIE DREGS drummer Rod Morgenstein, has had its first two albums — "The Jelly Jam" (2002) and "The Jelly Jam 2" (2004) — re-released as high-resolution MP3 downloads through Molken Music. Also available is a fan package titled "Additives", which contains a previously unheard rehearsal track from the second album sessions, stem mixes, and THE JELLY JAM ringtones. Stem mixes are included for the song "I Can't Help You" (album version on the debut album). Stem mixes are high-resolution stereo MP3 files with isolated vocals and instrument reduction tracks, giving anyone with basic digital audio editing software the capability to virtually remix the entire song and also hear the individual performances of each band member.

The following six stem mixes for "I Can't Help You" are included as individual MP3 files:

* Drums
* Bass
* Rhythm Guitars
* Lead Guitar
* Lead Vocals
* Backing Vocals

Rounding out the "Additives" package are four ringtones of THE JELLY JAM tunes. Each ringtone is included as a *M4R (Ringtone) file as well as an MP3 file.

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The following four ringtones are included:

* "Nature's Girl" (from "The Jelly Jam")
* "I Am the King" (from "The Jelly Jam")
* "Not Today" (from "The Jelly Jam 2")
* "Allison" (from "The Jelly Jam 2")

THE JELLY JAM is currently putting the finishing touches on its third album, "Shall We Descend?", for an early 2011 release via Molken Music on CD and MP3. It will be the first new album of THE JELLY JAM music in over six years.

"Additives", "The Jelly Jam" and "The Jelly Jam 2" are available now exclusively at Molken Music.

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