Starting off with some riffs that would feel at home on a Led Zep album Jelly Jam make it known from the beginning that this is R.O.C.K.
Essentially a hard rock album with enough track variation to keep the listener interested. The Beatlesque acoustic sound of “You Don’t Need Me Anymore” to the trippy Hendrixish beginning to “Empty” and everything in between. The “megaphone” vocals on some tracks took a little to get used to but after several playings they hit the spot.
Some of these groups with members lifted from other bands do not work. In the case of Jelly Jam they all fit in well together. Good variation, good vocals and musicianship. Some good acoustic sounds and harmonies, some trippy music but basically down and out hard rock. And damn good at that.