Got to see these guys open for Tears for Fears in '93. One of the best shows I've ever seen. Lead singer is drumming standing up the entire show. Brought a certain energy to the performance, never saw anything else like it.
gave Spilt Milk a try even though it's not what i usually listen to. some of it i like, some i don't. the first 3 songs were pretty bad but i guess i got used to the album after that, i'm enjoying the rest more.
My mom got me into Jellyfish awhile ago, so I was surprised to hear that Roger Manning was credited as arranger for fun.'s new album, which I have been digging a lot lately. Definitely for fans of Jellyfish! Check out that mp3!
Just discovered this band. As a long term fan of XTC, Beatles, ELO, 10cc and Queen, I am thrilled. Smart, witty power-pop (or perhaps 'art-rock' if you are a certain age) is completely where it's at. (Also check out contemporary danish band The Broken Beats for something a bit similar).
Jellyfish is everything I love about music put into one band. Simply amazing...a shame there were too many egos for it to last. 
At least nowadays we can listen to wonderful solo albums and projects.
New song up called "Julia" and its free for D/L just like all of my other songs. (if you are into rock/alternative you might like my shit) Go to my artist page for D/L http://www.last.fm/music/Percy+Mejhagen
These guys are just amazing... I've loved them since I heard them, when I was about 6 years old...
I know you guys are saying Spilt Milk is the best record but I stand by BellyButton as my favourite...
I was lucky enough to have seen Jellyfish 3 times. First time was their first ever date in the UK in Manchester. Second time was the best time though, when the line-up included Tim Smith and Eric Dover. Totally awesome. They were right on the verge of breaking big in the UK but just fell short. Great shame. Both albums remain classics to this day.
Andy Sturmer was, for me, one of the most brilliant songwriters and vocalists. Roger Manning's solo material lacks the emotion and power of Sturmer's delivery, even though the melodic writing is still quite strong. I hope one day I will get to enjoy a full album of Sturmer's songs and voice.
A reunion would also be great for those of us who *are* 26+, but lived on a rock in the Pacific Ocean where the Jellyfish never visited (actually they were scheduled to play in Hawaii, but the show was cancelled, and then they broke up:/) This is one of my all-time favorite bands!
A reunion is not necessary. Manning makes lots of fantastic records (in solo,TV Eyes,Malibu). Same thing for Jason Falkner.
One thing I hope for soon is a Andy Sturmer solo album ! And a re-release of the Jellyfish box-set !