|1||The #14 Blues|
|2||The Pearly Blues|
|3||The Lefty Rhetoric Blues|
|4||The Hitch•Hikers' Blues|
|5||The West Valley Blues|
|6||Strange Little Blues|
|7||The Airport Blues|
|8||The #16 Blues|
|9||The #17 Blues|
|10||Blues For The Chosen Few|
|11||The 1010 Blues|
|12||The Sicilian Train Blues|
|SST 203||Roger Manning||Roger Manning (LP, Album)||SST Records||SST 203||US||1988|
|SSTC 203||Roger Manning||Roger Manning (Cass, Album, CrO)||SST Records||SSTC 203||US||1988|
|SST 203||Roger Manning||Roger Manning (LP, Album, TP)||SST Records||SST 203||US||1988|
The first Roger Manning album was released by California punk recording label SST (Black Flag, Sonic Youth, Dinosaur J. I toured the US and occasionally bits of Europe for over 10 years performing wordy-solo-rock accompanied by bass-heavy amplified 'acoustic' guitar. There's been a bit of re-emergence since 2007 and the album release in December 2014. Roger Manning (RM1 make - under).
Around this time Roger Manning joined the band. After Beatnik Beatch had disbanded at the end of 1989, Sturmer and Manning went on to form the nucleus of Jellyfish. Logan's Sanctuary is an electronica album by Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Brian Reitzell, conceived as the soundtrack for an imagined sequel to the film Logan's Run. Manning's former bandmate in Jellyfish, Jason Falkner, contributed to two tracks. Also, photographs of Falkner dressed in costumes reminiscent of the film were incorporated into the CD booklet. Manning, Reitzell, and Falkner later formed the band TV Eyes, recording their first album between 2000 and 2003, although it was not released until 2006.
As the co-founder of Jellyfish, Imperial Drag, and the Moog Cookbook, keyboardist Roger Manning became one of the most beloved figures in '90s underground pop music. While none of those bands remaine. ead Full Biography. Overview . Biography . Discography . Songs .
The first Roger Manning album was released in early 1989 by California punk recording label SST (B. .The Radical Blues, by Roger Manning. from the album Roger Manning (RM2).
Roger Joseph Manning J. who releases his solo EP Glamping this week, made his mark in the 1990s as a founding member of powerpop darlings Jellyfish (and he now plays keyboards for ’90s icon Beck, alongside ex-Jellyfish member Jason Falkner). But perhaps Manning’s most unusual - and most overlooked - ’90s achievement was the Moog Cookbook. While the duo never received the widespread recognition they deserved, their debut album and the classic rock-themed follow-up, Ye Olde Space Bande (which synth-skewered Ted Nugent, Boston, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Van Halen, and even featured Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh on Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love ), are now cult classics.
Roger Joseph Manning Jr. - Solid State Warrior/The Land Of Pure Imagination (2006) (Full Album HQ). ✪ Satellite of Love (Live). Roger Joseph Manning Jr. - Wish It Would Rain. - You Were Right.