"Tuesday Morning AM/FM Show"
Playlist for July 25, 2006

THEME: Up at Dawn
Pure Prairie League - Early Morning Riser - 5:05 from 1972's Bustin' Out
Eric Clapton - Early in the Morning (Traditional) - 5:25 from 1978's Backless
Mary Lou Lord - Some Jingle Jangle Morning - 3:44 from 1998's Got No Shadow
Steeleye Span - One Misty Moisty Morning - 3:30 from 1973's Parcel of Rogues
Anna Christie - Good Morning Mary Sunshine - 5:34 from 2006's Elixir for the Human Heart
My Morning Jacket - Easy Morning Rebel - 5:09 from 2003's It Still Moves

In the summer of 1997, a frustrated Tammy Ealom befriended drummer Darren Albert, and with bassist Rob Greene they formed Dressy Bessy, a pop/punk rock band. The name of the band comes from a dress up rag doll. After stints in other bands in the Denver area, these three jellied and to date released four albums. Tammy writes some extremely catchy tunes with inventive hooks. Listen up and expand your music base.

Sunny - 2:11 from 2003's Little Music: Singles 1997-2002
Who'd Stop the Rain - 3:32 from 2005's Electrified
Baby Six String - 4:34 from 2003's Dressy Bessy
Lipstick - 2:36 from 2003's Little Music: Singles 1997-2002
Small - 3:19 from 2005's Electrified
I Saw Cinnamon - 2:11 from 2002's Second Round
Ringalingaling - 3:45 from 2005's Electrified
All the Right Reasons - 2:35 from 2003's Little Music: Singles 1997-2002
Call It Even Later - 2:42 from 2005's Electrified
New Song (From Me to You) - 2:32 from 2003's Dressy Bessy

T. Rex - The Motivator - 3:57 from 1971's Electric Warrior
The B-52's - Planet Claire - 4:35 from 1979's The B-52's
Robyn Hitchcock - She Doesn't Exist - 4:25 from 1996's Greatest HIts
The White Stripes - Forever for Her (Is Over for Me) - 3:15 from 2005's Get Behind Me Satan
Moldy Peaches - Who's Got the Crack - 3:25 from 2001's The Moldy Peaches
Papas Fritas - Holiday - 2:47 from 1995's Papas Fritas
The Apples in Stereo - You Said That Last Night - 2:33 from 1997's Tone Soul Evolution

The Waitresses - Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful? - 3:40 from 1982's Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful?
Blondie - Once I Had a Love (AKA the Disco Song) - 3:15 from 1993's Blonde & Beyond
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Turn Into - 4:05 from 2006's Show Your Bones
Altered Images - See Those Eyes - 5:40 from 1982's Pinky Blue

Frankie Armstrong - The Love Market (Bertolt Brecht/Hanns Eisler) - 2:40 from 1992's Let No One Deceive You: Songs of Bertolt Brecht
Lynn Drury - Northern - 4:52 from 2006's All You Need