Little Music collects singles and compilation tracks recorded between 1997 and 2002 by the perky indie pop group Dressy Bessy. The compilation includes their first single, a three-tracker including the fizzy "Fuzzy," the kicky "Ultra Vivid Color," and "Said You Would," which was released in 1997 by Little Dipper and reissued as part of the seven-track You Stand Here EP in 1998 by .
2003 also brought the compilation Little Music: Singles 1997-2002. These albums were initially released on Kindercore Records of Athens, Georgia. Their songs "If You Should Try to Kiss Her" and "Just Like Henry" were featured in the 1999 indie film But I'm A Cheerleader. In August, 2018 the band stated they were in the studio working on their seventh studio album to be released in early 2019. The new album will again be released on Yep Roc Records and Burger Records.
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Little Music: Singles 1997-2002. So you're a Denver psych-pop band putting out consistently solid, catchy '60s style music with enough personality to fall on this side of indie in a cow town known more for the jam band proclivities of its neighbor to the north (Boulder) or its abundance of Lo-Do frat rock cover bands than its burgeoning underground scene; a city that. Dressy Bessy blew down the doors of Emo's in Austin earlier this year with a sound best described as Brian Wilson directing a Sleater-Kinney that has finally admitted they really did dig the Go-Go's. Throw in some garage-tinged psychedelic guitar work and you've got the unlikely formula for The Next Big Thing. And Little Music is just a hint at what everyone is talking about.
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It was never our intention to drop out, it just sort of happened. We were dealing with life, but we never stopped making music. Although such seminal Dressy Bessy releases as Pink Hearts Yellow Moons, The California EP, SoundGoRound, Little Music: Singles 1997-2002, Dressy Bessy and Electrified earned the band an enthusiastic fan base with their effervescent, uplifting pop tunes, they also caused some observers to miss the tougher edge of Ealom's lyrics. Now that they're back in action with some of their strongest music to date, Dressy Bessy is happy to be back at work. I feel like we're just starting to get good at what we do," Ealom states.
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|1||Live To Tell All||1:58|
Backing Vocals – Josi Fluri
|5||All The Right Reasons||2:35|
|6||Ultra Vivid Color||2:40|
|8||Said You Would||2:33|
|9||2 My Question||3:03|
|12||I'm Never Wrong||3:37|
- Bass – Rob Greene
- Drums, Vocals – Darren Albert
- Guitar, Vocals, Engineer, Producer – John Hill
- Mastered By – Glenn Schick
- Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Songwriter, Artwork By – Tammy Ealom
NotesSingles compilation from 1997-2003.
Track 13 is noted as a previously unreleased demo.
Category printed on release is KC80.
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