THE MORNING DEW - 'No More'/'Look At Me Now' (Fairyland 1001) April 1967
The Morning Dew were a group of youngsters from Topeka, Kansas who released two sought after singles in 1967. Over the years they have had various collections re-issued by labels such as Collectables, Cicadelic and Break-A-Way Records, all with previously unissued material and different takes of their 45s.
There's even an official Morning Dew website and I've uploaded the group shots that can be seen here from that site.
'No More' is a cool piece of teen beat made even more special by the mid song fuzz break by singer/songwriter Mal Robinson. I understand that Mal used a mosrite fuzz box for the killer rave up.
Only 2000 copies of the record were made and released on the small local label Fairyland Records. The record quickly sold out due to The Morning Dew's huge reputation as a live act and became a regional hit.
Mal Robinson (guitar/vocals)
Don Sligar (drums)
Don Shufford (bass)
Don Anderson (rhythm guitar)
THE MORNING DEW - No More