Tammy Ealom's had her proverbial cheeks pinched by so many critics lately that calling her thrift-store style and retro sunshine pop "cute" seems cruel. But by naming her band after a doll, Dressy Bessy's brainchild asked for it. And on the Denver group's third full-length, there's more adorable where that came from. Anchored by ultra-bouncy rhythms, the album finds six-string slinger John Hill (also of Apples in Stereo) reeling in his share of distorto-guitar mini-solos and chunky hooks. But it's Ealom's buoyant sing-along lyricism that really steer the boat... More >>>