Recording artists The Morning Dew, toured the mid-western states during the mid to late 1960's. They recorded for the Roulette and Fairyland labels.


The Dew performed at most of the major universities, colleges and major clubs in the Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska area.  They also toured in Oklahoma and Arkansas.  


On the National stage, they performed as the opening act for The Drifters, The Turtles, and Gary Puckett and the Union Gap.


These seven recording sessions represent the band’s body of work and clearly demonstrates the significant evolution of the band’s sound from 1966 to 1970.  The extra material has been released by various labels. Additional information is available through the link.


Their recordings have included:


1966 Demo Acetate -The Morning Dew-AudioHouse, Lawrence, Ks (extremely rare)

1967 45 RPM single No More which rose regional to the top ten-Fairyland Records, Recorded in Columbia, MO

1967 45 RPM single Be A Friend-Fairyland Records, Recorded in Columbia, MO

1969 Demo Tape, Recorded at Fairyland Studio in Columbia, MO

1970 LP-At Last-Roulette Records, Recorded in NYC, NY  This LP also featured the song Save Me composed by Malcomb Robinson (Morning Dew) and Kerry Livegren (Kansas) as songwriters. Save Me was Livegren's first published song.

1970 Demo Tape, Recorded at AudioHouse in Lawrence, KS

1971 CD-Morning Dew "At Last"-re-release Akarma Records

1988 LP-Cut the Chatter-CapedCrusader/Fairland Records

1994 CD-Morning Dew "The Definitive Collection (1966-1969)-Collectables Records

1995 CD-The Morning Dew Second Album (music from 1969-1970)-Collectables Records, Recorded at Audio House, Lawrence, KS

2009 CD-Morning Dew "No More" 1966-1969-Cicadelic Records

2009 CD-Morning Dew "At Last"-Cicadelic Records includes both 1969 Roulette recordings in New York City and 1970 recordings at Audio House in Lawrence, KS.

2009 Vinyl LP-Morning Dew Early Years 1966-1968-Break-a-way Records includes early Audio House recordings and Fairyland



1984 LP  Pebbles Volume 14

1994 CD The Cicadelic 60's Volume 5 Unreleased Garage Band Demos, 1966-1968-Collectable Records

1998 CD The Thingies Have Arrived-Collectable Records

1998 CD Gems from the Garage Band Vaults-Green Crystal Ties Volumn Nine-Collectable Records

1998 CD The Great Lost Psychedelic Garage Bands-Collectable Records