The Swinging Blue Jeans (1967) Reissue of first album. Jump 'n' Jeans (1979). Best Of The Swinging Blue Jeans Compilation album, 1963–67. List of bands from Merseyside. List of performers on Top of the Pops. List of British Invasion Artists. Roberts, David (2006).
Although they're only remembered today for their 1964 hit "Hippy Hippy Shake," which charted on both sides of the Atlantic - the Swinging Blue Jeans were actually one of the strongest of the Liverpool bands from the '60s British Invasion; and, indeed, the Blue Jeans' earliest incarnation goes back about as far as the roots of the Beatles as th. That string of successes led to a good debut album called Blue Jeans A' Swinging, issued in July of 1964. They were only to enjoy one more charting single, a rendition of the Burt Bacharach/Hal David-authored "Don't Make Me Over," which only reached number 31 in 1965. Ralph Ellis - who, with Ray Ennis was one of the two songwriters in the group - left early in the following year, and was succeeded by Terry Sylvester, who had previously played with the Escorts.
Skip to YouTube video. The Swinging Blue Jeans had a spell of moderate success, breaking into the . with the aforementioned hit but also charting again and again in the . such as with the top 5 cover track "You're No Good".
Monday, February 23, 2015. The Swinging Blue Jeans - Complete LP Part4 BEST 2014 ALBUM: the Carousels - Love Changes Like The Seasons.
|A3||I Like It Mean|
|A4||You're No Good|
|A5||Good Golly Miss Molly|
|A6||The Hippy Hippy Shake|
|B2||Whole Lotta Trouble|
|B3||You've Got Another Think Comin'|
|B6||Stop And Turn It Off|