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Three CD anthology containing every song recorded by Merseybeat group, The Swinging Blue Jeans between 1963 and 1969. Plus their sole UK album 'Blue Jeans A' Swinging' (1964) in full in both mono and stereo versions and all of the tracks from their rare 1966 Canadian only LP 'Don't Make Me Over', believed to have been withdrawn soon after release. These tracks include versions of The Beatles' 'This Boy', The Lovin' Spoonful's 'Do You Believe In Magic' and soul man Rufus Thomas' 'Jump Back'. The Swinging Blue Jeans had a residency at Liverpool's legendary Cavern Club where The Beatles once appeared as their guests and, like the Fab Four, they cut their teeth playing Hamburg's The Star-Club. The huge success of their 1963 single 'Hippy Hippy Shake' made The Swinging Blue Jeans stars in the UK, Canada, Scandinavia, Germany, Australia and the USA. Terry Sylvester from The Escorts joined The Swinging Blue Jeans in early 1966, appearing on singles, 'Sandy', 'Rumours, Gossip, Words Untrue' and 'What Have They Done To Hazel' and the Canadian album, 'Don't Make Me Over', before leaving to replace Graham Nash in The Hollies in 1968. Singers Madeline Bell and Kiki Dee guest on the 1967 single 'Tremblin'.
Three CD anthology containing every song recorded by Merseybeat group, The Swinging Blue Jeans between 1963 and 1969. Plus their sole UK album 'Blue Jeans A' Swinging' (1964) in full in both mono and stereo versions and all of the tracks from their rare 1966 Canadian only LP 'Don't Make Me Over', believed to have been withdrawn soon after release. These tracks include versions of The Beatles' 'This Boy', The Lovin' Spoonful's 'Do You Believe In Magic' and soul man Rufus Thomas' 'Jump Back'. The Swinging Blue Jeans had a residency at Liverpool's legendary Cavern Club where The Beatles once appeared as their guests and, like the Fab Four, they cut their teeth playing Hamburg's The Star-Club. The huge success of their 1963 single 'Hippy Hippy Shake' made The Swinging Blue Jeans stars in the UK, Canada, Scandinavia, Germany, Australia and the USA. Terry Sylvester from The Escorts joined The Swinging Blue Jeans in early 1966, appearing on singles, 'Sandy', 'Rumours, Gossip, Words Untrue' and 'What Have They Done To Hazel' and the Canadian album, 'Don't Make Me Over', before leaving to replace Graham Nash in The Hollies in 1968. Singers Madeline Bell and Kiki Dee guest on the 1967 single 'Tremblin'.
5013929431034

Details

Format: CD
Label: STRAWBERRY
Rel. Date: 07/22/2022
UPC: 5013929431034

Feelin Better: Anthology 1963-1969 (Uk)
Artist: Swinging Blue Jeans
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Ol' Man Mose (Commercial Test Version)
2. It's Too Late Now (Commercial Test Version)
3. Three Little Fishes (Commercial Test Version)
4. It's Too Late Now
5. Think of Me
6. Do You Know
7. Angie
8. Hippy Hippy Shake
9. Now I Must Go
10. Dizzy Miss Lizzy
11. Wasting Time
12. Good Golly Miss Molly
13. Shaking Feeling
14. Shakin' All Over
15. Shake, Rattle and Roll
16. You're No Good
17. Don't You Worry About Me
18. Promise You'll Tell Her
19. Ol' Man Mose
20. Save the Last Dance for Me
21. That's the Way It Goes
22. Around and Around
23. It's All Over Now
24. Long Tall Sally
25. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
26. Some Sweet Day
27. It's So Right
28. Don't It Make You Feel Good
29. All I Want Is You
30. Tutti Frutti
31. You Got Love
32. Dizzy Chimes
33. It Isn't There
34. One of These Days
35. Get Rid of Her
36. It's True
37. Make Me Know You're Mine
38. I've Got a Girl
39. Ready Teddy
40. Lovey Dovey
41. Crazy 'Bout My Baby
42. Good Lovin'
43. Don't Make Me Over
44. What Can I Do Today
45. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Cry Over You
46. Gotta Draw the Line (Sidney)
47. I'm Gonna Have You
48. I Don't Believe It
49. Nobody But Me
50. You Don't Love Me
51. I Want Love
52. Jump Back
53. Chug-A-Lug
54. This Boy
55. Do You Believe in Magic?
56. Sandy
57. Now That You've Got Me You Don't Seem to Want Me (Early Version)
58. It's in Her Kiss
59. You'd Better Stop
60. Our Day Will Come
61. I Wanna Be There
62. Anyway
63. You're Welcome to My Heart
64. Rumours, Gossips, Words Untrue
65. Now the Summer's Gone
66. I Made a Mistake
67. Master John (The Preacher's Son)
68. Gotta Draw the Line (Sidney) (Later Version)
69. It's Alright
70. Tremblin'
71. Something's Coming Along
72. Don't Go Out Into the Rain (You're Gonna Melt)
73. One Woman Man
74. Painting the Day
75. Ray Ennis ; the Blue Jeans- What Have They Done to
76. Ray Ennis ; the Blue Jeans- Now That You've Got Me (You Don't Seem to Want Me)
77. The Blue Jeans- Hey Mrs. Housewife
78. The Blue Jeans-Sandfly
79. Big City
80. Summer Comes Sunday
81. Good Golly Miss Molly (German Version)
82. Das Ist Prima (Shakin' Feeling German Version)
83. Tutti Frutti (German Version)
84. Das Ist Vorbei (One of These Days German Version)
85. The Hippy Hippy Shake (Stereo)
86. Ol' Man Mose (Stereo)
87. Save the Last Dance for Me (Stereo)
88. That's the Way It Goes (Stereo)
89. Around and Around (Stereo)
90. It's All Over Now (Stereo)
91. Long Tall Sally (Stereo)
92. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (Stereo)
93. Some Sweet Day (Stereo)
94. It's So Right (Stereo)
95. Don't It Make You Feel Good (Stereo)
96. All I Want Is You (Stereo)
97. Tutti Frutti (Stereo)
98. Make Me Know You're Mine (Stereo)
99. I've Got a Girl (Stereo)
100. Ready Teddy (Stereo)
101. Sandy (Stereo)
102. You're Welcome to My Heart (No Brass - Stereo)
103. Tremblin' (Stereo)

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Three CD anthology containing every song recorded by Merseybeat group, The Swinging Blue Jeans between 1963 and 1969. Plus their sole UK album 'Blue Jeans A' Swinging' (1964) in full in both mono and stereo versions and all of the tracks from their rare 1966 Canadian only LP 'Don't Make Me Over', believed to have been withdrawn soon after release. These tracks include versions of The Beatles' 'This Boy', The Lovin' Spoonful's 'Do You Believe In Magic' and soul man Rufus Thomas' 'Jump Back'. The Swinging Blue Jeans had a residency at Liverpool's legendary Cavern Club where The Beatles once appeared as their guests and, like the Fab Four, they cut their teeth playing Hamburg's The Star-Club. The huge success of their 1963 single 'Hippy Hippy Shake' made The Swinging Blue Jeans stars in the UK, Canada, Scandinavia, Germany, Australia and the USA. Terry Sylvester from The Escorts joined The Swinging Blue Jeans in early 1966, appearing on singles, 'Sandy', 'Rumours, Gossip, Words Untrue' and 'What Have They Done To Hazel' and the Canadian album, 'Don't Make Me Over', before leaving to replace Graham Nash in The Hollies in 1968. Singers Madeline Bell and Kiki Dee guest on the 1967 single 'Tremblin'.
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