The Swinging Blue Jeans~1964 – Tutti Frutti (Vinyl)
Mersibit British band formed in Liverpool, England, in 1960 (according to some sources, in 1958, the official website says that in 1961) (first as a Blue Jeans) (1), and go down in history, mainly due to hit “Hippy Hippy Shake », followed by (who had moderate success) cingly« Good Golly Miss Molly »,« You’re No Good
»and« Do not Make Me Over »(which marked the last appearance of the Quartet on the charts in 1966). Despite the limited commercial success, The Swinging Blue Jeans, according to Allmusic, considered one of the strongest teams Liverpool “British Invasion” mid-1960s.
In 1968, The Swinging Blue Jeans lost a contract with EMI, renamed in Music Motor, then regained its old name, and continued to perform (a frequently changing composition) until very recently.
In early 2010, the team founder Ray Ennis announced that he would leave the stage at the end of the current tour, which ended on May 30.
01. Ole’ Man Mose (3:09)
02. Save The Last Dance For Me (2:57)
03. That’s The Way It Goes (2:40)
04. Around And Around (2:13)
05. It’s All Over Now (2:03)
06. Long Tall Sally (1:44)
07. Lawdy Miss Clawdy (1:43)
08. Some Sweet Day (2:08)
09. It’s So Right (2:01)
10. Don’t It Make You Feel Good (1:45)
11. All I Want Is You (2:14)
12. Tutti Frutti (1:57)