The Swinging Blue Jeans

Formed 1960. Disbanded 30 May 2010.
The Swinging Blue Jeans

Biography

The Swinging Blue Jeans were a four-piece 1960s British Merseybeat band, best known for their hit singles with the HMV label; "Hippy Hippy Shake"(originally recorded by Chan Romero) "Good Golly Miss Molly" (recorded originally by Little Richard) and "You're No Good"(originally recorded by Betty Everett) issued in 1964. Subsequent singles released that year and the next made no impression. In 1966, their version of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "Don't Make Me Over" peaked at no. 31 in the UK Singles Chart, but the group never charted again.

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