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Old Man Mose - The Swinging Blue Jeans - Live In Sweden



Label: Not On Label - none • Format: CD Album Live • Country: Sweden • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll
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Subsequent singles released that year and the next made no impression. The group had its origins inwhen Bruce McCaskill formed a jazz influenced skiffle sextet group called the Bluegenes. There were a number of early personnel changes, as guitarist Ralph Ellis joined the band and Ward was replaced by Les Braid.

They were a fully working band byplaying skiffle at venues in Liverpool and at the Star Club in Hamburg. However the German audiences booed them off the stage, and the group rapidly changed direction and focus.

They switched to rock and Born Under A Guillotine - Deathrite - Into Extinctionand with a name change to reflect their attire, to the Swinging Blue Jeans. After the departure of Moss, the band became a quartet. In Decembera cover of the song "Hippy Hippy Shake" took the band to Number two on the British Razorblade Kiss - HIM - Love Metal Archives Vol.1 / Video Collection (2в1) Музыкальная Коллекция (D and established them as stars.

They had a three-year spell of success, rising and falling with Merseybeat Old Man Mose - The Swinging Blue Jeans - Live In Sweden. Inthe band's producer Ridley decided to try and transform Ennis into a solo star, cutting the disc "Tremblin'" with session musicians and backing vocals by Madeline Bell and Kiki Deebut it was ultimately released under the band's name.

Also in that year the band went to a five piece unit with the introduction of another member from The Escorts, bass player Mike Gregory, with Braid moving on to keyboards. Sylvester left at the end of to replace Graham Nash in The Hollies. Early in Alan Lovell deputised for guitarist Colin Manley due to his deteriorating health. At the end of The Solid Silver Sixties tour in MayRay Ennis officially retired, announcing his retirement on radio and to the general public.

During and prior to the tour, Ennis offered Lovell the opportunity to continue with the band under the name "The Swinging Blue Jeans".

Initially Lovell declined but subsequently registered the trademark of the name "The Swinging Blue Jeans" without Ray Ennis's knowledge. Ennis then decided to challenge Lovell for the ownership of the trademark but a Court decision ruled that Lovell had Old Man Mose - The Swinging Blue Jeans - Live In Sweden legal rights to the name. A subsequent appeal was lodged but was also dismissed. Meanwhile, Ennis came out of retirement to make occasional appearances with another band under the name "Ray Ennis's Blue Jeans".

The Swinging Blue Jeans continue to perform today, with no original members, under the leadership of Lovell. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Swinging Blue Jeans. Retrieved 9 August Pigs Nose Inn. London: Guinness World Records Limited. Retrieved 31 January Retrieved 15 March The Guardian. The Great Rock Bible. M-Y Books. The Fest for Beatles Fans. Norwich Evening News.

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  1. May 01,  · The only album the Swinging Blue Jeans released in their native U.K. during the s (a couple of other collections appeared in North America). It's a thin if reasonably energetic affair, filled to the gills with Merseyized covers of classic rock and R&B tunes that don't display a lot of imagination in either approach or selection ("Long Tall Author: D&J.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Live CDr release of Live In Sweden on Discogs.4/4(1).
  3. Feb 15,  · Terry Sylvester left that year to join the Hollies, succeeding Graham Nash in the latter group, but the Swinging Blue Jeans soldiered on, right into the early s. Ennis and Braid stayed on in the core of the band, amid myriad personnel changes, and kept them going for years after that.
  4. The Swinging Blue Jeans - Collection ( - ) APE (image + cue) + log The Swinging Blue Jeans - The Best Of EMI Years (, Remastered, U.K.) 1. Three Little Fishes* (previously unreleased) 2. Now I Must Go* 3. Hippy Hippy Shake 4. It's Too Late Now* 5. Shaking Feeling 6. Good Golly Miss Molly 7. Ol' Man Mose 8.
  5. Feb 12,  · Blue Jeans a' Swinging features punchy, crunchy rhythm guitar, jangling lead guitar, some pretty raw singing by all four bandmembers alternating with decent harmonizing. There are also a few offbeat song choices, starting with the opening track, "Ol' Man Mose.".
  6. The Swinging Blue Jeans had the standard Shadows line-up of two guitars, a bass guitar and drums and achieved local fame with their appearances at the Mardi Gras Club and the Cavern Club. An album Blue Jeans a-Swinging was released in by HMV; a contemporaneous American LP composed of 45 and EP tracks, Hippy Hippy Shake included the Genres: Merseybeat.
  7. The Swinging Blue Jeans - Ol`Man Mose Lyrics. Once there lived an ol' man and he had a very funny nose He lived there in a little log hut calling ol' man Mose Well, I went down to his c.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Swinging Blue Jeans - Live In Sweden at Discogs. Complete your The Swinging Blue Jeans collection.4/4(1).

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