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stereo versions and all of the tracks from their rare 1966 Canadian only LP 'Don't Make Me Over', believed to have been withdrawn soon after release.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'.