In 1966, their version of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "Don't Make Me Over" peaked at no. Ronstadt gave an early televised performance of "You're No Good" on an episode of The Midnight Special which was broadcast December 21, 1973. You’re No Good – The Swinging Blue Jeans (Clint Ballard Jnr.) The Swinging Blue Jeans - You’re No Good Lyrics. Sylvester left at the end of 1968 to replace Graham Nash in The Hollies. [5] The band drifted into a middle of the road direction which failed to bring them any success. Feeling better Now that we're through Feeling better Cause I'm over you I've learned my lesson It left a scar And now I see How you really In early 1966, Terry Sylvester from The Escorts replaced Ellis, who had shared songwriting duties with Ray Ennis. The Swinging Blue Jeans - You're No Good. Segui. The style of the score is Rock. There were a number of early personnel changes, as guitarist Ralph Ellis joined the band and Ward was replaced by Les Braid. Bookmark the permalink . The B-side of "You're No Good", "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You), originally sung by Hank Williams, also charted and was simultaneously a number 2 C&W hit for Ronstadt. Dm E A And now I see how you really are. Youre No Good Solo tab by The Swinging Blue Jeans. The Best of the Swinging Blue Jeans 1963-66. The Swinging Blue Jeans had a spell of moderate success, breaking into the U.S. with the aforementioned hit but also charting again and again in the U.K. such as with the top 5 cover track " You're No Good ". So Much In Love 10. Song information for You're No Good - The Swinging Blue Jeans on AllMusic AllMusic. [5] They switched to rock and roll, and with a name change to reflect their attire, to the Swinging Blue Jeans. Sue Johnston, then personal assistant to Peter Brown, was dating Swinging Blue Jeans drummer Norman Kuhlke and claims that she brought "You're No Good" to the attention of the Swinging Blue Jeans. If You Don't Love Me 3. Initially Lovell declined but subsequently registered the trademark of the name "The Swinging Blue Jeans" without Ray Ennis's knowledge. The Swinging Blue Jeans - Don't You Worry About Me - 1964 - 45 RPM Ray Ennis – Vocalist / lead guitarist – born Raymond Vincent Ennis, 26 May 1940. De band bestaat nog steeds, maar het laatste lid van de originele band, Ray Ennis, is in mei 2010 vertrokken. To hear the demo, press the PLAY button. Bb C F I've learned my lesson, it left a scar. So I gave the song to Betty Everett." "You're No Good" is a song written by Clint Ballard Jr., first performed by Dee Dee Warwick for Jubilee Records in 1963 with production by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Interview Radio sessions recorded for Saturday Club. Catalog SKU number of the notation is 108962. [5] 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. After the departure of Moss, the band became a quartet. Betty Everett's version for Vee-Jay Records of Chicago became the first hit version, in November 1963. In a 1983 interview with the Los Angeles Times, Ronstadt expressed reservations about the recordings she had made during her 1970s heyday, specifically citing "You're No Good": "I thought the production on 'You're No Good' was very good but [that] I didn't sing it very well. "When Will I Be Loved" was then issued as the follow-up single.[7]. Year: 1964. "You're No Good" is a song written by Clint Ballard, Jr., first performed by Dee Dee Warwick for Jubilee Records in 1963 with production by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. You're No Good by The Swinging Blue Jeans, released 05 March 2019 1. Sue Johnston, then personal assistant to Peter Brown, was dating Swinging Blue Jeans drummer Norman Kuhlke and claims that she brought "You're No Good" to the attention of the Swinging Blue Jeans. 2:33. Ol Man Mose 9. Andrew Gold added a sparse drum track, giving me a basic track to sing over. Video clip. Subsequent singles released that year and the next made no impression. Guarda altri video. Buoyed in part by the success of "You're No Good", the album Heart Like a Wheel, which was released in late 1974, was a major success, and eventually went double platinum. According to a Classic Tracks article by Mick Hurwitz at MixOnline.com: "It ends with a strong, long held note, which Asher conceived, executed by Garay with a slow riding of the level on the string faders during the final mix."[5]. One Media Music. It has since been covered by many artists, including charting versions by Betty Everett in 1963, The Swinging Blue Jeans in 1964, and Linda Ronstadt in 1975, whose version was a number 1 hit in the United States. Ennis then decided to challenge Lovell for the ownership of the trademark but a Court decision ruled that Lovell had exclusive legal rights to the name. The quintet's first recording, "It's Too Late Now", which was written by Ennis, made the British Top 30. Johnny B. Goode 7. III, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=You%27re_No_Good&oldid=1014222724, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from March 2014, All articles needing additional references, Singlechart usages for Billboardadultcontemporary, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz work identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, International renderings include Finnish versions, "Olet Paha", a 1964 single release by, This page was last edited on 25 March 2021, at 21:29. The German audiences booed them off the stage, however, and the group rapidly changed direction and focus. A subsequent appeal was lodged but was also dismissed. Song information for You're No Good - The Swinging Blue Jeans on AllMusic. [5] The original backing track intended for Ronstadt's version of "You're No Good" was recorded July 1, 1974. You're No Good:Swinging Blue Jeans. The success of "You're No Good" set a precedent for Ronstadt's single releases which over the next five years would virtually all be remakes of classic rock and roll songs. 5 anni fa | 862 visualizzazioni. Michael666u7. The single peaked at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100, and at number 5 on "Cashbox's R&B Locations" chart. Johnny Carter and Paul Moss entered the band to replace Hughes and McCaskill. Meanwhile, Ennis came out of retirement to make occasional appearances with another band under the name "Ray Ennis's Blue Jeans". [6], In late August 1974 a string arrangement - by Gregory Rose - was added to the track at AIR Studios. Ronstadt would recall: "Ed Black, who played six-string guitar and pedal steel, started to play a rhythm riff on his Les Paul. Song information for You're No Good - The Swinging Blue Jeans on AllMusic Segnala. Style: Pop Rock, Beat. This entry was posted in 1960s, Merseybeat, Music, Rock 'N' Roll, Some Other Guys and tagged Don't Make Me Over, The Hippy Hippy Shake, The Swinging Blue Jeans, You're No Good by Thom Hickey. I've Got A Girl 6. I don’t think I knew how to phrase around [the players], certainly no fault of theirs. Explore releases from The Swinging Blue Jeans at Discogs. Carter came from HyKatz Skiffle Group in 1959, before leaving for Canada in June 1961. Watch the video for You're No Good from The Swinging Blue Jeans's 25 Greatest Hits for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. "[5], The final recording of the Ronstadt version of "You're No Good" was made July 5, 1974. Linda Ronstadt's version of "You're No Good" became the song's most successful cover. The Swinging Blue Jeans ‎– You're No Good. Genre: Rock, Pop. Sadly, they seemed to fly along with t… read more. The Swinging Blue Jeans You're No Good sheet music arranged for Guitar Chords/Lyrics and includes 2 page(s). So we did that, and boom, a hit."[2]. This earned the band, then a quintet featuring Ennis, Braid, Ellis, Kuhlke and Moss, a recording contract with HMV with record producer, Walter Ridley. It Isn't There 4. [1][2][3][4], The group had its origins in 1957, when Bruce McCaskill formed a jazz influenced skiffle sextet group called the Bluegenes. Dm G Dm G Feeling better, now that we're through. INTRO: A Dm Gm A.. Dm G A #1. 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It's So Right 5. 1963 bekamen sie einen Plattenvertrag bei EMI und veröffentlichten bald darauf ihre erste Single It's Too Late Now , es folgte Do You Know im September desselben Jahres. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1964 Vinyl release of You're No Good on Discogs. The Swinging Blue Jeans continue to perform today, with no original members, under the leadership of Lovell. EMI Digital / EMI Music Distribution / Parlophone / … It was also nominated for the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. It's not the kind of song I got a lot of satisfaction out of singing."[8]. (Intro) Dm G Bb A x2 Dm G Dm G Feeling better, now that we're through Dm G Dm G Feeling better, 'cause I'm over you Bb C F I've learned my lesson it left a scar Dm E A And now I see how you really are Dm You're no good G You're no good Dm You're no good G Dm G Baby, you're no good, I'm gonna say it again Dm You're no good G You're no good Dm You're no good G Dm G Baby, you're no good (mmm) Dm G Dm G Broke a heart, who's gentle and true Dm G Dm G I left a girl, for someone like you … Their version also charted in France at number 26 and was successful enough regionally in the US to reach number 97 on the Billboard Hot 100. Dm G Dm G Feeling better, cause I'm over you. We played it at a faster tempo live, which we did on that recording [ie. The Swinging Blue Jeans - You're no good 1964. Listen to You're No Good by The Swinging Blue Jeans, 67,383 Shazams. An album Blue Jeans a-Swinging was released in 1964 by HMV; a contemporaneous American LP composed of 45 and EP tracks, Hippy Hippy Shake included the released-in-the-US-only instrumental, "Wasting Time". Died April 2018, Alan Lovell – Guitarist – born 5 January 1952, Newtown, Wales – 1981– present, Jeff Bannister – Keyboardist, vocalist – born Jeffrey Bannister, 7 January 1943, Slough, Berkshire, Pete Oakman – Bassist, vocalist – born Peter Andrew Oakman, 12 December 1943, Cuffley, Hertfordshire – 2010. Subsequent singles released that year and the next made no impression. It has since been covered by many artists, including charting versions by Betty Everett in 1963, The Swinging Blue Jeans in 1964, and Linda Ronstadt in 1975, whose version was a number 1 hit in the United States. Tuning: E A D G B E. Author HRPufnstuf [a] 243. Lovey Dovey 8. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Swinging Blue Jeans at the Discogs Marketplace. Sie spielten unter anderem auch im Star-Club in Hamburg . At the end of The Solid Silver Sixties tour in May 2010, Ray Ennis officially retired, announcing his retirement on radio and to the general public. In the UK the Swinging Blue Jeans had the hit version of "You're No Good" reaching number 3 in the summer of 1964. Dm E A And now I see how you really are. View and print lyrics via the link on this page and view included assets such as MIDI Karaoke and melody in the DETAILS section below. In December 1963, a cover of the song "Hippy Hippy Shake" took the band to Number two on the British charts and established them as stars.[5]. 31 in the UK Singles Chart, but the group never charted again. When Les Braid died in 2005, Peter Oakman took over on bass guitar/vocals. She’d been doing the song already, and it was always a favorite song of mine...the version I fell in love with [being by] the Swinging Blue Jeans". of July 1]. We did a few takes, picked one we liked, and then Andrew, who always played guitars and keyboards went to work with Peter (Asher) and began to work up layers of guitar, piano and percussion tracks." "You're No Good" was also an international hit for Ronstadt, reaching number 15 in Australia, number 17 in the Netherlands, and number 24 in New Zealand. In 1967, the 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 Dee, but it was ultimately released under the band's name. New Releases. The Swinging Blue Jeans - You`re No Good Lyrics. Dm G Dm G Feeling better, cause I'm over you. Video successivo. Feeling better Now that we're through Feeling better Cause I'm over you I've learned my lesson It left a scar And now I see How you really [5] The band eventually retired to the cabaret circuit.[5]. [1], Vee-Jay's head A&R man Calvin Carter found the song while visiting New York City in search of material for his label's roster and he originally intended to cut "You're No Good" with Dee Clark but, he recalled: "when I went to rehearsal with the tune, it was so negative, I said, 'Hey, guys don't talk negative about girls, because girls are the record buyers. The Swinging Blue Jeans is een Britse popgroep, oorspronkelijk uit Liverpool.De groep had in 1964 drie hits: Hippy Hippy Shake, Good Golly Miss Molly en You’re No Good.Na 1964 kwam ze nooit meer terug in de hitparade. The arrangement code for the composition is LC. You're No Good:Swinging Blue Jeans. I told the engineer 'Let's do it again, and let's mic those foot sounds, 'cause it really gave it a hell of a beat.' Dm G Dm G Feeling better, now that we're through. "[5] Ronstadt vetoed the July 1 arrangement; she recalls: "It was just the wrong groove for me. #3 on UK Charts and #97 on BB Hot 100 on HMV Records in 1964. During and prior to the tour, Ennis offered Lovell the opportunity to continue with the band under the name "The Swinging Blue Jeans". No, I better pass on that.' She first included it in her setlist while opening for Neil Young. Artists who have covered "You're No Good" include: Learn how and when to remove this template message, I Can't Help It (If I'm Still in Love with You), "Image : RPM Weekly - Library and Archives Canada", Charts.nz – Linda Ronstadt – You're No Good", "Linda Ronstadt Chart History (Adult Contemporary)", "Item Display - RPM - Library and Archives Canada", "Top 100 Hits of 1975/Top 100 Songs of 1975", The Stone Poneys featuring Linda Ronstadt, Linda Ronstadt, Stone Poneys and Friends, Vol. The Swinging Blue Jeans are a four-piece 1960s British Merseybeat band, best known for their hit singles with the HMV label; "Hippy Hippy Shake", "Good Golly Miss Molly", and "You're No Good", issued in 1964. Capitol Records was unsure whether to release "You're No Good" or "When Will I Be Loved" as the lead single off Heart Like a Wheel, only deciding to release "You're No Good" a week after the album's release. They were a fully working band by 1962, playing skiffle at venues in Liverpool and at the Star Club in Hamburg. #3 on UK Charts and #97 on BB Hot 100 on HMV Records in 1964. The track ascended to number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated February 15, 1975. Label: Imperial - 66049 • Format: Vinyl 7 The Swinging Blue Jeans - You're No Good (1964, Vinyl) | Discogs In 1966, their version of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "Don't Make Me Over" peaked at no. As a song it was just an afterthought. Manley died in April 1999 and Lovell became a permanent member of the band as lead guitarist/vocalist. You're No Good - The Swinging Blue Jeans (MIDI) "You're No Good" in the style of The Swinging Blue Jeans is a professional MIDI Backing Track by Hit Trax. 1:36. Colin Manley – Guitarist – born Colin William Manley, 16 April 1942, Old Swan, Liverpool – died 9 April 1999, John Ryan – Drummer – born 5 April 1953, Pinehurst Avenue, Liverpool – 1980–1983, Mike Gregory – Bass guitarist – born Michael Gregory, 7 November 1946, Liverpool Maternity Hospital, Liverpool – 1967–1972, Michael Pynn – 1972–1975 lead guitar, vocals, recorded two albums & toured Scandinavia, Keith Dodd - lead guitar former member of Ricky Gleason and the Topspots, he can be seen playing with them on Wheeltappers and Shunters club, Phil Thompson – Drummer – born 18 October 1947, Liverpool; joined the band in 1983. Spud Ward – Double bassist, bass guitar, songwriter – born Albert James Ward, 2 November 1940, "Do You Know" / "Angie" (HMV POP 1206, September 1963), "Promise You'll Tell Her" / "It's So Right" (HMV POP 1327, August 1964), "It Isn't There" / "One of These Days" (HMV POP 1375, December 1964), "Make Me Know You're Mine" / "I've Got a Girl" (HMV POP 1409, March 1965), "Sandy" / "I'm Gonna Have You" (HMV POP 1533, June 1966), "Rumours, Gossip, Words Untrue" / "Now the Summer's Gone" (HMV POP 1564, November 1966), "Tremblin'" / "Something's Coming Along" (HMV POP 1596, July 1967), This page was last edited on 15 October 2020, at 12:53. 229 views, added to favorites 10 times. Bb C F I've learned my lesson, it left a scar. 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. Les Braid – Bassist / keyboardist – born William Leslie Braid, 15 September 1937, West Derby Road, Ralph Ellis – Guitarist – born 8 March 1942, Liverpool – 1958–1966, Norman Houghton – Washboard – born 18 September 1940, Liverpool – 1957, Kenneth Metcalf – Lead vocalist, guitar – 1957, Tommy Hughes – Banjo – 1958–1959 – born 7 May 1938 – died 21 September 2013, Paul Moss – Banjo – 1959–1963 - born 1942. The Swinging Blue Jeans: You're No Good / Don't You Worry About Me ‎ (7", Single) His Master's Voice: POP (I) 1304: Ireland: 1964: Sell This Version Early in 1999 Alan Lovell deputised for guitarist Colin Manley due to his deteriorating health. Besides guitarist/vocalist McCaskill, the original line-up also included banjo player Tommy Hughes, washboard player Norman Kuhlke, and oil drum bass player Spud Ward. According to Bob Warford, a guitarist in Ronstadt's touring band who played on the July 1 track, "They were trying to do an R&B version of the song, which was actually closer to the way we did it live than to the released version. John E. Carter – Singer, guitarist – born 21 May 1938, Liverpool. Subsequent singles released that year and the next made no impression. INTRO: A Dm Gm A.. Dm G A #1. Kenny Edwards...the bass player...echoed the riff in octaves. You're No Good is a popular song by The Swinging Blue Jeans | Create your own TikTok videos with the You're No Good song and explore 1 videos made by new and popular creators. View official tab. They were fantastic. The Swinging Blue Jeans - Good … [3] Their version also charted in France at number 26 and was successful enough regionally in the US to reach number 97 on the Billboard Hot 100. Ronstadt recalls that during a playback after several hours of work, Val Garay, the engineer, accidentally erased Andrew Gold's guitar solo from the track, necessitating Asher and Gold's reconstructing that solo from scratch. We have an official Youre No Good tab made by UG professional guitarists. 31 in the UK Singles Chart, but the group never charted again. 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", "Good Golly Miss Molly", and "You're No Good". Last edit on Oct 14, 2017. Ab 1962 und nachdem Moss die Band verlassen hatte, nannten sie sich Swinging Blue Jeans. Ronstadt recorded her album Heart Like a Wheel with producer Peter Asher in the summer of 1974 at the Sound Factory; "You're No Good" was a last-minute choice for recording, and while the song was Ronstadt's suggestion, Asher recalls: "It was an odd coincidence. In the UK the Swinging Blue Jeans had the hit version of "You're No Good" reaching number 3 in the summer of 1964. Phil Thompson (drums) was unable to continue with band due to personal reasons so in June 2010, two new musicians joined; Graham Hollingworth (drums) and Jeff Bannister (keyboards/vocals). Minimum required purchase quantity for these notes is 1. You’re No Good – The Swinging Blue Jeans / Betty Everett (Clint Ballard Jnr.) They had a three-year spell of success, rising and falling with Merseybeat itself. The Swinging Blue Jeans are a four-piece 1960s British Merseybeat band, best known for their hit singles with the HMV label; "Hippy Hippy Shake", "Good Golly Miss Molly", and "You're No Good", issued in 1964. You're No Good 2. Linda Ronstadt began performing "You're No Good" to close her live shows in early 1973, after her band member Kenny Edwards suggested it to her.