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#6: "Swing the Jingle"
"Swing The Jingle" was an ambitious mid '60s Coca Cola advertising project. The idea was to have the rock and soul artists of the day sing Coke jingles. The song was always written and performed in the style of the particular performing artist so that young people would identify and want to drink Coke. Duh! In addition to the albums shown below, The Four Seasons TX-94, Wayne Fontana TX-105, Freddie & The Dreamers (unknown #), Petula Clark (unknown #), Los Bravos (unknown #), (Unknown Artists) "More Than One" TX-96, (Unknown Artists) "Lift-top Cap" TX-99 also have Swing The Jingle albums and there's probably a few more. Many other artists recorded "Swing The Jingles" but they didn't have albums. Any additional info is appreciated.

Supremes
The Supremes TX-102

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Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison TX-97

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Shirelles
The Shirelles TX-93

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Jay & The Americans
Jay & The Americans TX-112

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The Coasters
The Coasters TX-100

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The Fortunes
The Fortunes (no #)

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Little Milton
Little Milton TX-111

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Jan-N-Dean
Jan & Dean TX-103
Sue Thompson, Missing Cover
Sue Thompson, Missing Cover, TX-101

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The Limeliters, Missing Cover
The Limeliters, Missing Cover, TX-92

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Various EP, Missing Cover
Various EP, Missing Cover
Various EP
Various EP - Audio: Los Bravos

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Dick Clark For Dr. Pepper EP
Dick Clark For Dr. Pepper EP
Coke Comp Boot
Coke Comp Boot - Audio: The Who

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Coke Comp Boot Back Cover
Coke Comp Boot Back Cover
VASwingersForCoke
VA Swingers For Coke
WayneFontana
Wayne Fontana



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