Barry Blue

Barry Blue

70s, glam rock, oldies, pop, rock

Barry Blue (born Barry Ian Green, 12 December 1950, in London), is a rock singer / producer / songwriter from the United Kingdom. He is best known for his hit songs, "Dancin' (on a Saturday Night)" and "Do You Wanna Dance", both from the 1970s. He signed to Bell Records in the early 1970s, but by the end of the decade his popularity had declined. His final Top 40 hit in the UK Singles Chart occurred in October 1974, when "Hot Shot" climbed to Number 23.

Hot Shots [1974]
No cover
  • 1. Hot Shot (2:58)
  • 2. Miss Hit & Run (3:12)
  • 3. Ooh I Do (4:04)
  • 4. School Love (3:16)
  • 5. Don't Wanna Be Blue (3:04)
  • 6. Hi-Cool Women (2:51)
  • 7. Dancing on a Saturday Night (3:13)
  • 8. Mona (2:53)
  • 9. Do You Wanna Dance? (2:34)
  • 10. Rosetta Stone (3:52)
  • 11. The Girl Next Door (3:56)
  • 12. Pay At The Gate (3:53)
  • 13. Queen Of Hearts (4:27)
  • 14. One Way Ticket (To The Blues) (4:24)