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Swans Way was a three-piece UK pop group. In addition to the future Scarlet Fantastic duo of Maggie De Monde (vocals and percussion) and Rick P. Jones (double bass), Swans Way featured the vocals of Robert Shaw. They formed in Birmingham in 1982. They were also one of the bands who have covered "Gloomy Sunday", which featured on the B-side of their Top 20 hit in 1984; a song called "Soul Train". They split up the same year.