Danish guitarist Jorgen Ingmann has already been introduced via a post back in April. You can read more about him there.
Swinging Guitar was released in 1959 (on Metronome in Ingmann's home country and on Mercury in North America), two years before Ingmann's recording of Apache was a huge hit in the U.S. and Canada. As mentioned in the earlier post, he was heavily influenced by the multitrack recordings of Les Paul. That's readily apparent on this album, which contains mainly tricked up versions of standards like Blue Moon. Listen to and/or download from the link below.
Blue Moon was one of the 101 selections released on Danish Guitar Ace, a difficult to find four-CD retrospective of Ingmann's recordings for Metronome from 1953 to 1976. The excellent German mail order company Bear Family apparently was the only place you could get it when I made the original post in April, but it now appears to be out of stock.
There are plenty of Jorgen Ingmann tunes, including Blue Moon, available for download. However, it's a case of buyer beware as many of these are undoubtedly dubbed from vinyl. Listen before buying.
Here, from YouTube, is another of Ingmann's Metronome recordings, El Bandito (The Bandit). Britain's The Shadows also did this one.