Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)" is a song that was a hit for the Louisiana-based John Fred & His Playboy Band in late 1967. The song was jointly written and composed by Fred and bandmate Andrew Bernard. The song features strings, brass, a sitar, piano, bass, guitar, drums, breathing sounds, and dissonant string sounds. Its title is a play on, and a mondegreen of, the Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
John Fred and the Playboy Band were a great group of professionals and had a very tight band. Judy in Disquise" knocked the Beatles out of the number one spot on the charts. But since "Judy" was a novelty song no one would take the band serious. My first exposure to John Fred and his Playboy Band was in June, 1966 when I was 13 years old and they were the opening act for Herman's Hermits at a concert in New Orleans' City Park Stadium. They started out with a blistering version of Sam & Dave's "Hold On I'm Coming" and then launched into their original material.
John Fred And His Playboy Band – Judy In Disguise (With Glasses). HIT January 20, 1968. In the 1960 musical . Blues, Elvis Presley sang a supremely cheesy half-German ballad called Wooden Heart (Muss I Den) to a puppet
Album: The Number One's: Hot in the '60s (1998). Artist: John Fred & His Playboy Band. Genre: Pop. Money online! Converting/Cutting. Captcha: File format: MP3 AMR WAV AAC WMA.
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