Judy in disguise
John Fred & his Playboys-Judy In Disguise
Provided to YouTube by Redeye Distribution Judy In Disguise (Original 45 Version) · John Fred and His Playboy Band Pop Hits From The Vaults ℗ 2012 Bug Music OBO Layback Music / Bug Music OBO Werdna Music Released on: 2013-01-01 Composer: John Fred, Andrew Bernard Music Publisher: Bug Music OBO Layback Music / Bug Music OBO Werdna Music Auto-generated by YouTube.
Judy in Disguise by John Fred & his Playboy Band, stereo audio but converted to black and white video due to poor video quality
"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. The other members of the Playboy Band did not like the unusual slow abrupt ending with Fred intoning the final line, "I guess I'll just take your glasses." Chart performance In January 1968, the song reached #1 in the U.S. and became a gold record.
In 1967 Louisiana native John Fred (with Andrew Bernard) wrote the song "Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)" in response to his mishearing of the 1966 Beatles song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". The song was a world wide hit for him and his Playboy Band. It has a complex structure, uses many different instruments and has completely nonsensical but supposedly 'psychedelic' lyrcs. We had fun with this, especially the ending.
My September entry for the Disney Song/Movie of the Month group! The theme is retro, so I used one of my favorite songs from the 60's-a parody of The Beatles' "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" called "Judy in Disguise With Glasses" by John Fred and his Playboys. It's basically the characters from Fantasia having a fun little dance party. All the movements are synchronized to match with the song. I was originally going to use more than one Disney movie but the choices of what clips to use were too much so I narrowed it down to Fantasia, one of my favorite Disney films. PLEASE DO NOT POST "THIS IS SO TRIPPY" OR SIMILAR COMMENTS THEY WILL BE DELETED.