Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)
|"Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)"|
|Single by John Fred and his Playboy Band|
|from the album Agnes English|
|B-side||Out Of Left Field|
|Writer(s)||John Fred, 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 Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds.
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."
Los Quando's released a Spanish version in 1968 in one of their EP's, with the title of "Judy con disfraz" with Spanish lyrics by Julio Guiu Sr.
Gary Lewis and the Playboys released a cover version on their 1968 album, Gary Lewis Now! Silicon Teens, the virtual British electronic new wave pop group created by Mute Records founder Daniel Miller, released a radically different electropop version in 1979.
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