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  1. Oct 26,  · John Fred And His Playboy Band – “Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)” bouncy R&B song with strings and horns, Fred doing his best white-soul-singer bleat. At The Party With My Brown.
  2. Apr 20,  · Though John Fred had been recording since the late s, it wasn't until the mid-'60s that he was able to issue an LP. That album, John Fred & His Playboys, is a somewhat odd and uneasy affair in that it doesn't always highlight the swampy blue-eyed soul that was Fred's true indie.darkfurymoongrovemightfont.infoinfo: D&J.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about John Fred & His Playboys* - John Fred And His Playboys at Discogs. Complete your John Fred & His Playboys* collection/5(5).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Love My Soul on Discogs/5(8).
  5. After signing to the tiny N-Joy label, the revived John Fred & His Playboy Band issued their cover of John Lee Hooker's "Boogie Chillun" in early -- the single missed the charts, but was a favorite of Elvis Presley. A move to the Jewel label preceded "Dial (Because I Love You)," another chart miss.
  6. Jan 20,  · Judy in disguise. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  7. John Fred Gourrier (May 8, – April 14, ), known by his stage name John Fred, was an American blue-eyed soul, swamp pop, rock and roll, and R&B performer from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, best known for the hit song "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)".Genres: Blue-eyed soul, swamp pop, bubblegum pop.
  8. Dec 16,  · Around he established a new group, John Fred and the Playboy Band. Their version of "Boogie Children" combined John Lee Hooker's "Boogie Chillen" with Frankie Lee Sims's "Walkin' with Frankie" and was a regional success, as was "Up and Down" and "Agnes English". The international breakthrough came with "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)".
  9. Aug 11,  · Fred also turns The Beatles' 'Back In The USSR' into a raw blues song. Very weird. The originals are top-notch though except for the rather creepy track 'The Big Show' which seems to start bad, get worse, and end with the feeling you've inhaled a mist of rust primer spray.3/5(2).
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