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Label: Rebeat Music - K-BOX301 • Format: 3x, CD Compilation • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues, Pop •
Judy In Disguise - Various - The Revolution Of The 60s - 50 Great Pop Hits (CD)

The song Judy in Disguise (With Glasses) was written by John Fred and Andrew Bernard and was first released by John Fred and His Playboy Band in It was covered by Danny Fisher, The Cat and Owl, Steve Withney Band, Marcel Aegerter and other artists.

"Judy in Disguise" was the only big hit for John Fred, and a huge one it was, perching at #1 for a couple of weeks in early "Judy in Disguise" is one of those songs that doesn't conveniently fit into any rock genre. There's some pop, some blue-eyed soul, a dash of .

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3 Replies to “Judy In Disguise - Various - The Revolution Of The 60s - 50 Great Pop Hits (CD)”

  1. "Judy in Disguise" was the only big hit for John Fred, and a huge one it was, perching at #1 for a couple of weeks in early "Judy in Disguise" is one of those songs that doesn't conveniently fit into any rock genre. There's some pop, some blue-eyed soul, a .

  2. Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) Label: Paula Records – Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Country: US. Released: /5(37).

  3. Jack from Longview, Tx Here are some of what I thought the lyrics were (that are different from what you already got): Take a look at fame in sight And sit with the strings of my kite. Judy in disguise It's what you're aimin' for The secondth of a holiday Well that's what you are You made me a laugh of matches Guess I'll just take your glasses.

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