John Fred & His Playboy Band
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Lead by musician John Fred Gourrier (b. 8 May 1941, d. 15 April 2005), John Fred & His Playboy Band (often known by other, similar names) was a pop and rock band of the 60s. In 1967, John Fred and fellow band member Andrew Bernard co-wrote the #1 U.S. hit "Judy In Disguise (With Glasses)", allegedly a parody of The Beatles' song "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". Besides the two aformentioned members, the sprawling group included Ronnie Goodson, Charlie Spinosa, Jimmy O'Rourke, Harold Cowart, Tommy Degeneres, Hal Ellis, Billy Johnson, and Lester Dodge.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) - (2:53) - 5,813 plays
- Judy In Disguise - (2:52) - 4,587 plays
- Shirley - (1:56) - 37 plays
- Boogie Children - (2:41) - 53 plays
- Judy In Disguise (With Glasses - (2:59) - 23 plays
- Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) [Single Version] - (2:57) - 16 plays
- Hey Hey Bunny - (2:23) - 11 plays
- Agnes English - (2:18) - 7 plays
- Up and Down - (2:40) - 7 plays
- No Good to Cry - (2:44) - 8 plays