Features the song "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)" - a hit for the Louisiana-based John Fred and his Playboys in early 1968. The song was co-written with bandmate Andrew Bernard, and was a parody of The Beatles' hit, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". According to Billboard – in the Book of Number One Hits by Fred Bronson, the song was inspired from when Fred heard "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" and mistakenly believed that the lyrics to the song were "Lucy in disguise with diamonds." It turned out that the song went on to knock "Hello Goodbye," another Beatles track, off the Number one position on the Hot 100 - Billboard for two consecutive weeks in January 1968. The song remains a favorite on oldies-style radio playlists.
- The song was featured in the soundtrack to current movie showing at cinemas “The Boat That Rocked”.
- Digital releases of the best of their hits, flips and flops and album tracks from half a decade with the Jewel Paula group of labels.