This uptempo number is about as commercial as they come, unusually so for Lynsey de Paul. She gives no indication as to the identity of the subject of the song, or even if he is a real person, but this is basically a feel good dance track. The opening bars bear a striking resemblance to "Judy In Disguise (with Glasses)
," though it is not clear if this is deliberate, subconscious plagiarism or merely coincidence. "Rhythm And Blue Jean Baby" was released as a single backed by "Into My Music."
Alexander Baron - London, England