The son of Jerry Lewis, Gary and his mates produced a few hit singles over the years covering the like of the Everly Brothers and some of those Boyce-Hart tunes. Songs of teenage love lost, found and unknown. The cover photo is of your basic sad clown. Another of those "guilty pleasure" records.
Here's a bit of information passed along by Mark Ebert (thanks):
The title cut was co-written by Gary (authors: Thomas Garrett/Leon Russell/Gary Lewis). Jerry helped out by getting Gary and the Playboys onto Ed Sullivan. Gary, as far as I know, made his FIRST appearance in a Jerry Lewis movie entitled "Rock-a-Bye Baby". Father and son sing a song "In the Land of La La La", a tribute to childhood (Gary is playing a younger version of Jerry's character). Gary Lewis and the Playboys also appeared in the 1965 Jerry Lewis movie "The Family Jewels".