Musician Bobby Troup plays a psychologist whose essay "Mass Hysteria and the Popular Singer" proves that rock 'n' roll is fading away and calypso is the new youth beat. He convinces singer Tyler to forsake her rock roots for the Caribbean sound. Mercifully Mr. Troup and Miss Tyler were
wrong. Judy Tyler's vaguely promising career came to an abrupt halt when she was killed in a car crash just days prior to the release of this curio.