The band's name is often spelt Toby Jug, even on the record's label, but the correct spelling seems to be Toby Jugg, perhaps after Dennis Wheatley's 1948 novel The Haunting of Toby Jugg.
Single on du Monde by Sydney band whose personnel included Garth Porter, later of Sherbet, who continues to write and produce in country music, notably with Lee Kernaghan and the Outback Spectacular show. Dennis Laughlin, the original vocalist in Sherbet, was also in Toby Jugg.
Suggestion and additional details from Terry Stacey.
Single on Epic. This seems to have been a US-only release by this chart-topping 60s British Invasion band: see Glad All Over.
Version alert from Terry Stacey.
Single on Immediate label. *Reissued in UK 1976, peaked at #34.
Amen Corner were a seven-piece band from Cardiff whose line-up included vocalist Andy Fairweather-Low and a brass section. They had six charting records in the UK 1967-69, including Bend Me Shape Me (#3 UK, 1968), also a hit in the USA by American Breed. They later morphed into Fairweather, without the brass.
Thanks to Joop Jansen.
Italian pop singer, aka Patty Pravo, born
Nicoletta Strambelli in Venice 1948. See entry at Wikipedia.it.
The title means paradise of life: perhaps what English speakers might call heaven on earth?
Reference: Song history at The Originals.