Label: Rev-Ola CRREV239 (UK)
Medium: CD


[Something To Shout About (1965) + 4 Bonus]


Release 2008
Scotland  born Lulu first started with backing group the LUVVERS 
incl. Jim Dewar later with Stone The Crows. They stayed together from
1964 to 1966 landing with "Shout" in the charts, recorded for Decca.  
After the split Lulu worked with Mickie Most for EMI & Columbia, in  this
time she  had 7 or 8 chart entries. After that she records 2 LPs in
the USA for Atlantic, which went nowhere.
In 1974 she had a short chart comeback with "The Man Who Sold The World"
written and produced by David Bowie.

Style:  60s R&B, Beat, Pop, Soul ;

LUVVERS ( 45 on Parlophone) ;  David BowieMickie Most ;
Stone The Crows ; Robin Trower ;

Lulu - lead vocals;
Jim Dewar, Ross Nelson - guitars;  Tony Tierney - bass; David Miller - drums;
Alec Bell - keyboards; Jimmy Smith - sax;

You touch me Baby  (Ed Silver-Sammy Fain)
Youll never leave her    (Bert Russell-Mike Stoller)
Ill come running over   (B.Berns-Eileen Stuart)
Not in this whole World    (Troy Davis-Joe Simmons)
She will break your Heart   (J.Buttler-C.Mayfield-C.Carter)
Can I get a Witness   (Holland-Dozier-Hollan)
Tell me like it is   (Bob Brass-Al Kooper-I.Levine)
Shout     (Isley Brothers)
Try to Understand   (Pamela Sawyer-Lori Burton)
Night Time is the right Time  (Low Herman)
Choc Ice   (Mike Leander)
So in Love   (Cole Porter)
Only One   (Mike Leander)
Dream Lover   (V.Scherzinger-Clifford Grey)
Hes sure the Boy I love   (Mann-Weil)
Leave a little Love   (David Reed-Robin Conrad)

Bonus-Tracks:    45s from 1964-66
Surprise Surprise   (Jagger-Richard)
Satisfied   (Carole King)
Call me  (Tony Hatch)
Here comes the Night   (B.Russell-Pierce Turner))

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