Label: EMI 837164-2 (UK) ks
Medium: CD


[The Gold Collection (1967-1969)]


Release 1996
 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 recordeing for Decca.   After the split
Lulu worked with Mickie Most for EMI & Columbia, in  this time had 7 or 8 chart entries. After that she records 2 LPs in
the USA for Atlantic, which went nowhere. A short chart comeback with "The Man Who Sold The World" written and
produced by David Bowie.

Style:  60s R&B, Beat, Pop,

see:  LUVVERS ( 45 on Parlophone);  David Bowie;  Mickie Most;

Tracks :
Boom Bang-A-Bang  (Warne-Moorhouse)  1969
The Boat that I row  (Diamond)  1967
I'm a Tiger  (Scott-Wilde)   1968
Me the Peaceful Heart  (Hazzard)  1968
Let's Pretend  (Evans-Barnes)  1967
Boy  (Blaikey-Stephens)  1968
Loves loves to love Love  (Levitt-Thomas)  1967
To Sir with Love  (London-Black)  1967
Take me in your Arms and love me  (Strong-Grant-Penzabene)  1967
Day Tripper   (Lennon-McCartney)  1967
Dreary Days and Nights  (London)  1967
Best of both Worlds  (London-Black)   1967
Morning Dew   (T.Rose-Dobson)  1967
Rattler  (Woodley)   1967
You and I  (London)  1967
Without him  (Nilsson)  1968

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