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Album Review

The best songs from Lulu's only Top 40 American LP ("To Sir with Love," "The Boat That I Row," "Best of Both Worlds," "Morning Dew") are on the Rhino compilation. If you like her a lot, though, it's not a bad pickup if you find a cheap used copy. This is Lulu at her poppiest, with production by Mickie Most and arrangements by Peter Knight (who worked on The Moody Blues' Days of Future Passed) and John Paul Jones (yes, the John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin). Much of the material is innocuously forgettable, and the cover of "Day Tripper" is poor, but the show-bizzy "You and I" (written by "To Sir with Love" author Mark London) has a great bouncy orchestral-pop arrangement and a sassy vocal. Also has a couple of 1967 British hits that didn't make it in the U.S. ("Love Loves to Love" and "Let's Pretend").

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she's my role model!! haha

To Sir, With Love (1967)

Other Than This Album Is The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack:To Sir, With Love. Has Many Other Great Song's From Singer/Actress LULU.
She Played Miss.Barbara Peg oposite To Judy Geeson Who Played:Pamela Dare. They Had A Crush On Sir Mark Thackery The Instructor. The Original
Motion Picture Soundtrack Is A Must Have For Any i-Tune's Music List Lover.


Born: November 3, 1948 in Lennox Castle, Glasgow

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

In the United States, Lulu is thought of as a one-hit wonder, having scored a memorable number one hit in 1967 with the bittersweet and evocative "To Sir, With Love" without ever duplicating that feat (though she did land three other singles in the Top 40). But in the United Kingdom, Lulu had already scored a handful of hits when "To Sir, With Love" was released as the B-side to "Let's Pretend," and at home she would become an enduring star in pop music, on television, on the stage, and in the movies,...
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