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Album Review

Out of the myriad retrospectives that have appeared throughout the years, Mercury's 2004 The Greatest Hits collection is the first collection to span Scottish singer Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie's entire career. A playful, girl group goddess in the '60s, Lulu came to prominence with the international hit "To Sir with Love" in 1967 (she had regional success with a version of the frat anthem "Shout" in 1964). Similar to contemporaries like Brenda Lee and Dusty Springfield, Lulu's raspy and rowdy singles began to peter out at the end of the decade, but she returned in the '70s with the hit "Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)," along with a string of marginally successful albums and collaborations before reinventing herself in the 1990s as a dance-pop diva. The Greatest Hits takes all of Lulu's phases into consideration, so fans who only followed the singer through her '60s heydays would be better off with To Sir with Love! The Complete Mickie Most Recordings, but listeners looking for a more comprehensive picture would do well to tune in to this fine collection of material from one of the U.K.'s most enduring and endearing talents.

Customer Reviews

Best of both worlds

I've been a fan of Lulu since she starred in "To Sir With Love " movie. The compilation of this album is superb but one song is missing.."Best Of Both Worlds". Other than that, I would recommend this album to all collectors.

There's Only One Lulu

Man, this woman's choice of material never fails her. When I heard her version of Tina Turner's "I don't wanna fight" I thought Turner had ripped her off. Turns out Lulu wrote the song for her! I work in a celebrity filled business (PR) but she's one of the few I would actually like to meet.

Bought It Again

I had this cd and it went missing after my girlfriend and I broke up many months ago. I had a hankering to listen to it recently and was happy to find it available for sale on iTunes. Not many artists have had careers as long and celebrated as Lulu. It's hard to stay relevant year after year, but she manages to do it. It's hard to believe she's been doing this since the 60s. She continues to awe and amaze.

Biography

Born: November 3, 1948 in Lennox Castle, Glasgow

Genre: Pop

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

Most Americans first heard of Lulu when she soared to the top of the charts with the pop ballad "To Sir with Love," the theme to the film of the same name, in 1967. Actually, the Scottish singer — born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie — had been a star in Britain since 1964, when she hit the Top Ten with a raucous version of "Shout." Lulu's mid-'60s recordings (which included a version of "Here Comes the Night" that preceded Them's hit rendition) were often surprisingly rowdy and R&B-influenced....
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