Lulu's Album

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Lulu's Album
Studio album by Lulu
Released 1969
Genre Pop
Label Columbia
Producer Mickie Most
Lulu chronology
Love Loves to Love Lulu
(1967)
Lulu's Album
(1969)
New Routes
(1970)

Lulu's Album (US title It's Lulu) is an album by British pop singer Lulu, released in 1969. Despite promotion from her TV show, Lulu Comes to Town and recently winning the Eurovision Song Contest (although the winning song was not included), this album failed to chart. It was her last album with producer Mickie Most, who had guided her career successfully through the late 1960s. Lulu's Album contained an array of cover versions from recent pop and rock hits, which was common practice for many female artists at this point. Following this, Lulu was to change musical style for the next few years to a more credible and mature approach.

Lulu's Album was issued in the US (Epic) the following year as It's Lulu and again in 1972 as The Most of Lulu Volume 2. It has since been released on compact disc.

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Track listing[edit]

Side one[edit]

  1. "Show Me" (Joe Tex)
  2. "Mighty Quinn" (Bob Dylan)
  3. "My Ain Folk" (Laura G. Lemon, Wilfred Mills)
  4. "Where Did You Come From" (Darin Black, Mel London)
  5. "Gimme Some Lovin'" (Spencer Davis, Steve Winwood, Muff Winwood)

Side two[edit]

  1. "I Started a Joke" (Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb)
  2. "Why Did I Choose You" (Michael Leonard, Herbert Martin)
  3. "The Boy Next Door" (Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin)
  4. "Come September" (Black, Mark London)
  5. "A House Is Not a Home" (Burt Bacharach, Hal David)
  6. "Cry Like a Baby" (Spooner Oldham, Dan Penn)

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