Best known for appearing in and singing the title song for "To Sir With Love," Lulu had many other hits including "Best Of Both Worlds" (1968), "Oh Me Oh My" (1970), and "I Could Never Miss You (More Than I Do)" (1981). She was accompanied by the Luvers in "Shout" (1964, 1967) and the Dixie Flyers in "Hum A Song (From Your Heart)" (1970). She also sang the title song for "The Man With The Golden Gun."
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Lulu And The Luvers
- Shout 1964
(This song was previously a hit for the Isley Brothers (1959, 1962) and Joey Dee & the Starliters (1962) and later also became a hit for the Chambers Brothers (1969). Dion also had a minor hit with this song in 1964. A slightly different version recharted for Lulu in 1967.)
Lulu And The Dixie Flyers
- Best Of Both Worlds 1967
- Me, The Peaceful Heart 1968
- Morning Dew 1968
- Oh Me, Oh My I'm A Fool For You Baby 1969
(This song later also became a hit for Aretha Franklin (1972).)
- To Sir With Love 1967
("To Sir With Love," the title song from the 1967 movie starring Sidney Poitier and featuring Lulu, topped the charts for Lulu in 1967 and also became a hit that same year for Herbie Mann. This song was named Billboard magazine's No. 1 pop single for the year.)
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