- Collection of live performances
- Joined by the Luvvers and Bean & Loopy's Lot
- Includes BBC radio broadcasts
- Digitally remastered for greatly enhanced sound quality
- Interviews, background liners and rare images
Lulu, live at the BBC 1965-1969, joined by the Luvvers and Bean & Loopy's Lot
Since shouting out her first chart record way back in April 1964, Lulu's profile in the pop mainstream has seen a wealth of Top 10 hits and international success. The 70s may not have offered the same rewards, but pairings with boy bands in the 1990s such as Take That and singer Ronan Keating saw a resurgence in her profile and popularity.
However, turning the clock way back to her 1965 heyday with her Scottish counterparts The Luvvers, we can trace her story and irrepressible climb to become one of Britain's most esteemed golden girls courtesy of her performances in session for the BBC.
London Calling proudly presents for the first time, Lulu in session at the BBC, backed by beat groups such as The Luvvers and Bean & Loopy's Lot and duets with Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, this is a fascinating account of one of British pop music's hardest working and most authentic iconic singers.
Professionally re-mastered original broadcast recordings with 35 tracks and revealing interviews with Brian Matthew recalling her 1964-1969 period.
Includes background liners and rare archival photos.