15.11.1994 · Starting with her 1964 British hit cover of "Shout," From Crayons to Perfume also includes the number one single "To Sir with Love" and a few of her other British Top Ten hits from the '60s, including the nice 1965 soul ballad "Leave a Little Love" and the chirpy 1967 Neil Diamond tune "The Boat That I Row" (the flipside of "To Sir with Love," which wasn't a hit at all in the U.K.).
From Crayons To Perfume: The Best Of Lulu. Label: Rhino Records (2) – R2 71815, Sony Music Special Products – A 24987. Format: CD, Compilation, Stereo, Mono. Country: US. Released:
- CD, Compilation, Stereo, Mono
From Crayons To Perfume: The Best Of Lulu (CD, Compilation, Stereo, Mono)Rhino Records (2), Sony Music Special Products: R2 71815, A 24987US: 1994
- CD, Compilation
The best of her British sixties hits are here, but anybody seeking Let's Pretend, Love loves to love love, I'm a tiger and Boom bang a bang can find them elsewhere easily enough. Shout (a cover of an Isley brothers song) is what Lulu is best remembered for in Britain, while To sir with love (which includes the phrase From crayons to perfume in it's lyrics) is what Lulu is best remembered for in America.
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Best Of Both Worlds: Lulu – Me, The Peaceful Heart: Lulu – Boy: Lulu – Sad Memories: Lulu – Morning Dew: Lulu – Without Him: Lulu – Oh Me Oh My (I'm A Fool For You Baby) Lulu With The Dixie Flyers – Hum A Song (From Your Heart) Lulu With The Dixie Flyers – After The Feeling Is Gone: Lulu – Everybody's Got To Clap: Lulu – Watch That Man: Lulu – The Man Who Sold The World: Lulu –
Both of them, though totally different types of song, show Lulu at her brilliant best. Other classics include The boat that I row (a British hit, and the flip side of To sir with love, which remained the B side in Britain), Leave a little love (a lovely ballad), Oh me oh my (later covered by Aretha), The man with the golden gun (one of the best James Bond theme songs) and I could never miss you, a top 20 American hit.