1973 Lulu – Lulu

Lulu is a 1973 album by British singer Lulu. It was her first album on Chelsea Records. Produced by American songwriter Wes Farrell, the lead single was “Make Believe World”. It also included covers of “Groovin'”, “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” and David Cassidy’s “Could it Be Forever”. The album failed to chart, although Lulu came back to prominence a few months later with the release of the hit single “The Man Who Sold the World”. The single reached No.3 in the UK and became one of the singer’s biggest hits, but was not included on this album. Although the album met with little chart success, reviews were good, with Allmusic retrospectively calling it “top class”.


1  Make Believe World (Tony Macaulay) 03:28
2  Groovin’ (Felix Cavaliere; Edward Brigatti) 02:46
3  Easy Evil (Alan O’Day) 03:16
4  I Wish (Austin Roberts) 03:10
5  A Boy Like You (Felix Cavaliere; Edward Brigatti) 03:00
6  Hold On To What You’ve Got (Tony Ritchie; Del Spence; Miki Dalton) 03:41
7  Could It Be Forever (Wes Farrell; Danny Janssen) 03:51
8  Funny How Time Slips Away (Willy Nelson) 03:15
9  Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (Lincoln Oian; Dan Penn) 02:24
10  Help Me Help You (Austin Roberts; Wes Farrell; Danny Janssen; Bobby Hart) 02:27



BassJoe Osborn
BassMax Bennett
DrumsHal Blaine
GuitarDean Parks
GuitarDon Peake
GuitarLouie Shelton
PianoMichael Omartian
PianoTom Hensley
TromboneDick Hyde
TrumpetChuck Findley
WoodwindsJerome Richardson
WoodwindsRobert Hardaway
WoodwindsTom Scott
PercussionGary Coleman
PercussionVictor Feldman

Liner Notes

Producer – Wes Farrell
Arranged By – John Bahler
Directed By – John Bahler
Strings – James Getzoff

Design – Rod Dyer Inc
Photography By – Emerson & Loew

Phonographic Copyright (p) Chelsea Records Corp