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  1. 15/10/2007 · At least it did on paper, but as Rhino UK's The Atco Sessions: 1969-1972 -- a deluxe double-disc reissue of the 1970 albums New Routes and Melody Fair, buttressed with almost a full album's worth of unreleased material cut with Dowd in 1970, the 1972 single "It Takes a Real Man (To Bring Out the Woman in Me)"/"You Ain't Wrong You Just Ain't ...

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  2. And Lulu, who had just married Bee Gee (and Atco label-mate) Maurice Gibb, didn t need much convincing given the success of Dusty in Memphis. The result was two overlooked classics: New Routes paired the Scottish singer with the classic Muscle Shoals session squad of Barry Beckett, David Hood, Roger Hawkins and Jimmy Johnson, with Eddie Hinton, Cornell Dupree and Duane Allman all sitting in on ...

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  3. 18/08/2014 · In 2007, Rhino U.K. issued The Atco Sessions 1969-72 collecting both of Lulu’s lost southern soul forays in one deluxe 2-CD package. Upon its deletion from the catalogue, The Atco Sessions began fetching high coin. Real Gone Music has come to the rescue, however, with a reissue of the complete package (RGM-0268) that once again makes some of ...

  4. The Atco Sessions: 1969-1972 Album Information. Release Date October 15, 2007. Duration 01:53:35

  5. Plus, there are many unreleased songs from Lulu's short , but productive tenure with Atco from 1969 - 1972. These songs are fresh to discover for the first time. The packaging is wonderful, Lulu is interviewed in the liner notes, and many rare photos.

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  6. 18/08/2014 · Upon its deletion from the catalogue, The Atco Sessions began fetching high coin. Real Gone Music has come to the rescue, however, with a reissue of the complete package (RGM-0268) that once again makes some of the finest music of Lulu’s career available at a reasonable price.

  7. Lulu. Lulu, born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie near Glasgow in 1948, had her first hit in 1963 with the hard-rocking "Shout" and has since became one of Bri-tain's best-known entertainers. Lulu first came to the attention of Chelsea Records president Wes Farrell during the early '70s when he was asked to produce a ses-sion for her by ...