In the same year, she recorded two German-language tracks; "Wenn du da bist" and "So fing es an" for the Decca Germany label.All her Decca recordings were made available in 2009 on a 2-CD set entitled Shout! After two hit singles with the Luvvers, Lulu embarked on a solo career.In the UK, "To Sir With Love" was released on the B-side of "Let's Pretend", a #11 hit.In the late-1960s, Lulu's pop career in the UK thrived and she had several television series of her own.The investigation into her genealogy showed that Lulu's maternal grandparents had come from across the religious divide in Glasgow.Her grandfather Hugh Cairns was a Catholic and her grandmother, Helen Kennedy was a Protestant.All seven singles she cut with Mickie Most made the UK Singles Chart.
The research showed that her mother had been brought up by another family.
Bernie Clifton was her resident guest for the last of the BBC series airing from January – April 1975.
Her BBC series included music and comedy sketches and appearances by star guests.
She appeared with them every Saturday night: Alex Thomson, the group's bass player, has reported that even then her voice was remarkable.
She has two brothers and a sister, and her father was a heavy drinker.