Lazy Susan also appeared as a B-side on a later single in the same year.
Jerry Fuller's career as a recording artist began in the late 50s with Texas label Lin Records, but it was overshadowed by his achievements as a songwriter and producer.
Among his hit compositions were Ricky Nelson's Travelin' Man (1961, #1 USA), Young World (1962, #2) and It's Up To You (1962, #6); Gary Pucket & The Union Gap's Young Girl (1968, #2), Lady Willpower (1968, #2) and Over You (1968, #7); and Al Wilson's Show And Tell (1974, #1).
His production credits include O. C. Smiith's Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp (1968, #40 USA) and Little Green Apples (1968, #2).
See also under John Rowles – M'Lady.
Same title but not the same song as 'Lazy Susan' by Mr George.
Single on Argo label, Chicago, B-side of Deep Sleep.
Some other red herrings:
Miles Davis – Lazy Susan (Miles Davis)
USA 1956 On Blue Note LP Miles Davis Vol. 1, also on Blue Note single #1649.
Checkmates Ltd featuring Sonny Charles – Lazy Susan (Harvey Trees)
USA 1969 Single on A&M, B-side of "Black Pearl" (#13 USA).
Little Anthony & The Imperials – Lazy Susan (Thom Bell – Linda Creed/Epstein)
USA 1973 On Avco LP On a New Street.
The Spinners (aka The Detroit Spinners) – Lazy Susan (Bell – Creed/Epstein)
USA 1974 On Atlantic LP New and Improved, also on 1975 single, B-side of "Sadie" .