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Subsequent singles including "Banks of the Ohio" (No. 34 AC) and remakes of George Harrison's "What Is Life" (No.
34 AC) and John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" (No. However, her fortune changed with the release of "Let Me Be There" in 1973.
She entered and won a talent contest on the television program Sing, Sing, Sing, hosted by 1960s Australian icon Johnny O'Keefe, performing the songs "Anyone Who Had a Heart" and "Everything's Coming Up Roses".
She was initially reluctant to use the prize she had won, a trip to Great Britain, but traveled there nearly a year later after her mother encouraged her to broaden her horizons.
In the UK and Australia, "If You Love Me (Let Me Know)" was featured on compilations titled First Impressions and Great Hits! In America, Newton-John's country success sparked a debate among purists, who took issue with a foreigner singing country-flavoured pop music being equated with native Nashville artists.
Newton-John released her first solo album, If Not for You (US No. (In the UK, the album was known as Olivia Newton-John.) The title track, written by Bob Dylan and previously recorded by former Beatle George Harrison for his 1970 album All Things Must Pass, was her first international hit (US No. She was voted Best British Female Vocalist two years in a row by the magazine Record Mirror.Newton-John's outlook changed when Pat Carroll moved to the UK.The two formed a duo called "Pat and Olivia" and toured nightclubs in Europe.The Long Live Love album was released in the US and Canada as If You Love Me, Let Me Know.All the Eurovision entries were dropped for different and more country-flavoured tunes intended to capitalise on the success of "Let Me Be There"; the North American outing not only used selections from Long Live Love but also Olivia and Music Makes My Day, and only the titular cut was new.
In 1970, the group starred in a "science fiction musical" film and recorded an accompanying soundtrack album, on RCA Records, both named after the group.