In 1966 Black guested on Not Only... But Also. Starring Beyond The Fringe regulars Peter Cook and Dudley Moore, the show became of the most popular comedy shows of all time. John Lennon joined Cook and Moore for the very first episode, famously playing a lavatory attendant. Peter Sellers, Dusty Springfield, Spike Milligan and Barry Humphries were just a few of the talents who took part in the earlier series. Here, Black joins the Dudley Moore Trio to sing Let There Be Love, and also to join Pete and Dud for the signature tune which ended each episode, Goodbye. The Dudley Moore Trio line-up here are Chris Karan (drums), Pete McGurk (bass) and of course Dudley himself at the piano.
(Note: Black recorded a version of Let There Be Love for her 2006 album Beginnings. It is a fair version nestling alongside some excruciatingly painful tracks including This Kiss, My Man, and a dreadful re-recording - a third one at that - of Anyone Who Had A Heart. She does well on the Ringo Starr tune Photograph, however, originally written with Black in mind in the early Seventies)