Albums produced by Snuff Garrett

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  1. Cherished

    Cherished (1977)

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    Cherished is the 14th studio album by American singer-actress Cher released in September 1977 by Warner Bros. Records. This album, like several other predecessors, was a commercial failure and failed to chart.


  2. Dark Lady

    Dark Lady (1974)

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    Dark Lady is the 11th studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released in May 1974 by MCA. Cher again collaborated with Snuff Garrett as a record producer, and with Al Capps for the arrangements. Dark Lady was the third and final studio album for MCA. It was also the last record promoted on her successful The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour show. After its release, the album received positive reviews from critics but, unlike her previous record produced by Garrett, was only moderately successful.


  3. Ev'ry Day of My Life

    Ev'ry Day of My Life

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    Ev'ry Day of My Life was Bobby Vinton's twenty-second studio album, released in 1972. The title track and "I'll Make You My Baby" were album's two singles, the latter of which failed to make the Billboard Hot 100. Cover versions include "Misty Blue", "I Won't Cry Anymore", "Just a Little Lovin' (Early in the Mornin')", "I'll Make You My Baby" (a different version of Barbara Lewis' hit "Make Me Your Baby") and "And I Love You So".


  4. Foxy Lady

    Foxy Lady (1972)

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    Foxy Lady is the eighth studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released in July 1972 by Kapp Records. Following the commercial success of the previous album Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves, Cher again collaborated with Snuff Garrett (producer), Al Capp (arrangements) and her then husband Sonny Bono (co-producer). Foxy Lady was also the second and last record for Kapp. The album was also promoted on Cher's successful "The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour" show. After its release, it was well received by critics, but unlike her previous effort Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves, had only moderate success, selling 400 000 copies in the US.


  5. Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves

    Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves (1998)

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    Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves (originally titled Cher) is the seventh studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on September 1971 by Kapp Records. For this album, Cher left her husband Sonny Bono to produce the album, and for the first time she collaborated with Snuff Garrett and with Al Capps for the arrangements.


  6. Half Breed

    Half Breed (2007)

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    Half-Breed is the tenth studio album by American singer-actress Cher, released on October 27, 1973 by MCA. For the production of the album Cher returned with Snuff Garrett and Al Capps. Half-Breed was the second record for MCA and also promoted on her successful The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour show. After its release, the album faced mixed reviews from critics, and the RIAA certified it Gold on March 4, 1974. The album was her second solo album to receive a certification by RIAA.


  7. It's The World Gone Crazy

    It's The World Gone Crazy (1981)

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    It's the World Gone Crazy is the 37th album by American singer/guitarist Glen Campbell, released in 1981 (see 1981 in music). The lead single, "Any Which Way You Can", was the title song to the 1980 movie Any Which Way You Can, the sequel to Every Which Way But Loose.


  8. Tanya Tucker

    Tanya Tucker (1994)

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    Tanya Tucker was the eponymous fourth album by Tanya Tucker, although it was the first for her new label, MCA Records. The album rose to #8 on the Billboard Country Albums chart, and two of its singles both rose to the #1 position: "Lizzie and the Rainman" and "San Antonio Stroll." "Lizzie and the Rainman" was Tucker's biggest hit to cross over to the pop charts, reaching #37 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #7 on the Adult Contemporary chart.


  9. The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album

    The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album (2011)

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    The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album is the second album by Eddie Cochran, released on Liberty Records in mono, LRP 3172, in May 1960. It had previously been issued as 12 of His Biggest Hits in April 1960 with the same catalogue number, but after Cochran's death on April 17 it was retitled and reissued, and has remained so titled ever since. It is currently in print on the Magic Records label in France, on CD on EMI-Toshiba in Japan, and on BGO in the UK as a twofer with "Singin' To My Baby."


  10. The First Time Ever

    The First Time Ever

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    The First Time Ever (I Saw Your Face) is a 1972 album by pop/adult contemporary vocalist Vikki Carr. The album was issued in the UK as "Song Sung Blue" with the same artwork (except for the album title) and "Big Hurt" replacing "The Hands of Time".


  11. Welcome To Trini Country

    Welcome To Trini Country

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    Welcome To Trini Country is a country music album by guitarist and singer Trini Lopez, released in 1968 by Reprise Records (RS 6300).


  12. Where Did They Go

    Where Did They Go

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    Where Did They Go is a 1971 (see 1971 in music) album by Peggy Lee. It was arranged and conducted by Don Sebesky and Al Capps.


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