Foxy Lady is the eighth studio album by Cher. It was released in July of 1972 by Kapp Records. This album was following the success of the previous album, Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves. As in the past Cher worked with Snuff Garrett a well respected producer, Al Capp did the arrangements and her then husband Sony Bono was the co producer. This album was the second and last for Kapp.
When it was released, Foxy Lady was on the charts with two other Cher related albums: Cher's Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves and Sonny & Cher's comeback album, All I Ever Need Is You.
This album includes the following songs: Living In A House Divided, It Might As Well Stay Monday, Son For You, Down Down Down, Don't Ever Try To Close A Rose, The First Time, Let Me Down Easy, If I Knew Then, Don't Hide Your Love and Never Been To Spain.
This album is in very good condition. The cover shows some wear.