Ev'ry Day of My Life (album)

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Ev'ry Day of My Life
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 1972
Bobby Vinton chronology
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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".

Track listing[edit]

1."Ev'ry Day of My Life"Jimmie Crane, Al Jacobs2:49
2."Let's Sing a Song"Michael Gately, Robert John2:58
3."Misty Blue"Bobby Montgomery2:13
4."I'm Comin' Home, Girl"Linda Laurie2:25
5."I Won't Cry Anymore"Al Frisch, Fred Wise3:36
6."Just a Little Lovin' (Early in the Mornin')"Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil2:40
7."I'll Make You My Baby"Roger Atkins, Helen Miller2:17
8."She Loves Me"Bobby Vinton, Gene Allan2:34
9."And I Love You So"Don McLean3:32
10."You Can Do It to Me Anytime"B. Knight2:56
11."Whose Garden Was This"Tom Paxton3:12

Album credits[edit]

  • "Ev'ry Day of My Life" and "You Can Do It to Me Anytime" produced by Jimmy Bowen
  • "Let's Sing a Song", "Just a Little Lovin' (Early in the Mornin')", "She Loves Me", "And I Love You So" and "Whose Garden Was This" produced by Jimmy Wisner
  • "Misty Blue", "I Won't Cry Anymore" and "I'll Make You My Baby" produced by Billy Sherrill
  • "I'm Comin' Home, Girl" produced by Snuff Garrett
  • Background vocalists for "Misty Blue": the Nashville Sounds
  • Background vocalists for "I Won't Cry Anymore": the Nashville Edition
  • Engineering: Phil Macy, Charlie Bragg and Lou Bradley
  • Recording engineer: Jim Reeves
  • Mixing: Jim Reeves
  • Sound supervision: Warren Vincent
  • Front cover photo: Ivan Nagy
  • Back cover photo: Wolf Wregin, Las Vegas News Bureau


Album - Billboard (United States)

Year Chart Position
1972 Billboard Top LP's & Tape[1] 72

Singles - Billboard (United States)

Year Single Chart Position
1972 "Ev'ry Day of My Life" The Billboard Hot 100 24
1972 "Ev'ry Day of My Life" Billboard Easy Listening 2


  1. ^ "Top LP's & Tape", Billboard, May 20, 1972. p. 66. Accessed October 13, 2015