Before she released her 1976 album I'd Rather Believe in You, Cher and a friend walked into Seeff's studio unannounced. "They said, 'We're kind of interested in doing some work, and we wanted to just come and see your space,'" Seeff remembers. "So I said, 'Well, that's cool.' So we went to the back room, and we started talking, and I shot some very off-the-cuff kind of stuff. In fact, I've got a whole sequence of Cher doing what Carly Simon did – rolling around on the ground."