Johnny Daye

Real Name:
John P. DiBucci
Profile:
White soul singer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

He had previously recorded for the Parkway and Jomada labels (where he enjoyed minor success with the single "Marry Me"), before being brought to Stax records by none other than Otis Redding. Says Stax producer - songwriter Steve Cropper of Daye: "The kid was dynamite. Otis really wanted to do a lot with him. Had Otis lived he probably would have." He released two singles for Stax, "What'll I Do For Satisfaction" (remade several years later by Janet Jackson as "What'll I Do") and "Stay Baby Stay" (which is widely regarded as a classic among soul enthusiasts).
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Singles & EPs

Johnny Daye - Marry Me / Give Me Back My Ring album art Johnny Daye Marry Me / Give Me Back My Ring (Single) Jomada US 1965 Sell This Version
B-230 Johnny Daye - I'll Keep On Loving You album art Johnny Daye I'll Keep On Loving You(7", Single) Blue Star Records (7) B-230 US 1965 Sell This Version
Johnny Daye - Good Time / I've Got Soul album art Johnny Daye Good Time / I've Got Soul (Single) Jomada US 1966 Sell This Version
Johnny Daye - A Lot Of Progress album art Johnny Daye A Lot Of Progress Parkway US 1966 Sell This Version
Johnny Daye - What'll I Do For Satisfaction album art Johnny Daye What'll I Do For Satisfaction (Single) Stax US 1968 Sell This Version
Johnny Daye - Stay Baby Stay / I Love Love album art Johnny Daye Stay Baby Stay / I Love Love (Single) Stax UK 1968 Sell This Version
STA-0004 Johnny Daye - Stay Baby Stay album art Johnny Daye Stay Baby Stay(7", Single, Promo) Stax STA-0004 US 1968 Sell This Version

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