|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||I Need Somebody / What'll I Do For Satisfaction||2||Audio||1968||Stax|
|3||Marry Me / Give Me Back My Ring||2||Audio||1965||Jomada|
|5||A Lot Of Progress||2||Audio||1966||Parkway|
|6||Good Time / I've Got Soul||2||Audio||1966||Jomada|
|7||I'll Keep On Loving You||2||Audio||1968||Blue Star Records|
|8||Stay Baby Stay / I Love Love||2||Audio||1968||Stax|
|9||A Lot Of Progress||2||Audio||1966||Parkway|
White soul singer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
He had previously recorded for the [l=Parkway] and [l=Jomada] labels (where he enjoyed minor success with the single "Marry Me"), before being brought to [l=Stax] records by none other than [a=Otis Redding]. Says [l=Stax] producer - songwriter [a=Steve Cropper] of Daye: [i]"The kid was dynamite. Otis really wanted to do a lot with him. Had Otis lived he probably would have."[/i] He released two singles for [l=Stax], "What'll I Do For Satisfaction" (remade several years later by [a=Janet Jackson] as "What'll I Do") and "Stay Baby Stay" (which is widely regarded as a classic among soul enthusiasts).