Dailey, Albert

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Dailey, Albert - The Day After The Dawn The Day After The Dawn
Jazz New - LP KC 31278 Columbia
Sealed 1972 Original From The Collection Of A Columbia Record Exec. "Albert Dailey Had Few Opportunities To Record As A Leader, And Since His Death In 1984, Most Of Them Had Long Been Out Of Print. But He Was A Brilliant Pianist And Talented Composer/Arranger, As Heard On His Debut LP. Walter Carlos' "Theme From Clockwork Orange" Starts Rather Clunky With A Rhythm Section Plus A Chamber Group, But Once The Latter Fades, He Turns It Into A Rather Smoking Hard Bop Vehicle. There's No Doubt About The Merits Of His Originals. "A.D." Is A Strutting Brisk Blues, While "Bittersweet Waltz" Is An Upbeat, Playful Tune With Some Fine Guitar By Jack Wilkins. Even Though "Free Me!" Is A Bit Of A Novelty, With The Leader Overdubbing Piano, Electric Piano, Synthesizer, Bass, And Drums, It Even Proves To Be Appealing. The Role Of The Chamber Group Seems More Fully Integrated Into Dailey's Moody Ballad "The Day After The Dawn," With The Reeds Suggesting The Chirping Of Birds After Some Major Catastrophe Only Its Composer Envisioned For Sure. Drummer David Lee Is Initially The Focus Of The High-Energy "Dailey Double," Though Dailey Doubles The Tempo When He Returns With His Furious Solo. "Encounter" Is A Post-Bop Firestorm That Builds To A Feverish Pitch. The Pianist Goes It Alone On The Infrequently Played Gem "September Of My Years," To Wrap The Album With A Soft, Lyrical Touch. This LP Was Likely Overlooked In The Early '70s By Jazz Record Buyers, Who Will Be Hard-Pressed Today To Track Down A Copy Of This Columbia Release." Ken Dryden, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Dailey, Albert - That Old Feeling That Old Feeling
Jazz Used - LP SCS 1107 Steeplechase
Beautiful 1979 Original By The Underrated Pianist. Features Buster Williams And Billy Hart. New, Unplayed Condition With Shrink Wrap Intact.... more details
 
Dailey, Albert - Renaissance Renaissance
Jazz New - LP 7627 Catalyst
Sealed 1978 Original. Albert Dailey, Piano; Carter Jefferson, Soprano & Tenor Saxophones; Cecil McBee, Bass; Charles Persip, Drums; Cheryl Alexander, Vocals; Albert Nussbaum, Drums. First Copy Of This Rare Title We Have Ever Seen.... more details
 

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