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Victor Bailey
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Victor Bailey (born March 27, 1960 in Philadelphia) is an American bass guitar player. He was the bass player for Weather Report during their final years from 1982 to 1986, and launched a solo career in 1988. Victor Bailey has suffered from Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease for most of his adult life, and the disease's progress has necessitated his retirement from performing and from his teaching position at Berklee College of Music.
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Larry Coryell / Victor Bailey / Lenny White — Traffic Larry Coryell / Victor Bailey / Lenny White — Traffic
(Chesky Records 322, 2006, CD)
Larry Coryell / Victor Bailey / Lenny White — Electric Larry Coryell / Victor Bailey / Lenny White — Electric
(Chesky Records JD308, 2005, CD)
Andy Summers — World Gone Strange Andy Summers — World Gone Strange
(Private 01005 82088 2, 1991, CD)
Weather Report — This Is This Weather Report — This Is This
(Columbia CK 40280, 1986, CD)
Weather Report — Sportin' Life Weather Report — Sportin' Life
(Columbia CK 39908, 1985, CD)
Weather Report — Domino Theory Weather Report — Domino Theory
(Columbia 512688 2, 1984/2003, CD)
Weather Report — Procession Weather Report — Procession
(Columbia COL 489775 2, 1983/1991, CD)

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