Top Big Jay Mcneely Albums
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I'm Still Here - Big Jay Sings the Blues
I'm Still Here - Big Jay Sings the Blues
[2018]
Honkin' & Jivin' at the Palomino - Live
Honkin' & Jivin' at the Palomino - Live
[2017]
Blowin' Down the House - Big Jay's Latest & Greatest
Blowin' Down the House - Big Jay's Latest & Greatest
[2016]
Jzzzzzp Meets Big Jay Mc Neely Live
Jzzzzzp Meets Big Jay Mc Neely Live
[2012]
Life Story
Life Story
[2012]
Big Jay Mcneely (The Extended Play Collection) - EP
Big Jay Mcneely (The Extended Play Collection) - EP
[2011]
Party Time
Party Time
[2010]
Crazy (More 50's Hits, Rararities, Live Cuts, and Alternative Takes)
Crazy (More 50's Hits, Rararities, Live Cuts, and Alternative Takes)
[2009]
Big Jay McNeely, Vol. 2 - EP
Big Jay McNeely, Vol. 2 - EP
[2008]
At Birdland
At Birdland
[2008]
Nervous
Nervous
[1995]
Related Information for Big Jay Mcneely
Big Jay McNeely (Cecil James McNeely, April 29, 1927) is an American rhythm and blues tenor saxophonist.Born in Watts, Los Angeles, California, McNeely was inspired by Illinois Jacquet and Lester Young, he teamed with his older brother Robert McNeely, who played baritone saxophone, and made his first recordings with drummer Johnny Otis, who ran the Barrelhouse Club that stood only a few blocks from McNeely's home. Shortly after he performed on Otis's "Barrel House Stomp", Ralph Bass, A&R man for Savoy Records, promptly signed him to a recording contract. Bass's boss, Herman Lubinsky, suggested the stage name Big Jay McNeely because Cecil McNeely did not sound commercial. McNeely's first hit was "The De... read more