Big Jay McNeely

Big Jay McNeely (born Cecil James McNeely, April 29, 1927, Watts, Los Angeles, California, United States) is an American rhythm and blues saxophonist.

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Chronological Classics Complete Discography - 1400 - 1499
5006 Tom Archia 1947-1948 5007 T-Bone Walker 1929-1946 5008 Muddy Waters 1941-1947 5009 Big Jay McNeely 1948-1950 5010 Walter Brown, 1945-1947 5011 Tiny ... Dave Bartholomew 1950-1952 5056 Howlin' Wolf 1951-1952 5057 Joe Morris 1946-1949 5058 Big Jay McNeely 1951-1952 5059 Little Miss Cornshucks 1947-1951. 1949-1953 5122 Lowell Fulson 1948-1949 5123 Martha Davis 1946-1951 5124 Big Bill Broonzy 1951-1952 5125 Joe Morris 1950-1953 5126 LaVern Baker 1949-1954 5127 Clarence "Gatem ...
Big Jay McNeely - Album Discography
... Big Jay McNeely (1954, 10", Federal Records) A Rhythm and Blues Concert (1955, 10", Savoy Records) Big Jay McNeely in 3-D (1956, Federal), (1959, King Records ... Central Avenue Confidential (1999, Atomic Theory Records)--Big Jay plays jazz with a combo featuring Red Young on B-3 organ ... Big Jay McNeely, The Deacon, Unabridged, Vol ...

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