Big Jay McNeely - Album Discography

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)
  • Live at Cisco's (1963, Warner Bros. Records)--recorded live at a jazz club in Manhattan Beach, California, in 1962.
  • Swingin' (1984, Collectable Records)--1957-1961 recordings, including unreleased sides.
  • Live at Birdland, 1957 (1992, Collectable Records)--live performances recorded in stereo at the Seattle, Washington, Birdland Club in 1957.
  • Nervous (1995, Saxophile Records)--rarities, live cuts and alternate takes (from the Federal and Swingin' vaults) from 1951 to 1957.
  • Crazy (1997, Saxophile Records)--same as Nervous above.
  • 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. 1, 1948-1950 (2006, Swingin' Records)--his complete 1948-1955 released output.
  • Big Jay McNeely, The Deacon, Unabridged, Vol. 2, 1951-1952 (2006, Swingin' Records)
  • Big Jay McNeely, The Deacon, Unabridged, Vol. 3, 1953-1955 (2006, Swingin' Records)
  • Saxy Boogie Woogie (2008, Vagabond Records) with Axel Zwingenberger & The Bad Boys
  • Party Time (2009)

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