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Performer: Big Jay McNeely
Title: Big Jay McNeely
Released: 2012
Style: Rock & Roll
Category: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: MPC XM TTA AHX DTS MOD RA

Cecil James McNeely (April 29, 1927 – September 16, 2018), better known as Big Jay McNeely, was an American rhythm and blues saxophonist. Inspired by Illinois Jacquet and Lester Young, McNeely 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.

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Big Jay McNeely (Cecil James McNeely, Watts, Los Angeles, California, . April 29, 1927 - September 16, 2018) was an American rhythm and blues tenor saxophonist. McNeely was inspired by Illinois Jacquet and Lester Young. He teamed up 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.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Country Boy
Composed By – Big Jay McNeely
A2 Something On Your Mind
Composed By – Big Jay McNeelyVocals – Bobby Allen*
A3 Party Time
Composed By – Big Jay McNeely
B1 Jay Opening
Composed By – Big Jay McNeely
B2 I Can't Stop Loving You
Composed By – Don Gibson
B3 All That Wine Is Gone
Composed By – Big Jay McNeely

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Blue Heaven Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – APO Records
  • Copyright (c) – APO Records
  • Pressed By – Quality Record Pressings

Credits

  • Engineer [Cutting Engineer] – Kevin Gray
  • Photography By – Siep Veldstra
  • Producer – Chad Kassem
  • Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – Katsuhiko Naito

Notes

The release is housed in the generic APO company sleeve (matt black cardboard with glossy black "APO direct to disc" print).

Analogue Productions Originals 2011 Direct-to-Disc Sessions
Pressed at Quality Record Pressings in Salina, Kansas, US
4- page APO - Booklet inside

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): APO-027-A KG ε BHS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): APO-027-B KG ε BHS