Big Jay McNeely - People Will Be People mp3 flac
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Real Name: Cecil James McNeely. Died September 16, 2018 at the Riverside University Health System Center. An influential tenor saxophonist, Big Jay McNeely formed a band with Sonny Criss (alto sax) and Hampton Hawes (piano) while he was still in high school in the mid-1940s. In 1948 he began recording for Savoy Records, scoring a R&B hit with "Deacon's Hop" in 1949. He pioneered a raucous, honking style of playing, and his acrobatic stage antics were well known.
McNeely’s official cause of death was due to advanced Prostate Cancer. The love that Big Jay had for his Family, Friends, & Fans was boundless. More information regarding the tribute will come in the following weeks. A private ceremony for family and close friends will be held at the Kingdom Hall. Gratitude to all of those who send their Love and Prayers from all over the world. It’s brings joy and light to our hearts to know that he was loved by so many. His Legacy will live on! - The McNeely Family.
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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.
People Will Be People. Deacon's Hop Since 1949. Big Jay McNeely Recorded Live at Cisco's.
|1||People Will Be People|
|2||Livin' Just For You|
|5||You Are My Life|
|6||Deacon's Hip Hop|
|7||There Is Something On Your Mind|
|8||Big Fat Mama|
|10||Never Trust Your Heart|
|11||Blues Ain't Nuthin'|
|14||Without A Love|
|15||Give Me Some Of Your Love|
|17||Blow, Big Jay|