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Big Jay McNeely - Live At Birdland 1957

Big Jay McNeely - Live At Birdland 1957
  • Performer Big Jay McNeely
  • Title Live At Birdland 1957
  • Country Russia
  • Label Landy Star Music
  • Catalog number LS0271 - 2553
  • Other formats CD, Album, Unofficial Release
  • Genre Jazz / Blues
  • Size MP3 1994 mb
  • Size FLAC 1220 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 506


1I Got A Woman
3Deacon's Hop
4Insect Ball
5Honky Tonk
6My Darling Dear
7Roadhouse Boogie / Let It Roll
8Flyin' Home
9There Is Something On Your Mind
10I Hope You're All Right
11Havana Hop
12How High The Moon
13Back Shack Track
14Thing's Ain't What They Used To Be
15Oh What A Fool


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
COL-CD-5131Big Jay McNeely Live At Birdland 1957 ‎(CD, Album)CollectablesCOL-CD-51311992


4 Pages booklet


  • Matrix / Runout: NG 1346 LS0271 - 2553


An amazing artifact from 1957, when live recordings like this one didn't happen very often. A Seattle engineer with a spanking-new stereo tape recorder captured the contents of this disc while McNeely and his swinging combo were working out at a Seattle nightspot called the Birdland. He gets plenty of room to peel the paper from the gin joint's walls as he wails on Flying Home, How High the Moon, and Let It Roll. Album 1956 16 Songs. More By Big Jay McNeely. The Best of Big Jay McNeely 1948-1955. Cherry Pie. Live '57 - Big Jay McNeely. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Big Jay McNeely. Live at Birdland 1957, 2008. Live At Birdland 1957 is a rnb music live album recording by BIG JAY MCNEELY released in 1992 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Big Jay McNeely born Cecil James McNeely, April 29, 1927, Watts, Los Angeles, California, United States is an American rhythm and blues saxophonist. more . Year: 1957. Style:MLA Chicago APA. Live at Birdland: 1957 Album. STANDS4 LLC, 2020. 24 Jun 2020. Powered by . Missing lyrics by Big Jay McNeely Know any other songs by Big Jay McNeely Don't keep it to yourself Add it Here. Track List. I Hope Your All Right. Insect Ball. Havana Hop. Flying Home. Back Shack Track. Honky Tonk. I Got A Woman. Things Ain't What They Used To Be. How High The Moon. Oh What A Fool. Roadhouse BoogieLet It Roll. There Is Something On Your Mind. Deacon's Hop. My Darling Dear. This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging. 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. Ralph Bass, A&R man for Savoy Records. Live at Birdland: 1957. Big Jay McNeely Format: Audio CD. At Birdland. Please retry. Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping. Special offers and product promotions. Big Jay McNeely Big Nine-Oh and goin strong. Big Jay McNeely live at Birdland, Seattle Washington 1957 Big J Records 1989 . This session, actually an experimental stereo recording at Birdland in Seattle wasnt available commercially until 1989 when McNeely, along with historian Jim Dawson, assembled the tracks which became this album and finally issued it. Stereo was in its infancy at the time, with labels just starting to issue albums in the new format