Big Jay McNeely - The Chronological Big Jay McNeely 1948-1950 FLAC album
Release group by Big Jay McNeely.
We last encountered Big Jay McNeely ten years earlier in 1949 when he was honking and squealing his way through Deacon’s Hop. Although his muscular saxophonics had laid the groundwork for rock ‘n’ roll, Jay was sidelined during rock’s early days, an. .
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Big Jay McNeely: American rhythm and blues saxophonist. There Is Something on Your Mind, I'm Shakin', Roadhouse Boogie и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
The Orchard Music (от лица компании "Proper Box"); BMG Rights Management, ARESA.
Album · 2001 · 22 Songs. More By Big Jay McNeely. See All. Cherry Pie. 2009. Crazy (More 50's Hits, Rararities, Live Cuts, And Alternative Takes).
Deacon" Big Jay McNeely helped establish rock & roll by hammering out a stream of jump records that were perfect for dancing and carousing purposes. Most of these tunes are grandstand blowouts, tempered with occasional slow and substantial essays in blue like "Deacon's Groove (Cool Blood). Between the rips and roars it's interesting to examine the personnel involved in all of these dynamite recordings.
What are included in this 1948-1950 initial volume, however, are the 1949 singles billed as Big Jay McNeeley cut for René's other label, Exclusive Records: Midnight Dreams (Clifford Blivens . b/w Blow Big Jay as Exclusive 90X; Willie The Cool Cat b/w Roadhouse Boogie (Ted Shirley . as Exclusive 96X; Hoppin' With Hunter b/w Tondelayo as.
Chronological Classics complete discography. Chronological Classics was a French compact disc reissue label. The original owner Gilles Pétard intended to release the complete master takes of all jazz and swing artists that were issued on 78 rpm records. By the time the label suspended operations in July 2008, its scope had extended into the LP era. Pétard also started a parallel label, R&B Classics, whose releases follow on from the jazz listing, to reissue postwar rhythm & blues recordings. An unaffiliated label, Neatworks, released alternate takes and misidentified master takes of jazz artists previously issued on Chronological Classics. 5170 Big Jay McNeely 1953-1955. 5171 Sunnyland Slim 1952-1955. 5172 Johnny Guitar Watson 1952-1955.
|3||Deacon's Groove (Cool Blood)|
|7||The Deacon's Hop|
|10||Blow Big Jay|
|11||Boogie In Front|
|12||Willie The Cool Cat|
|14||K & H Boogie|
|16||Hoppin' With Hunter|
|21||Real Crazy Cool|
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