Big Jay McNeely Big Jay In 3-D
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- by Big Jay McNeely ~ Swingin' - Golden Classics ~ $7.17
- Released: April 16, 1995
- Originally Released: 1995
- Label: King
- 1.The Goof
- 2.Ice Water
- 3.Big Jay Shuffle
- 4.Rock Candy
- 5.Whipped Cream
- 6.Hot Cinders
- 9.Nervous Man Nervous
- 10.Mule Milk
- 11.Let's Work
Recording information: 08/26/1952-04/08/1954.
Unknown Contributor Role: Big Jay McNeely.
Tenor saxophonist Big Jay McNeely swings and honks his way through 12 classic Federal sides from 1952-1954. Joined by brother Robert on baritone, McNeely and his combo work a well-worn jump blues groove on gospel-imbued scorchers like "Hot Cinders" and "The Goof." Equally adept at torrid and moderate tempos, McNeely also shows off his Illinois Jacquet-inspired chops with a dizzying array of bleats, screeches, and guttural smears, even throwing in some svelte lines when appropriate. And while cuts like "Ice Water" presage the coming of rock & roll, classy swingers such as "Hardtack" offer a unique blend of R&B and jazz adorned with bongo accompaniment. And then there's "3-D," the centerpiece of the set and one of the most blistering of R&B instrumentals. Even amidst the almost pneumatic rhythm, McNeely masterfully wails above the band, not missing a beat during his irrepressible call-and-response workout with the other horn players. Whether blowing teenage brains out at LA's Shrine Auditorium or with classic records like this, Big Jay McNeely always backed up the hysteria with loads of good music. ~ Stephen Cook
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