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Deacons Blowout - Big Jay McNeely - King Of The Honkin Sax (CD)

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  1. Dec 09,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of King Of The Honkin' Sax on Discogs.
  2. Big Jay McNeely-King of the Honkin' Sax (US IMPORT) CD NEW. $ + $ shipping. King Of The Honking Sax. $ Details about Big Jay McNeely - King Of The Honking Sax [CD] Be the first to write a review. Big Jay McNeely - King Of The Honking Sax [CD] Deacons Blowout Insect Ball Sad Story All That Wine Is Gone Dont Seller Rating: % positive.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for King Of The Honkin' Sax - Big Jay McNeely on AllMusic Deacon's Blowout. Big Jay McNeely. Amazon: Insect Ball.
  4. Big Jay McNeely King Of The Honkin' Sax 2CD. For the first time all these rockin' Rhythm & Blues sides have been gathered together on one serious collection. Big Jay McNeely virtually single-handedly created the honking tenor sax style that was one of the musical templates for Rock 'n' Roll. These amazing recordings were years ahead of their time.
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  6. Big Jay McNeely and Band There Is Something On Your Mind. Big Jay McNeely and Band, vocal by Little Sonny. There Is Something On Your Mind. We last encountered Big Jay McNeely ten years earlier in when he was honking and squealing his way through Deacon’s snarenterabricowonhostcharnaconle.cogh his muscular saxophonics had laid the groundwork for rock ‘n’ roll, Jay was sidelined during rock’s early days.
  7. Cecil James "Big Jay" McNeely April 29th - September 16th Olympic Auditorium Los Angeles |photo by Bob Willoughby Hailed as the King of the Honkers, Big Jay McNeely was at the forefront of a group of post-bop saxophonists who, in the late s, .
  8. Born April 29, in Watts, California. Died September 16, 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 mids. In he began recording for Savoy Records, scoring a #1 R&B hit with "Deacon's Hop" in

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