Rhythm & Blues saxophonist Big Jay McNeely had a career that lasted over six decades. He worked with some legendary vocalist like Johnny Otis and Little Sonny Warner and was inducted into the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame prior to his death last September at the age of 91. He released over 20 albums, with his first release dating back to 1954. Now we can put an exclamation point at the end of his career with the release of his final album titled "I'm Still Here, Big Jay Sings The Blues." It features a dozen tracks that Big Jay McNeely recorded before his passing, which was brought together to create his first true blues album.