Three Blind Mice is a 1962 jazz album released by Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers for United Artists Records. It was later reissued in two volumes by Blue Note Records. It features live material recorded in 1961 at The Village Gate, NYC and The Renaissance Club, Hollywood, in 1962. It was bassist Jymie Merritt's final recording with the group before having to leave to recover from an illness; he would be replaced by Reggie Workman. Blue Note has re-issued a two-volume CD set, Three Blind Mice Vols. 1 & 2, with supplementary live tracks from the original dates of recording.