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Comin' in the Back Door

Comin' in the Back Door
Wynton Kelly
Released 1963
Recorded May 10 and November 14 & 15, 1963
Genre Jazz
Length 34:27
Label Verve
Wynton Kelly chronology

Someday My Prince Will Come
(1961)
Comin' in the Back Door
(1963)
It's All Right!
(1964)

Comin' in the Back Door is an album by jazz pianist Wynton Kelly released on the Verve label featuring performances by Kelly with Paul Chambers and Jimmy Cobb with guitarist Kenny Burrell and an orchestra recorded in 1963.[1]

Reception

The Allmusic review awarded the album 3 stars.[2]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[2]

Track listing

  1. "If That's the Way You Want It" (Gloria Shayne) - 2:36
  2. "Comin' in the Back Door" (Scott Turner) - 2:20
  3. "Don't Wait Too Long" (Sunny Skylar) - 2:10
  4. "Nocturne" (Claus Ogerman) - 2:40
  5. "The Bitter End" (Ogerman) - 2:00
  6. "Theme from "Burke's Law" (Herschel Burke Gilbert) - 2:10
  7. "Quiet Village" (Les Baxter) - 3:09
  8. "Caesar and Cleopatra Theme" (Alex North) - 3:10
  9. "Signing Off" (Leonard Feather) - 2:27
  10. "Little Tracy" (Wynton Kelly) - 2:39
  11. "To Kill a Mockingbird" (Elmer Bernstein) - 2:15
    • Recorded in New York City on May 10, 1963 (tracks 7, 8 & 11), November 14, 1963 (tracks 4, 5 & 10) and November 15, 1963 (tracks 1-3, 6 & 9)

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