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  • Audio CD (10 Aug 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Blue Note
  • ASIN: B0002KQO1W
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 77,597 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Paul Bowes TOP 500 REVIEWER on 11 Mar 2011
Format: Audio CD
'In'n'Out' was Joe Henderson's third album. It's very much in the same vein as 'Page One' and 'Our Thing'. Once again Henderson is paired with Kenny Dorham (trumpet), and the two horns split compositional duties. As one might expect, Henderson's three tunes are thornier and more forward-looking, Dorham's two more firmly in the Blue Note hard bop tradition. The material is adequate rather than outstanding: only Henderson's 'Punjab' and Dorham's 'Short Story' seem to have had much of a life beyond this 1964 session.

The rhythm section is excellent. Richard Davis (bass) is joined by McCoy Tyner (piano) and Elvin Jones (drums), and it's interesting to say the least to hear two-thirds of Coltrane's rhythm section driving a different sax player. Henderson is clearly comfortable in this company without really taking off for the stellar regions.

All in all, a typical Blue Note session of the period - consistently high quality playing poised between hard bop and post-bop. Recommended for Henderson enthusiasts, of course - and for admirers of Elvin Jones in particular - but also for anyone interested in the development of the music at this pivotal period. The CD release adds an alternative take of the title track to the original vinyl.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
"In 'N Out" Needs To Be In Your Collection 14 Sep 2004
By Michael B. Richman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Among the latest batch of Blue Note RVG titles (8/10/04), is a reissue of Joe Henderson's classic "In 'N Out." This album has been available on CD before (it was originally released in 1994), but it had drifted out-of-print within the past few years. With this new edition, lovingly remastered by original engineer Rudy Van Gelder, hopefully "In 'N Out" will find a permanent place "in" the EMI catalog.

It was a risky endeavor for Alfred Lion to partner three of his stars -- Grant Green, Wayne Shorter and Joe Henderson -- with half of the John Coltrane Quartet (pianist McCoy Tyner and drummer Elvin Jones) at the height of that group's powers in 1964. But that is exactly what he did, and it was a bet that paid off with six amazing albums, two of which were Henderson's -- "Inner Urge" (see my review) and this title "In 'N Out." And while Joe sounds his most 'Trane-like (to excellent results I might add) on the former, this April 10, 1964 session simply yields a thoroughly creative exploration of modern jazz. Additionally joined by frequent collaborator Kenny Dorham on trumpet and Richard Davis on bass, this quintet tackles five original compositions (three by JH, two by KD) that can hold their own with anything in the Blue Note canon, or anything made in the watershed jazz year of 1964 for that matter. Jazz fans, if you don't have "In 'N Out" in your collection, you need to get out and buy it!
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Brilliant, sophisticated hard bop 27 Sep 2004
By Matt Bailey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This was my first album of Henderson as a leader, believe it or not. After running over my list of 60's jazz, especially Blue Note albums, I was astonished to see that my only cd at all with Henderson was Horace Silver's Song for My Father.

I went to the bookstore and had to choose between In n' Out, Inner Urge and Page One. I eventually chose the first (obviously) because it had one of my favorite piano/drums combination in McCoy Tyner and Elvin Jones, and also had Kenny Dorham. I was glad of my choice, as this album is superb. Compositionally it's nothing exciting, but as is often said in the liner-notes, the tunes are used as springboards for soloing, which is just fine with me. Henderson is the emobidiment of creative fire throughout, at once reminiscent of Coltrane and yet with an approach wholly his own. The tracks are all exciting from start to finish, especially Punjab and Serenity, and retains the brawniness of hard bop combined with enough freedom and originality to tie it into the more overt modernism of Coltrane and Shorter's works of the same period. Sophisticated hard bop, then.

As for the rest of the band, I can only say that McCoy Tyner matches Henderson note for note; his solos are just as exciting and interesting, just as I always expect him to be. Elvin Jones is one of my 3 favorite drummers, and this cd is one more example of his stunning talent. Richard Davis is extremely solid on bass. My one complaint is Dorham, who though I wouldn't say sounds uncomfortable (like Bob Blumenthal does in the liner-notes) nevertheless is not on par with the rest of the band. His solos are all good, but never brilliant. But the album is about Henderson, and he delivers the goods in spades. It's a wonderful bonus when Tyner and Jones deliver them too. Now I'm going to go buy Inner Urge.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Joe Henderons Burns 28 Mar 2005
By Leeman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
In'n out is extremely top quality jazz that deserves the highest of ratings. Right here you have the greatest rhythmn section in the world of McCoy Tyner, Richard Davis, and Elvin Jones. The horns are of course Joe who is just smokin' and Kenny dorham who was one of the uncredited but most influential trumpeters and in some ways created the basis of hardbop trumpet playing. Dorham was constantly being overlooked, in the forties and fifties he was in the shadow of Dizzy and Miles and in the sixties Lee Morgan, Freddie hubbard and Woody Shaw came along. Blakey once defined Dorham as the uncrowned king of the trumpet, but enough about Kenny. The title track opens with a complicated theme and Elvin really gets into the groove, his intense drive will never be matched by any drummer. McCoy has incredible fingers I don't think there is a better pianist in the world. Kenny's solo kind of cools things off a bit but Joe takes another and the burner is on high again! "Punjab", by henderson, reseambles the kind of compositions that people like Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter were writing. Kenny contributes two obscure but unique sounding compositions "Short Story" and "Browns Town." "In 'n out" is Joe's finest album. It's brother album is tyners "The Real McCoy" with henderson, Ron Carter, Elvin Jones.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Joe Henderson's Five Blue Notes: An Oeuvre 4 Nov 2010
By Ronald Kenyon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
OK, here's what you do. You buy all five of Joe Henderson's Blue Notes [Page One and Our Thing from 1963; In 'n Out and Inner Urge from 1964; and Mode for Joe from 1966]. They are five elements of a single oeuvre. Listen to all of them until you become thoroughly familiar with this music and appreciate all its nuances. Then you follow the same procedure with the eight classic Wayne Shorter Blue Note albums [Night Dreamer from 1964 through Schizophrenia from 1967]. And then you will know what jazz music is all about. It's as simple as that.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
One of the Great Greats 2 July 2010
By Craig Swanson - Published on Amazon.com
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The underrated Joe Henderson in super form. I love everything Joe did but this and Inner Urge are just beyond compare. Some of the finest, most beautiful sounds ever made. Note: the 2nd track, Punjab, does not start right on silence, but on the 1st note of the head. This is a fault. I am writing Amazon to see if they can repair this track.
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