Recorded in April 1964, In 'n Out falls square in the middle of the formidable run of five classic Blue Note albums that launched tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson's legendary career. The lineup featured the transcendent frontline of Henderson and trumpeter Kenny Dorham along with a powerful rhythm section with pianist McCoy Tyner, bassist Richard Davis, and drummer Elvin Jones. The music charted expansive postbop territory on three Henderson's originals (''In 'n Out'' ''Punjab'' ''Serenity'').
Side A 1. In N Out, 2. Punjab Side B 1. Serenity, 2. Short Story, 3. Brown's Town