Wynton Kelly discography

Wynton Kelly was a jazz pianist. His appearances on record date from 1948 to 1970 and include more than a dozen albums under his own name and more than 120 as a sideman.

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Year recorded Title Label Notes
1951 Piano Interpretations Blue Note Trio, with Oscar Pettiford and Franklin Skeete (bass; separately), Lee Abrams (drums, congas)
1958 Piano Riverside Quartet, with Kenny Burrell (guitar), Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums)
1959 Kelly Blue Riverside Trio, with Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums); some tracks are sextet, with Nat Adderley (cornet), Bobby Jaspar (flute), Benny Golson (tenor sax) added
1959 Kelly Great Vee Jay Quintet, with Lee Morgan (trumpet), Wayne Shorter (tenor sax), Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums)
1960 Kelly at Midnight Vee-Jay Trio, with Paul Chambers (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums)
1961 Wynton Kelly! Vee-Jay Trio, with Paul Chambers and Sam Jones (bass; separately), Jimmy Cobb (drums)
1959–61 Someday My Prince Will Come Vee-Jay Trio, with Paul Chambers and Sam Jones (bass; separately), Jimmy Cobb (drums); one track is quintet, as on Kelly Great – released in 1977
1963 Comin’ in the Back Door Verve With orchestra conducted by Claus Ogerman on most tracks, and Kenny Burrell (guitar), Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums)
1964 It’s All Right! Verve Quintet on most tracks, with Kenny Burrell (guitar), Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums), Candido Camero (conga); The Tommy Rey Caribe Steel Band added on one track
1965 Undiluted Verve Trio, with Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums); quintet on one track, with Ray Stevenson (flute), unknown (percussion) added
1965 Smokin’ at the Half Note Verve Quartet, with Wes Montgomery (guitar), Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums); in concert
1965 Blues on Purpose Xanadu Trio, with Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums); in concert; released 1983[1]
1966 Full View Milestone Trio, with Ron McClure (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums)
1967 Interpretations Vee-Jay Quartet, with Hank Mobley (tenor sax), Cecil McBee (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums); in concert
1968 Last Trio Session Delmark Trio, with Paul Chambers (bass), Jimmy Cobb (drums)
1968 In Concert Vee-Jay Quartet, with George Coleman (tenor sax), Ron McClure (bass) Jimmy Cobb (drums); in concert; released 1977[2]

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