Incognito (Spyro Gyra album)

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Incognito
Incognito spyro gyra.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 1982
Genre Jazz, jazz fusion
Length38:48
Label MCA
Producer Jay Beckenstein and Richard Calandra
Spyro Gyra chronology
Freetime
(1981)
Incognito
(1982)
City Kids
(1983)
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Incognito is the sixth album by Spyro Gyra, released in 1982. At Billboard magazine, it reached No. 46 on the Top 200 Albums chart, [2] and No. 2 on that magazine's Jazz Albums chart.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks are written by Jay Beckenstein except where noted [3] .

No.TitleLength
1."Last Exit" (Schuman)4:17
2."Old San Juan"6:41
3."Harbor Nights"4:22
4."Stripes"4:01
5."Oasis" (Wall)5:39
6."Incognito" (Schuman)5:56
7."Sueño" (Wall)4:05
8."Soho Mo Jo"3:47

Charts

U.S. Weekly charts

ChartPosition
Billboard 200 [4] 46
Billboard Jazz Albums [5] 2
Billboard R&B Albums [6] 39
Cash Box Top 100 Albums [7] 61
Cash Box Top 30 Jazz Albums [8] 1
Radio & Records Jazz Albums [9] 1

U.S. Year End chart

ChartPosition
Billboard 1983 Jazz [10] 8

Personnel

Horn Section

String Section

Production

Studios

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References

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