Autobiography is the ninth album by jazz cornetist Nat Adderley. It was released in 1964 as a vinyl record, his first after moving to Atlantic Records. It includes elements from the genres of soul jazz and hard bop and a performance of what is arguably one of his best-known achievements, "Work Song", which was produced during his time with his brother Cannonball Adderley's second quartet.
Besides Nat Adderley's cornet, the players are Ernie Royal on trumpet, Benny Powell on trombone, Don Butterfield on tuba, Seldon Powell on tenor saxophone and flute, Josef Zawinul on piano, Sam Jones on bass, Grady Tate on drums, and Willie Bobo on percussion.
- "The Work Song"
- "Little Boy with the Sad Eyes"
- "Stony Island"
- "Jive Samba"
- "Old albums"