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Definition of Back door

Back door
Back door Back" door" A door in the back part of a building; hence, an indirect way. --Atterbury.

Meaning of Back door from wikipedia

- Back door may refer to: A door in the rear of a house or other building Metaphors from the secondary building-portal sense Backdoor (computing), a hidden...
- Back Door Slam is the name of the blues rock band started by Davy Knowles on the Isle of Man in 2003–04. The band got its name from a Robert Cray song...
- "Back Door Man" is a blues song written by Willie Dixon and recorded by Howlin' Wolf in 1960. The lyrics draw on a Southern U.S. cultural term for an...
- "Back Door Santa" is a funk-style song recorded by Clarence Carter, which Atlantic Records released as a single in 1968. In an artist biography, it is...
- "Lookin' out My Back Door" is a song recorded by the American band Creedence Clearwater Revival. Written by the band's lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter...
- "Knocking at Your Back Door" is a song by the British hard rock band Deep Purple, the first track of the album Perfect Strangers, which was released in...
- Back Door to **** is a 1964 film concerning a three-man team of United States soldiers preparing the way for Gen. MacArthur's World War II return to the...
- Back Door were a British jazz-rock trio, formed in 1971. Colin Hodgkinson (born 14 October 1945, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England) – b**** guitar...
- The Back Door Wolf is the final studio album by blues musician Howlin' Wolf, released by Chess Records in 1973. In a retrospective AllMusic review, critic...
- Back Door Men is the second album by The Shadows of Knight. Both this album and its predecessor, Gloria, were released in 1966 and are considered to be...