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JazzWeek Radio Chart: April 26, 2010

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TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 5 6 Tia Fuller Decisive Steps (Mack Avenue) 160 148 +12 2 42 1 7
2 4 3 John Pizzarelli Rockin In Rhythm: A Tribute To Duke Ellington (Telarc) 152 153 -1 4 44 2 8
3 1 10 Catherine Russell Inside This Heart Of Mine (World Village/Harmonia Mundi) 151 235 -84 4 56 1 4
4 3 1 Rufus Reid Out Front (Motema) 150 157 -7 0 53 1 8
5 Nnenna Freelon Homefree (Concord) 147 50 +97 26 47 5 1
6 2 5 Mike LeDonne The Groover (Savant) 141 166 -25 1 53 2 9
7 7 9 Brad Mehldau Highway Rider (Nonesuch) 139 139 0 4 57 7 4
8 21 16 Chris Tedesco Living The Dream (Angel City) 136 94 +42 1 39 8 5
9 13 15 Claudio Roditi Simpatico (Resonance) 134 120 +14 3 45 9 9
10 14 14 Anat Cohen Clarinetwork Live At The Village Vanguard (Anzic) 132 114 +18 6 50 10 5
11 Caetano Veloso Zii E Zie (Nonesuch) 130 28 +102 28 46 11 1
12 11 2 Dee Dee Bridgewater Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee (Emarcy/DDB) 126 123 +3 1 43 2 7
13 12 30 Eric Reed & Cyrus Chestnut Plenty Swing, Plenty Soul (Savant) 123 121 +2 8 48 12 3
14 9 34 Tom Harrell Roman Nights (HighNote) 118 131 -13 7 45 9 3
15 19 23 Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program (Preservation Hall) 110 101 +9 0 32 11 11
16 14 7 Jeremy Pelt Men Of Honor (HighNote) 108 114 -6 0 42 3 12
16 6 4 Ahmad Jamal A Quiet Time (Dreyfus) 108 144 -36 1 40 1 14
18 22 17 Dave Holland Pathways (Dare2) 107 87 +20 6 46 17 4
19 18 18 Sheryl Bailey A New Promise (MCG Jazz) 104 102 +2 2 29 12 10
20 28 Pharez Whitted Transient Journey (Owl) 103 77 +26 11 43 20 2
21 20 12 Ken Peplowski Noir Blue (Capri) 100 100 0 2 37 12 7
22 Scenes Rinnova (Origin) 99 +99 17 44 22 1
23 22 John Fedchock Live At The Red Sea Jazz Festival (Capri) 91 87 +4 14 45 22 2
24 35 Trombone Shorty Backatown (Verve Forecast) 90 69 +21 15 34 24 2
25 26 28 Jamie Cullum The Pursuit (Verve Forecast) 83 81 +2 0 29 1 8
25 30 19 John Basile No Apologies (Stringtime Jazz) 83 76 +7 0 27 13 8
27 10 11 Hadley Caliman Straight Ahead (Origin) 81 125 -44 0 24 2 13
28 27 12 Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Yesterday You Said Tomorrow (Concord Jazz) 78 78 0 1 40 12 5
29 Avery Sharpe Avery Sharpe Trio Live (JKNM) 77 33 +44 20 36 29 1
30 Jacky Terrasson Push (Concord) 73 +73 39 39 30 1
31 7 25 Pat Metheny Orchestrion (Nonesuch) 70 139 -69 0 35 4 13
31 Bobby McFerrin VOCAbuLarieS (Emarcy) 70 49 +21 8 32 31 1
31 16 7 Joe Locke For The Love Of You (E1 Entertainment) 70 108 -38 0 29 3 13
34 The Stan Kenton Alumni Band Have Band Will Travel (Summit) 69 44 +25 8 21 34 1
35 28 21 Ehud Asherie Modern Life (Posi-Tone) 68 77 -9 2 17 21 3
36 Rob Schneiderman Glass Enclosure (Reservoir) 67 +67 0 21 6 29
37 32 29 Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Portrait In Seven Shades: Ted Nash (Jazz At Lincoln Center) 65 73 -8 4 30 29 3
38 25 26 Steve Hobbs Vibes, Straight Up (Challenge) 64 85 -21 0 25 1 16
38 34 26 Carolyn Leonhart & Wayne Escoffery Tides Of Yesterday (Savant) 64 70 -6 1 23 15 8
38 Alan Baylock Jazz Orchestra Eastern Standard Time (Self Released) 64 32 +32 1 20 7 37
41 41 37 Orrin Evans Faith In Action (Posi-Tone) 62 65 -3 3 27 16 11
41 39 44 Gene Harris Another Night In London (Resonance) 62 66 -4 1 27 14 13
43 Tom Tallitsch Perspective (OA2 Records) 61 13 +48 2 32 26 11
44 19 Don Braden & Mark Rapp The Strayhorn Project (Premium Music Solutions) 59 50 +9 0 24 4 14
45 35 33 Lorraine Feather Ages (Jazzed Media) 58 69 -11 0 29 21 10
46 43 Sherman Irby Live At The Otto Club (Black Warrior) 56 57 -1 1 25 34 8
47 Holly Hofmann & Bill Cunliffe Three’s Company (Capri) 55 46 +9 0 30 27 11
47 Stanton Moore Groove Alchemy (Telarc) 55 23 +32 10 24 47 1
47 39 32 Paul Meyers Paul Meyers Quartet Featuring Frank Wess (Miles High) 55 66 -11 0 22 14 10
47 48 42 El Movimiento The Movement (Nueva Nota) 55 54 +1 1 20 42 4

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