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JazzWeek Radio Chart: April 5, 2010

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1Ahmad Jamal A Quiet Time (Dreyfus) 173 204 -31 0 501 11
2 3 8 Rufus Reid Out Front (Motema) 172168 +4 4 54 2 5
3 8 7Joe Locke For The Love Of You (E1 Entertainment) 169 140 +29 1 48 310
4 7 4 Jeremy Pelt Men Of Honor (HighNote) 159 148+11 1 49 3 9
5 4 3 Mike LeDonne The Groover (Savant)157 165 -8 1 53 3 6
6 22 Hadley Caliman Straight Ahead (Origin) 148 182 -34 0 362 10
7 10 9 Dee Dee Bridgewater Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee (Emarcy/DDB) 142133 +9 8 52 7 4
8 5 6Tia Fuller Decisive Steps (Mack Avenue) 137 152 -15 8 48 54
8 14 14 John Pizzarelli Rockin In Rhythm: A Tribute To Duke Ellington (Telarc) 137 117+20 1 38 7 5
10 26 Chris Tedesco Living The Dream (Angel City)130 85 +45 5 42 10 2
11 1211 Claudio Roditi Simpatico (Resonance) 128 122 +6 1 3911 6
12 36 Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Yesterday You Said Tomorrow (Concord Jazz) 12572 +53 17 62 12 2
13 23 22John Basile No Apologies (Stringtime Jazz) 111 90 +21 11 37 135
14 11 17 Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program (Preservation Hall) 109124 -15 1 39 11 8
15 22 Anat Cohen Clarinetwork Live At The Village Vanguard (Anzic) 107 92 +15 13 49 152
15 35 Dana Hall Into The Light (Origin) 107 51+56 2 41 8 21
17 28 25 Gene Harris Another Night In London (Resonance)100 82 +18 6 37 14 10
18 135 Steve Hobbs Vibes, Straight Up (Challenge) 99 121 -22 0 281 13
19 9 10 Don Braden & Mark Rapp The Strayhorn Project (Premium Music Solutions)97 138 -41 0 31 4 11
20 Dave Holland Pathways (Dare2) 96 34 +62 26 4820 1
20 17 19 Pat Metheny Orchestrion (Nonesuch) 96104 -8 0 42 4 10
22 41 24Lorraine Feather Ages (Jazzed Media) 95 69 +26 2 42 217
22 37 29 Abdullah Ibrahim Bombella (Sunnyside) 95 71+24 0 37 19 12
22 28 12 Sheryl Bailey A New Promise (MCG Jazz)95 82 +13 2 25 12 7
25 3532 Carolyn Leonhart & Wayne Escoffery Tides Of Yesterday (Savant) 94 74 +20 242 15 5
26 27 38 Jamie Cullum The Pursuit (Verve Forecast)92 83 +9 1 40 1 5
26 2120 Gail Pettis Here In The Moment (OA2 Records) 92 95 -3 0 315 11
28 20 15 Tobias Gebb & Unit 7 Free At Last (Yummyhouse)91 97 -6 0 24 9 10
29 1816 Orrin Evans Faith In Action (Posi-Tone) 90 102 -12 0 3416 8
30 19 26 Ken Peplowski Noir Blue (Capri) 89100 -11 3 36 19 4
31 Brad Mehldau Highway Rider (Nonesuch)87 46 +41 25 40 31 1
32 2313 John Stein Raising The Roof (Whaling City Sound) 86 90 -4 0 252 12
33 30 27 Paul Meyers Paul Meyers Quartet Featuring Frank Wess (Miles High) 7880 -2 1 37 14 7
33 37 39Annie Sellick Street Of Dreams (Chalice) 78 71 +7 0 27 3110
35 43 29 Steve Davis Eloquence (Jazz Legacy) 76 66+10 0 19 7 28
36 42 34 Roberto Fonseca Akokan (Enja/Justin Time)71 68 +3 1 26 10 9
37 42 Jerry Bergonzi Three For All (Savant) 68 40 +28 0 2937 7
38 37 33 Matt Slocum Portraits (Chandra) 6771 -4 0 14 14 12
39 48 48Frank Vignola 100 Years Of Django (Azica) 66 65 +1 0 19 258
40 39 Holly Hofmann & Bill Cunliffe Three’s Company (Capri) 6564 +1 4 33 27 8
41 Bill Easley Hearing Voices (18th & Vine)64 45 +19 0 18 9 34
42 3320 James Zollar Zollar Systems (JZAZ) 63 76 -13 0 2020 4
43 27 Jeremy Davenport We’ll Dance ‘Til Dawn (Basin Street)61 64 -3 0 12 27 14
44 El Movimiento The Movement (Nueva Nota) 60 38 +22 12 2144 1
45 Sherman Irby Live At The Otto Club (Black Warrior) 59 51+8 2 31 34 5
46 6 46 Jae Sinnett Theatre (J-Nett)58 151 -93 0 21 6 5
47 2542 Hiromi Place To Be (Telarc) 57 89 -32 0 2715 9
47 47 Ian Carey Contextualizin’ (Kabocha) 5758 -1 0 23 47 5
49 Catherine Russell Inside This Heart Of Mine (World Village/Harmonia Mundi)56 +56 21 23 49 1
49 Lionel Loueke Mwaliko (Blue Note) 56 63 -7 1 20 39

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