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JazzWeek Radio Chart: April 7, 2014

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TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 2 1 Craig Handy Craig Handy & 2nd Line Smith (Okeh) 307 271 +36 1 52 1 10
2 1 2 George Cables Icons and Influences (HighNote) 299 289 +10 0 57 1 9
3 3 3 Dave Stryker Eight Track (Strikezone) 256 254 +2 0 51 3 7
4 4 4 Catherine Russell Bring It Back (Jazz Village) 241 235 +6 2 47 4 8
5 12 5 Vincent Herring The Uptown Shuffle (Smoke Sessions) 228 189 +39 2 50 5 8
6 15 6 Bruce Barth Daybreak (Savant) 227 181 +46 5 53 6 3
6 6 6 Helen Sung Anthem For A New Day (Concord) 227 212 +15 2 49 2 10
8 8 8 Anton Schwartz Flash Mob (AntonJazz) 222 205 +17 1 45 6 9
9 17 9 Stacey Kent The Changing Lights (Warner Bros) 218 174 +44 1 45 9 6
10 14 10 Javon Jackson Expression (Smoke Sessions) 216 185 +31 4 54 10 4
11 16 11 David Fathead Newman & The Tilden Webb Trio Cellar Groove (Cellar Live) 212 177 +35 5 43 11 4
11 7 11 Dianne Reeves Beautiful Life (Concord) 212 207 +5 0 41 3 9
13 5 13 Frank Wess Magic 201 (IPO Recordings) 210 213 -3 0 45 5 7
13 18 13 Sheryl Bailey A Meeting Of Minds (Cellar Live) 210 172 +38 0 41 11 6
15 13 15 Ulysses Owens, Jr. Onward And Upward (D-Clef) 202 188 +14 1 48 12 8
16 11 16 Tim Hegarty Tribute (Miles High) 201 192 +9 0 43 9 9
17 10 17 Pat Metheny Unity Group Kin (<-->) (Nonesuch) 192 198 -6 1 48 5 7
18 21 18 Mike Longo Trio Step On It (CAP) 187 152 +35 7 51 18 2
19 9 19 Harold Mabern Right On Time (Smoke Sessions) 176 200 -24 1 42 1 12
20 22 20 Steve Davis For Real (Posi-Tone) 171 150 +21 0 35 9 10
21 19 21 Joshua Breakstone With The Wind And The Rain (Capri) 170 169 +1 0 31 9 9
22 25 22 Takuya Kuroda Rising Son (Blue Note) 159 133 +26 0 38 20 6
23 24 23 Cory Weeds Let's Go (Cellar Live) 158 136 +22 0 32 3 11
24 20 24 Ambrose Akinmusire The Imagined Savior Is Far Easier To Paint (Blue Note) 157 168 -11 3 43 20 3
25 34 25 Antonio Adolfo Rio Choro Jazz (AAM Music) 146 107 +39 8 39 25 2
26 23 26 Jeremy Pelt Face Forward, Jeremy (HighNote) 144 146 -2 0 33 7 9
27 33 27 Puppeteers The Puppeteers (Red) 136 108 +28 4 33 27 4
27 27 27 Matt Wilson Quartet & John Medeski Gathering Call (Palmetto) 136 123 +13 0 32 10 11
29 27 29 Jeff Hackworth Soul To Go! (Big Bridge Music) 132 123 +9 1 32 27 5
29 29 29 Nir Felder Golden Age (Okeh) 132 120 +12 0 29 26 7
31 68 31 Leslie Pintchik In The Nature Of Things (Pintch Hard) 131 70 +61 9 28 31 1
31 26 31 Pete Mills Sweet Shadow (Cellar Live) 131 128 +3 0 28 17 10
33 45 33 King William Jazz Collective King William Jazz Collective (Self-Released) 130 94 +36 1 25 20 8
34 38 34 Pete Christleib & Linda Small - 'Tall & Small' High On You (Bosco) 125 100 +25 8 35 34 2
35 42 35 Jacques Schwarz-Bart Jazz Racine Haiti (Motema) 121 97 +24 1 34 34 7
36 32 36 Alfredo Rodriguez The Invasion Parade (Mack Avenue) 120 114 +6 0 33 23 6
37 35 37 Danilo Perez Panama 500 (Mack Avenue) 117 105 +12 0 34 21 9
37 35 37 Vanessa Rubin and Don Braden Full Circle (Creative Perspective) 117 105 +12 0 24 14 13
39 55 39 Ben Wolfe From Hear I See (MAXJAZZ) 112 86 +26 0 26 29 8
40 50 40 Jeff Ballard Times Tales (Okeh) 111 91 +20 1 27 32 6
41 45 41 David M. Bromberg Forth And Back (CAP) 110 94 +16 0 29 34 6
42 31 42 Gene Ludwig-Pat Martino Trio Young Guns (HighNote) 108 116 -8 2 30 31 2
43 52 43 Native Jazz Quartet NJQ : Stories (CAP) 103 88 +15 0 31 43 1
43 30 43 Ben Paterson Essential Elements (MaxJazz) 103 117 -14 0 26 17 9
45 37 45 Rufus Reid Quiet Pride (Motema) 101 102 -1 1 30 21 8
45 45 45 Kris Bowers Heroes + Misfits (Concord) 101 94 +7 2 29 45 2
47 65 47 L. A. 6 Frame Of Mind (Jazzed Media) 100 71 +29 0 21 30 11
48 39 48 Lalama Brothers Erie Avenue (Lalama Music) 97 98 -1 2 33 39 3
48 45 48 Bob Dorough Eulalia (Merry Lane LLC) 97 94 +3 0 31 37 8
50 39 50 Jumaane Smith I Only Have Eyes For You (J S Music) 96 98 -2 0 19 39 3

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