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JazzWeek Radio Chart: August 17, 2009

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1Jackie Ryan Doozy (Open Art) 266 261 +5 2 61 14
2 47 Bill Frisell Disfarmer (Nonesuch) 223 57+166 11 46 2 2
3 3 2 Christian McBride & Inside Straight Kind Of Brown (Mack Avenue)194 201 -7 1 54 1 10
3 47 Bobby Broom Bobby Broom Plays For Monk (Origin) 194 172 +22 0 483 10
5 8 5 Jon Mayer Nightscape (Reservoir) 174156 +18 6 52 5 4
6 5 4Kurt Elling Dedicated To You (Concord) 173 163 +10 1 49 19
7 2 3 Joe Locke & David Hazeltine Mutual Admiration Society 2 (Sharp Nine) 162206 -44 0 48 1 9
8 6 8The Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band I’m BeBoppin’ Too (Half Note Records) 157 162 -5 157 5 10
8 12 12 Gerald Clayton Two-Shade (Artist Share)157 134 +23 2 47 8 5
10 76 David ‘Fathead’ Newman The Blessing (HighNote) 141 157 -160 43 2 10
11 13 11 Cory Weeds Everything’s Coming Up Weeds (Cellar Live)138 130 +8 3 35 9 8
12 1019 Alvin Queen Mighty Long Way (Justin Time) 133 140 -7 5 4410 4
13 9 9 Gary Burton, Pat Metheny, Steve Swallow & Antonio Sanchez Quartet Live (Concord)131 150 -19 0 44 1 11
13 2017 Jesse Jones Jr. The So Then Collection (Self Released) 131 107 +24 1 4013 8
15 15 16 Akiko Tsuruga Oriental Express (18th & Vine)128 123 +5 2 29 15 10
16 1010 Grant Stewart Grant Stewart Plays The Music Of Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn (Sharp Nine) 115 140 -25 144 2 11
17 25 21 Jerry Bergonzi Simply Put (Savant)112 92 +20 0 37 17 5
17 1717 The Resonance Big Band The Resonance Big Band Plays Tribute To Oscar Peterson (Resonance) 112 120 -8 0 346 14
19 34 27 Jim Rotondi Blues For Brother Ray (Posi-Tone) 10679 +27 1 44 19 5
19 21 28The Peter Hand Big Band (Featuring Houston Person) The Wizard Of Jazz: A Tribute To Harold Arlen (Savant) 106 102 +4 1 33 196
21 22 26 Etienne Charles Folklore (Self Released) 105 101+4 2 37 21 6
22 23 29 Sophie Milman Take Love Easy (Koch)103 94 +9 0 40 20 9
23 38 Tamir Hendelman Playground (Swing Bros.) 101 70 +31 2 4123 2
24 18 23 Louis Hayes The Time Keeper (18th & Vine)98 110 -12 0 38 14 10
25 2731 Rick Germanson Off The Cuff (Owl) 96 87 +9 0 2915 10
26 28 21 Sean Jones The Search Within (Mack Avenue) 9186 +5 0 41 2 22
27 16 19One for All Return Of The Lineup (Sharp Nine) 87 122 -35 0 41 118
27 33 John Proulx Baker’s Dozen: Remembering Chet Baker (MAXJAZZ) 87 80+7 8 39 27 2
29 36 Frank Potenza Old, New, Borrowed, & Blue (Capri)86 76 +10 0 27 29 9
30 3738 Rod McGaha A Gentle Man (Nick-E-Music) 84 71 +13 1 2230 7
31 26 John Pattitucci Remembrance (Concord) 8190 -9 10 41 26 2
31 13 13Jack Wilkins Until It’s Time (MAXJAZZ) 81 130 -49 1 3113 8
33 45 N. Glenn Davis Come Right In (Jazzed Media) 7758 +19 2 28 33 2
33 40 Kevin Hays You’ve Got A Friend (Jazz Eyes) 77 67 +10 2 2533 9
35 28 35 Chip White More Dedications (Dark Colors) 7586 -11 0 21 20 12
36 23 14Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi (Nonesuch) 74 94 -20 0 31 217
37 31 23 Carl Allen & Rodney Whitaker Work To Do (Mack Avenue) 7183 -12 0 34 5 16
38 42 29Grant Geissman Cool Man Cool (Futurism Records) 70 65 +5 1 21 916
39 Laurence Hobgood When The Heart Dances (Naim) 67 40 +2718 34 39 1
39 37 Lynne Arriale Nuance: The Bennett Studio Sessions (Motema)67 51 +16 1 25 16 15
41 Joshua Redman Compass (Nonesuch) 66 37 +29 0 3512 28
41 Terence Blanchard Choices (Concord) 66 10+56 23 27 41 1
43 30 48 Melissa Morgan Until I Met You (Telarc)64 84 -20 0 25 11 17
44 3125 Greta Matassa I Wanna Be Loved (Resonance) 63 83 -20 2 3419 5
44 19 14 Helio Alves It’s Clear (Reservoir)63 109 -46 0 23 8 13
46 4444 Rob Thorsen Lasting Impression (Pacific Coast Jazz) 62 60 +2 2 2012 14
47 42 44 Cynthia Scott Dream For One Bright World (Ttocs) 6165 -4 0 24 33 7
48 Stefon Harris & Blackout Urbanus (Concord)60 +60 24 25 48 1
48 49Dave Glenn National Pastime (Origin) 60 54 +6 0 16 483
50 Bill Easley Hearing Voices (18th & Vine) 59 +5922 22 50 1

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