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JazzWeek Radio Chart: August 22, 2011

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TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 27 Giacomo Gates Revolution Will Be Jazz: The Songs Of Gil Scott-Heron (Savant) 240 84 +156 3 62 1 2
2 12 2 Jay Ashby & Steve Davis Mistaken Identity (MCG Jazz) 201 131 +70 0 57 2 6
3 6 25 Deep Blue Organ Trio Wonderful! (Origin) 187 146 +41 1 61 3 3
4 1 1 Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express Live (Motema) 185 227 -42 0 52 1 7
5 26 Warren Wolf Warren Wolf (Mack Avenue) 181 87 +94 4 49 5 2
6 5 5 Dave Valentin Pure Imagination (HighNote) 177 150 +27 0 51 5 6
7 Larry Vuckovich Somethin' Special (Tetrachord) 172 48 +124 4 50 7 1
8 9 14 Ben Williams State Of Art (Concord Jazz) 169 137 +32 0 56 1 10
9 50 Cedar Walton The Bouncer (HighNote) 167 58 +109 3 52 9 2
10 4 6 Stefon Harris, David Sanchez, Christian Scott Ninety Miles (Concord Picante) 163 170 -7 0 53 4 11
11 11 10 H2 Big Band You're It! (Jazzed Media) 159 132 +27 0 45 10 9
12 2 4 Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Lenny White Forever (Concord) 155 186 -31 0 47 1 13
13 Westchester Jazz Orchestra Maiden Voyage Suite (WJO) 146 24 +122 3 41 13 1
14 3 3 The New Gary Burton Quartet Common Ground (Mack Avenue) 145 175 -30 0 42 3 13
15 8 12 Rick Stone Fractals (Jazzand) 142 139 +3 0 43 8 6
16 10 6 Terri Lyne Carrington The Mosaic Project (Concord) 139 134 +5 0 44 4 7
17 Sam Yahel From Sun To Sun (Origin) 133 37 +96 0 55 17 1
18 7 9 Gerald Wilson Orchestra Legacy (Mack Avenue) 129 144 -15 0 37 1 10
19 13 18 Sachal Vasandani Hi-Fly (Mack Avenue) 119 124 -5 0 36 1 10
20 13 22 Etienne Charles Kaiso (Culture Shock) 113 124 -11 0 42 13 5
21 25 32 Phil Woods & Bill Mays Woods & Mays (Palmetto) 111 89 +22 0 45 21 7
22 31 Chuck Loeb Plain N' Simple () 105 76 +29 1 34 22 2
23 47 45 Bela Fleck & The Flecktones Rocket Science (eOne) 103 62 +41 0 45 13 14
24 13 8 Tom Harrell The Time Of The Sun (HighNote) 100 124 -24 0 40 6 10
25 29 16 Alphonse Mouzon Angel Face (Tenacious) 99 82 +17 0 32 11 13
26 49 Mike Cottone Just Remember (Self-Released) 98 60 +38 2 23 26 2
27 23 29 Jose Rizo Mongorama (Saungu) 97 91 +6 0 40 10 9
27 19 13 Sean Jones No Need For Words (Mack Avenue) 97 106 -9 0 33 6 15
29 16 14 Judy Wexler Under A Painted Sky (Jazzed Media) 95 122 -27 0 41 9 10
30 24 20 Pat Metheny What's It All About (Nonesuch) 91 90 +1 0 33 8 10
31 17 11 Gerald Clayton Bond: The Paris Sessions (Emarcy) 88 114 -26 0 30 9 9
31 32 21 Hiromi Voice (Telarc) 88 75 +13 0 26 19 11
33 21 26 Eliane Elias Light My Fire (Concord Picante) 86 97 -11 0 33 4 13
33 20 39 Chuck Redd The Common Thread (Arbors) 86 98 -12 0 31 20 5
35 36 36 Orrin Evans Freedom (Posi-Tone) 78 73 +5 0 34 35 3
36 27 23 Randy Brecker With Danish Radio Big Band The Jazz Ballad Song Book (Red Dot / Half Note) 77 84 -7 0 30 23 7
37 36 Sir Roland Hanna Colors From A Giant\'s Kit (IPO) 76 73 +3 2 29 36 2
38 50 30 Dr. Michael White Adventures In New Orleans Jazz Pt. 1 (Basin Street) 75 58 +17 0 28 26 8
39 49 JC Stylles Exhilaration & Other States (Motema) 72 48 +24 2 24 39 3
40 32 40 Silvano Monasterios Unconditional (Savant) 71 75 -4 0 29 32 6
41 42 32 Steven Kroon Without A Doubt (Kroonatune) 69 66 +3 0 28 24 7
42 26 Gretchen Parlato The Lost And Found (Obliqsound) 67 45 +22 0 23 1 18
43 38 17 Eric Alexander Don't Follow The Crowd (HighNote) 66 72 -6 0 28 1 14
44 30 50 Mark Winkler Sweet Spot (Cafe Pacific) 65 77 -12 0 32 30 3
45 17 19 Benny Green Source (JLP) 64 114 -50 0 26 1 15
46 40 35 Bryan Carter Enchantment (Imaginate) 62 67 -5 0 18 20 11
47 34 45 Etta Jones & Houston Person The Way We Were (HighNote) 60 74 -14 0 19 8 14
47 22 31 Art Hirahara Noble Path (Posi-Tone) 60 94 -34 1 16 22 7
49 48 Dominick Farinacci Dawn Of Goodbye (eOne) 58 51 +7 0 31 48 3
49 Aimee Allen Winters & Mays (Azuline) 58 50 +8 0 22 49 1

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