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JazzWeek Radio Chart: February 15, 2010

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 3 2Ahmad Jamal A Quiet Time (Dreyfus) 257 221 +36 6 581 4
2 1 1 Steve Hobbs Vibes, Straight Up (Challenge) 247246 +1 1 55 1 6
3 8 7John Stein Raising The Roof (Whaling City Sound) 182 134 +48 5 50 25
4 9 16 Don Braden & Mark Rapp The Strayhorn Project (Premium Music Solutions) 170130 +40 9 48 4 4
5 4 4Joe Locke For The Love Of You (E1 Entertainment) 159 158 +1 6 50 43
6 2 Gil Scott-Heron I’m New Here (XL) 152 223-71 10 44 2 2
7 7 5 Gail Pettis Here In The Moment (OA2 Records)151 144 +7 6 51 5 4
8 69 Pat Metheny Orchestrion (Nonesuch) 144 150 -6 5 466 3
9 47 Jeremy Pelt Men Of Honor (HighNote) 14264 +78 26 49 9 2
10 13 11Roni Ben-Hur Fortuna (Motema) 138 116 +22 3 36 214
11 16 28 Houston Person Mellow (HighNote) 131 108+23 0 30 2 17
12 11 12 Hadley Caliman Straight Ahead (Origin)126 121 +5 6 41 11 3
13 2517 Graham Dechter Right On Time (Capri) 121 88 +33 0 3611 20
14 5 10 Bill Mays Mays At The Movies (SteepleChase) 120151 -31 0 34 5 11
15 19 8Gerald Wilson Detroit (Mack Avenue) 111 105 +6 0 26 121
16 Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program (Preservation Hall) 110 +110 41 43 16 1
17 13 13 Jeb Patton New Strides (MAXJAZZ)106 116 -10 2 24 8 11
18 2423 Gene Harris Another Night In London (Resonance) 104 90 +14 9 3618 3
19 26 24 Matt Slocum Portraits (Chandra) 10187 +14 9 36 19 5
20 21 27Abdullah Ibrahim Bombella (Sunnyside) 100 93 +7 3 34 205
21 16 18 Steve Davis Eloquence (Jazz Legacy) 99 108-9 0 25 7 21
22 50 John Beasley Positootly (Resonance)96 38 +58 1 44 13 26
23 2233 Bill Easley Hearing Voices (18th & Vine) 95 92 +3 020 9 27
24 22 30 Tineke Postma The Traveller (etceteraNOW)91 92 -1 4 39 22 3
24 1022 Dana Hall Into The Light (Origin) 91 128 -37 2 308 14
24 11 19 Wayne Escoffery Uptown (Posi-Tone) 91121 -30 0 22 11 12
27 42 15Roberta Gambarini So In Love (Emarcy) 88 69 +19 0 35 325
28 Holly Hofmann & Bill Cunliffe Three’s Company (Capri) 8543 +42 21 41 28 1
28 26 25Joey DeFrancesco Snapshot (HighNote) 85 87 -2 0 30 117
28 30 Saltman/Knowles Quintet Yesterday’s Man (Pacific Coast Jazz) 85 61+24 2 24 28 3
31 29 6 Poncho Sanchez Psychedelic Blues (Concord)84 85 -1 0 29 1 21
31 Orrin Evans Faith In Action (Posi-Tone) 84 +84 24 26 311
33 33 Lionel Loueke Mwaliko (Blue Note) 83 76+7 19 50 33 2
33 Whitney James The Nature Of Love (Stir Stick/Damselfly)83 57 +26 9 37 33 4
35 Miguel Zenon Esta Plena (Marsalis Music) 79 30 +49 4 3135 10
36 49 Annie Sellick Street Of Dreams (Chalice) 7858 +20 7 31 36 3
37 43 Hiromi Place To Be (Telarc) 75 67 +8 6 32 372
37 Antonio Ciacca Lagos Blues (Motema) 75 60 +155 29 37 1
37 Ron Horton It’s A Gadget World (Abeat)75 49 +26 5 21 37 1
40 33 Roberto Fonseca Akokan (Enja/Justin Time) 74 76 -2 14 3733 2
40 30 Sumi Tonooka & Erica Lindsay Initiation (ARC)74 79 -5 2 20 30 5
42 1821 Oliver Jones & Hank Jones Pleased To Meet You (Justin Time) 73 107 -34 121 4 14
43 36 28 Karen Marguth Karen Marguth (Wayfae)70 75 -5 1 21 26 5
44 3936 Tobias Gebb & Unit 7 Free At Last (Yummyhouse) 69 70 -1 934 36 3
44 45 Josh Rzepka Midwest Coast (Self Released)69 61 +8 4 22 44 3
44 3942 Jeremy Davenport We’ll Dance ‘Til Dawn (Basin Street) 69 70 -1 015 37 7
47 Sean Jones The Search Within (Mack Avenue) 6820 +48 2 40 2 48
48 39Sharel Cassity Relentless (Jazz Legacy) 65 56 +9 0 28 2119
49 Frank Vignola 100 Years Of Django (Azica) 64 +6424 32 49 1
49 33 30 Jake Langley Here And Now (Tonepoet)64 76 -12 1 31 16 10

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