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JazzWeek Radio Chart: July 25, 2011

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TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 2 1 Gerald Wilson Orchestra Legacy (Mack Avenue) 177 235 -58 0 50 1 6
2 1 3 Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke, Lenny White Forever (Concord) 176 261 -85 0 53 1 9
3 5 5 The New Gary Burton Quartet Common Ground (Mack Avenue) 172 169 +3 0 49 3 9
4 7 14 Stefon Harris, David Sanchez, Christian Scott Ninety Miles (Concord Picante) 170 150 +20 0 51 4 7
5 12 48 Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express Live (Motema) 160 130 +30 2 54 5 3
6 21 Dave Valentin Pure Imagination (HighNote) 154 110 +44 1 45 6 2
7 6 2 Benny Green Source (JLP) 147 167 -20 0 41 1 11
8 11 16 Sachal Vasandani Hi-Fly (Mack Avenue) 142 133 +9 0 36 1 6
9 26 25 Judy Wexler Under A Painted Sky (Jazzed Media) 139 94 +45 1 45 9 6
10 12 4 Eliane Elias Light My Fire (Concord Picante) 135 130 +5 0 48 4 9
11 14 10 Tom Harrell The Time Of The Sun (HighNote) 132 127 +5 1 45 6 6
12 4 44 Terri Lyne Carrington The Mosaic Project (Concord) 129 172 -43 1 37 4 3
13 8 8 Eric Alexander Don't Follow The Crowd (HighNote) 125 146 -21 0 33 1 10
14 9 6 Sean Jones No Need For Words (Mack Avenue) 124 145 -21 0 42 6 11
15 16 26 Ben Williams State Of Art (Concord Jazz) 119 117 +2 0 43 15 6
16 19 9 Gerald Clayton Bond: The Paris Sessions (Emarcy) 118 113 +5 0 39 9 5
17 18 19 Pat Metheny What's It All About (Nonesuch) 114 114 0 0 40 8 6
18 34 Jay Ashby & Steve Davis Mistaken Identity (MCG Jazz) 113 83 +30 0 47 18 2
19 30 17 H2 Big Band You're It! (Jazzed Media) 112 85 +27 0 40 17 5
20 22 27 Nilson Matta & Roni Ben-Hur Mojave: Jazz Therapy Series 3 (Motema) 102 108 -6 0 26 18 11
21 19 15 Karrin Allyson Round Midnight (Concord Jazz) 101 113 -12 0 38 5 13
21 24 12 Rufus Reid Hues Of A Different Blue (Motema) 101 97 +4 0 31 9 10
21 16 11 Alphonse Mouzon Angel Face (Tenacious) 101 117 -16 0 31 11 9
24 28 43 Hiromi Voice (Telarc) 100 90 +10 0 31 24 7
25 34 22 Gretchen Parlato The Lost And Found (Obliqsound) 96 83 +13 0 32 1 14
26 Etienne Charles Kaiso (Culture Shock) 92 53 +39 2 35 26 1
27 23 13 Bela Fleck & The Flecktones Rocket Science (eOne) 89 101 -12 0 35 13 10
28 Trombone Shorty Backatown (Verve Forecast) 88 40 +48 0 46 2 67
29 37 39 Jim Snidero Interface (Savant) 83 80 +3 0 26 23 5
30 10 30 Jose Rizo Mongorama (Saungu) 82 135 -53 0 43 10 5
31 27 31 Terell Stafford This Side Of Strayhorn (Max Jazz) 81 91 -10 0 34 1 15
32 37 36 Randy Brecker With Danish Radio Big Band The Jazz Ballad Song Book (Red Dot / Half Note) 80 80 0 0 32 32 3
32 30 32 Bryan Carter Enchantment (Imaginate) 80 85 -5 0 21 20 7
34 29 28 Etta Jones & Houston Person The Way We Were (HighNote) 79 88 -9 0 27 8 10
34 50 Michael Franks Time Together (Shanachie) 79 61 +18 0 17 34 2
36 48 Les Doigts De L'Homme 1910 (Alma) 78 64 +14 0 20 36 2
37 42 41 Phil Woods & Bill Mays Woods & Mays (Palmetto) 73 71 +2 0 36 37 3
37 45 Skip Wilkins I Concentrate On You (Dreambox Media) 73 68 +5 0 17 37 2
39 24 18 Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band That's How We Roll (Telarc) 72 97 -25 0 25 4 12
40 30 20 Freddie Hubbard Pinnacle Live & Unreleased: From Keystone Korner (Resonance) 71 85 -14 0 24 12 8
41 36 38 Monty Alexander Uplift (JLP) 70 81 -11 0 24 1 19
41 The Headhunters Platinum (Owl Studios) 70 40 +30 0 21 41 1
43 15 Rick Stone Fractals (Jazzand) 66 118 -52 1 26 15 2
44 Kurt Elling The Gate (Concord Jazz) 65 42 +23 0 31 1 24
44 Chuck Redd The Common Thread (Arbors) 65 25 +40 1 24 44 1
46 39 40 Steven Kroon Without A Doubt (Kroonatune) 64 75 -11 0 30 39 3
47 46 Silvano Monasterios Unconditional (Savant) 63 66 -3 1 26 46 2
47 30 33 Sheryl Bailey 4 For All Those Living (Pure / Withanese) 63 85 -22 0 21 8 12
49 Dr. Michael White Adventures In New Orleans Jazz Pt. 1 (Basin Street) 62 60 +2 0 26 39 4
49 Terrence Brewer Setting The Standard (Strong Brew) 62 50 +12 0 25 13 13

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