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JazzWeek Radio Chart: May 10, 2010

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TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 3 2 John Pizzarelli Rockin In Rhythm: A Tribute To Duke Ellington (Telarc) 211 206 +5 2 47 1 10
2 2 24 Trombone Shorty Backatown (Verve Forecast) 194 273 -79 3 60 2 4
3 1 3 Catherine Russell Inside This Heart Of Mine (World Village/Harmonia Mundi) 185 322 -137 4 54 1 6
4 27 23 John Fedchock Live At The Red Sea Jazz Festival (Capri) 181 91 +90 9 62 4 4
5 7 6 Mike LeDonne The Groover (Savant) 175 171 +4 0 47 2 11
5 5 1 Tia Fuller Decisive Steps (Mack Avenue) 175 185 -10 2 43 1 9
7 24 7 Brad Mehldau Highway Rider (Nonesuch) 163 95 +68 3 62 7 6
8 4 4 Rufus Reid Out Front (Motema) 162 191 -29 2 46 1 10
9 6 14 Tom Harrell Roman Nights (HighNote) 150 179 -29 2 52 6 5
10 14 12 Dee Dee Bridgewater Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee (Emarcy/DDB) 141 124 +17 2 37 2 9
11 19 9 Claudio Roditi Simpatico (Resonance) 140 112 +28 0 36 9 11
12 11 13 Eric Reed & Cyrus Chestnut Plenty Swing, Plenty Soul (Savant) 135 142 -7 1 48 11 5
13 9 5 Nnenna Freelon Homefree (Concord) 131 161 -30 2 41 5 3
14 8 8 Chris Tedesco Living The Dream (Angel City) 126 167 -41 2 40 8 7
15 21 One for All Incorrigible (JLP) 119 109 +10 6 49 15 2
16 18 18 Dave Holland Pathways (Dare2) 118 114 +4 0 49 16 6
17 16 10 Anat Cohen Clarinetwork Live At The Village Vanguard (Anzic) 117 118 -1 0 41 10 7
17 17 21 Ken Peplowski Noir Blue (Capri) 117 115 +2 1 36 12 9
19 10 15 Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program (Preservation Hall) 114 152 -38 0 24 10 13
20 15 28 Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Yesterday You Said Tomorrow (Concord Jazz) 109 123 -14 1 41 12 7
21 31 Hot Club Of Detroit It’s About That Time (Mack Avenue) 101 83 +18 8 32 21 2
22 24 31 Pat Metheny Orchestrion (Nonesuch) 99 95 +4 0 42 4 15
22 13 19 Sheryl Bailey A New Promise (MCG Jazz) 99 131 -32 1 23 12 12
24 26 25 John Basile No Apologies (Stringtime Jazz) 98 94 +4 1 24 13 10
25 36 29 Avery Sharpe Avery Sharpe Trio Live (JKNM) 96 70 +26 1 28 25 3
26 12 35 Ehud Asherie Modern Life (Posi-Tone) 95 140 -45 0 27 12 5
27 20 30 Jacky Terrasson Push (Concord) 94 111 -17 7 43 20 3
27 32 16 Jeremy Pelt Men Of Honor (HighNote) 94 81 +13 0 34 3 14
29 29 20 Pharez Whitted Transient Journey (Owl) 91 85 +6 3 37 20 4
30 22 37 Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Portrait In Seven Shades: Ted Nash (Jazz At Lincoln Center) 89 106 -17 5 46 22 5
31 43 47 Stanton Moore Groove Alchemy (Telarc) 88 62 +26 8 32 31 3
32 Rhoda Scott Beyond The Sea (Doodlin') 83 55 +28 5 28 32 4
33 38 31 Bobby McFerrin VOCAbuLarieS (Emarcy) 81 66 +15 8 44 31 3
34 32 41 Orrin Evans Faith In Action (Posi-Tone) 80 81 -1 0 26 16 13
35 49 34 The Stan Kenton Alumni Band Have Band Will Travel (Summit) 78 57 +21 7 30 34 3
36 44 Don Braden & Mark Rapp The Strayhorn Project (Premium Music Solutions) 77 42 +35 1 37 4 16
37 28 16 Ahmad Jamal A Quiet Time (Dreyfus) 76 86 -10 0 36 1 16
38 29 Brandon Wright Boiling Point (Posi-Tone) 74 85 -11 3 32 29 2
39 38 Alan Baylock Jazz Orchestra Eastern Standard Time (Self Released) 73 36 +37 0 22 7 39
40 35 John Stein Raising The Roof (Whaling City Sound) 69 73 -4 0 22 2 17
41 34 31 Joe Locke For The Love Of You (E1 Entertainment) 67 80 -13 0 29 3 15
42 23 27 Hadley Caliman Straight Ahead (Origin) 66 103 -37 0 21 2 15
43 40 organissimo Alive & Kickin’ (Big O) 62 65 -3 3 25 40 2
44 41 Colorado Conservatory For The Jazz Arts Fourteen Channels (Tapestry) 60 63 -3 0 9 41 2
45 Tony Allen Secret Agent (World Circuit/Nonesuch) 59 34 +25 14 28 45 1
46 47 El Movimiento The Movement (Nueva Nota) 58 43 +15 0 15 42 6
47 Carrie Wicks I’ll Get Around To It (OA2) 56 17 +39 19 32 47 1
48 Jeb Patton New Strides (MAXJAZZ) 55 24 +31 6 37 8 23
49 49 Royce Campbell All Standards And A Blues (Philology) 54 57 -3 1 26 49 2
49 36 38 Carolyn Leonhart & Wayne Escoffery Tides Of Yesterday (Savant) 54 70 -16 0 22 15 10

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