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JazzWeek Radio Chart: May 12, 2008

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1Bobby Watson From The Heart (Palmetto) 215 240 -25 2 55 18
2 13 6 Caribbean Jazz Project Afro Bop Alliance (Heads Up) 182 132+50 2 61 2 10
3 2 4 Dianne Reeves When You Know (Blue Note)171 203 -32 3 55 2 5
4 341 Scott Hamilton Across The Tracks (Concord) 170 175 -5 9 503 3
5 4 30 Taylor Eigsti Let It Come To You (Concord) 168164 +4 5 46 4 3
6 Robert Walter Cure All (Palmetto)159 27 +132 32 55 6 1
7 1127 Wayne Escoffery Hopes And Dreams (Savant) 142 134 +8 5 417 3
8 9 3 Karrin Allyson Imagina: Songs Of Brasil (Concord) 141136 +5 1 49 3 9
9 6 Nicholas Payton Into The Blue (Nonesuch) 137 153 -16 7 48 62
10 7 5 Pat Metheny Day Trip (Nonesuch) 128 150-22 0 58 1 15
11 22 22 John Beasley Letter To Herbie (Resonance)127 107 +20 2 47 11 4
12 188 Eric Alexander Prime Time (HighNote) 120 116 +4 1 378 8
13 16 39 Bill O’Connell Triple Play (Savant)115 120 -5 7 42 13 3
13 57 Maceo Parker Roots & Grooves (Heads Up) 115 154 -39 036 2 15
15 17 12 Irvin Mayfield & Ellis Marsalis Love Songs, Ballads And Standards (Basin Street)114 119 -5 0 47 7 8
16 129 David ‘Fathead’ Newman Diamondhead (HighNote) 112 133 -211 45 2 14
16 10 2 Tom Scott Cannon Re-Loaded: All-Star Celebration Of Cannonball Adderley (Concord)112 135 -23 0 34 2 13
18 4411 Victor Wooten Palmystery (Heads Up) 110 75 +35 1 3411 10
19 23 17 Vince Seneri The Prince’s Groove (Prince V)108 103 +5 2 28 16 9
20 20 The Brubeck Brothers Classified (Koch) 107 111 -4 8 3920 2
21 33 30 Avery Sharpe Legends & Mentors (JKNM)102 84 +18 4 39 21 6
22 814 Stanley Jordan State Of Nature (Mack Avenue) 101 138 -37 3 406 5
23 14 15 Judy Wexler Dreams & Shadows (Jazzed Media)100 122 -22 0 38 2 8
24 1822 Gene Harris Live In London (Resonance) 99 116 -17 2 3618 4
25 36 34 Peter Malinverni Invisible Cities (Reservoir) 9882 +16 0 33 20 8
26 33 21Mary Lou Williams A Grand Night For Swinging (HighNote) 97 84 +13 1 28 218
27 26 10 David Finck Future Day (Soundbrush Records) 96 102-6 0 28 4 12
28 15 28 Louie Bellson & Clark Terry Louie & Clark Expedition 2 (Percussion Power)95 121 -26 2 34 9 5
29 3016 Marian McPartland Twilight World (Concord) 92 90 +2 0 348 10
30 32 20 Diane Schuur Some Other Time (Concord) 9186 +5 0 25 13 11
31 21 19George Cables Morning Song (HighNote) 90 109 -19 0 29 158
32 31 26 Brad Mehldau Live (Nonesuch) 89 890 0 43 26 6
32 40 39 Connie Evingson & Dave Frishberg Little Did I Dream (Minnehaha Music)89 79 +10 0 32 20 8
34 3334 Lionel Loueke Karibu (Blue Note) 88 84 +4 0 3813 7
35 Alan Baylock Jazz Orchestra Eastern Standard Time (Self Released) 87 +87 30 30 35 1
36 42 41 Trio Da Paz & Joe Locke Live At JazzBaltica (MAXJAZZ)85 77 +8 1 32 36 4
37 2313 Paul Carr Musically Yours (PCJ Music) 84 103 -19 1 259 10
38 43 30 Jack Sheldon It’s What I Do (Butterfly Records)81 76 +5 0 28 16 12
39 2925 Lorraine Feather Language (Jazzed Media) 80 94 -14 1 3625 5
39 27 Sumi Tonooka Long Ago Today (ARC) 8098 -18 0 36 27 6
39 36 17Piers Lawrence Quartet Stolen Moments (JazzNet Media) 80 82 -2 3 32 1710
42 36 33 Virginia Mayhew A Simple Thank You (Renma) 78 82-4 2 30 27 9
42 50 Arturo O’Farrill & The Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra Song For Chico (Zoho Music)78 63 +15 1 27 42 5
44 2824 Luther Hughes & The Cannonball-Coltrane Project Spectacular! (Primrose Lane) 74 96 -22 127 11 10
45 41 Jim Rotondi Four Of A Kind (Positone)72 61 +11 0 24 4 16
46 45 Eliane Elias Something For You: Eliane Elias Sings & Plays Bill Evans (Blue Note) 71 72 -1 035 1 18
46 39 44 Gust Spenos Swing Theory (Swing Theory)71 80 -9 3 24 39 6
48 Fahir Atakoglu Istanbul In Blue (Far & Here) 69 21 +48 4 4039 4
49 46 Chick Corea & Gary Burton The New Crystal Silence (Concord)67 60 +7 0 34 7 14
49 Esperanza Spalding Esperanza (Heads Up) 67 +67 25 26 491

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