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JazzWeek Radio Chart: May 31, 2010

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TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 21 10 Mike LeDonne The Groover (Savant) 178 103 +75 3 56 1 14
2 24 Dr. Lonnie Smith Spiral (Palmetto) 169 102 +67 15 52 2 2
3 5 2 John Pizzarelli Rockin In Rhythm: A Tribute To Duke Ellington (Telarc) 163 170 -7 1 42 1 13
4 1 21 One for All Incorrigible (JLP) 159 183 -24 2 50 1 5
5 11 7 Joe Chambers Horace To Max (Savant) 156 152 +4 7 49 5 3
6 10 1 Tom Harrell Roman Nights (HighNote) 149 155 -6 0 46 1 8
7 2 13 Nnenna Freelon Homefree (Concord) 144 181 -37 0 46 2 6
8 9 3 Catherine Russell Inside This Heart Of Mine (World Village/Harmonia Mundi) 139 158 -19 0 48 1 9
8 16 Ray Vega & Thomas Marriott East-West Trumpet Summit (Origin) 139 120 +19 11 43 8 2
10 6 16 Trombone Shorty Backatown (Verve Forecast) 136 169 -33 3 52 2 7
11 20 10 Eric Reed & Cyrus Chestnut Plenty Swing, Plenty Soul (Savant) 135 109 +26 2 48 10 8
12 26 14 Jacky Terrasson Push (Concord) 127 96 +31 7 61 12 6
12 19 12 Dave Holland Pathways (Dare2) 127 110 +17 3 55 12 9
14 11 7 Tia Fuller Decisive Steps (Mack Avenue) 125 152 -27 0 42 1 12
15 42 44 Paul Meyers Paul Meyers Quartet Featuring Frank Wess (Miles High) 121 65 +56 2 49 14 15
16 4 Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden Jasmine (ECM) 119 177 -58 10 42 4 2
17 7 16 Pharez Whitted Transient Journey (Owl) 115 167 -52 0 34 7 7
18 34 26 Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Yesterday You Said Tomorrow (Concord Jazz) 113 83 +30 1 47 12 10
19 18 4 Dee Dee Bridgewater Eleanora Fagan (1915-1959): To Billie With Love From Dee Dee (Emarcy/DDB) 112 111 +1 0 39 2 12
20 3 18 Anat Cohen Clarinetwork Live At The Village Vanguard (Anzic) 109 178 -69 1 36 3 10
21 8 21 John Fedchock Live At The Red Sea Jazz Festival (Capri) 108 166 -58 0 43 4 7
22 29 25 Wallace Roney If Only For One Night (HighNote) 107 92 +15 6 41 22 3
23 31 5 Brad Mehldau Highway Rider (Nonesuch) 100 91 +9 0 38 5 9
24 21 26 Ken Peplowski Noir Blue (Capri) 98 103 -5 0 32 12 12
25 33 37 Brandon Wright Boiling Point (Posi-Tone) 94 89 +5 4 33 25 5
26 25 Arturo Sandoval Time For Love (Concord) 93 100 -7 6 39 25 2
26 13 6 Rufus Reid Out Front (Motema) 93 144 -51 0 28 1 13
28 28 15 Chris Tedesco Living The Dream (Angel City) 90 93 -3 0 23 8 10
28 17 20 Claudio Roditi Simpatico (Resonance) 90 113 -23 1 23 9 14
30 34 23 Hot Club Of Detroit It’s About That Time (Mack Avenue) 89 83 +6 3 30 21 5
31 Lionel Loueke Mwaliko (Blue Note) 87 17 +70 0 48 3 16
32 31 19 Avery Sharpe Avery Sharpe Trio Live (JKNM) 86 91 -5 0 34 19 6
33 29 30 Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation: An Album To Benefit Preservation Hall & The Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program (Preservation Hall) 85 92 -7 0 20 10 16
34 Paul Carr Straight Ahead Soul (PCJ) 79 25 +54 21 30 34 1
34 21 24 Ehud Asherie Modern Life (Posi-Tone) 79 103 -24 0 20 12 8
36 Michael Treni Turnaround (Bell Productions) 78 31 +47 15 40 36 1
36 37 33 Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Portrait In Seven Shades: Ted Nash (Jazz At Lincoln Center) 78 73 +5 1 27 22 8
38 Ben Allison Think Free (Palmetto) 76 +76 0 40 14 21
39 43 49 Rhoda Scott Beyond The Sea (Doodlin') 73 64 +9 2 23 32 7
40 44 Marian Petrescu Thrivin Live At The Jazz Standard (Resonance) 71 63 +8 5 30 40 2
41 Mike Longo Sting Like A Bee (CAP) 70 27 +43 0 28 3 31
42 Kenia Kenia Celebrates Dorival Caymmi (Mooka) 69 53 +16 6 36 42 1
43 15 44 Andreas Oberg Six String Evolution (Resonance) 64 125 -61 5 28 15 3
43 46 Corey Christiansen Outlaw Tractor (Origin) 64 62 +2 12 27 43 2
43 37 John Stein Raising The Roof (Whaling City Sound) 64 52 +12 0 21 2 20
46 34 Pat Metheny Orchestrion (Nonesuch) 63 52 +11 1 34 4 18
46 41 26 Carrie Wicks I’ll Get Around To It (OA2) 63 66 -3 4 32 26 4
46 37 40 Bobby McFerrin VOCAbuLarieS (Emarcy) 63 73 -10 0 32 31 6
46 39 31 Ahmad Jamal A Quiet Time (Dreyfus) 63 70 -7 1 25 1 19
50 47 46 Colorado Conservatory For The Jazz Arts Fourteen Channels (Tapestry) 61 61 0 2 9 41 5

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