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JazzWeek Radio Chart: November 10, 2008

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 2Javon Jackson Once Upon A Melody (Palmetto) 271 233 +38 3 60 16
2 4 5 Dave Holland Pass It On (Dare2/EmArcy) 256 184+72 10 73 2 7
3 2 1 McCoy Tyner Guitars (McCoy Tyner Music)224 206 +18 0 62 1 8
4 65 Roy Hargrove Earfood (Emarcy) 212 174 +38 0 671 17
5 5 9 Bill Cunliffe The Blues And The Abstract Truth (Resonance) 195183 +12 6 59 5 3
6 3 4Joey DeFrancesco Joey D! (HighNote) 194 187 +7 4 56 35
7 7 8 Joe Locke Force of Four (Origin) 183 149+34 0 49 5 10
8 11 7 Mike LeDonne FiveLive (Savant)164 138 +26 0 39 2 11
9 911 Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band Act Your Age (Immergent) 150 144 +6 747 8 7
10 21 Will Bernard Blue Plate Special (Palmetto)144 44 +100 6 49 6 5
11 1015 Joe Magnarelli Persistence (Reservoir) 137 143 -6 0 459 11
12 42 12 Aaron Parks Invisible Cinema (Blue Note) 13272 +60 0 54 3 12
13 12 13John Pizzarelli With A Song In My Heart (Telarc) 127 135 -8 1 36 1111
14 20 31 Amina Figarova Above The Clouds (Munich Records) 125 105+20 6 47 14 3
15 22 19 John Hicks Legacy Band Mind Wine: The Music Of John Hicks (Savant)122 99 +23 2 35 12 9
16 123 David Sanborn Here And Gone (Decca) 120 135 -15 0 422 15
17 17 18 Bob Mintzer Big Band Swing Out (MCG Jazz) 117110 +7 0 39 1 12
18 26 22Patricia Barber The Cole Porter Mix (Blue Note) 111 94 +17 5 54 188
19 15 29 Houston Person The Art & Soul Of Houston Person (HighNote) 109122 -13 1 50 15 4
19 23 20Bill Heid Asian Persuasion (Doodlin') 109 98 +11 2 41 157
19 16 Natalie Cole Still Unforgettable (DMI/Atco) 109 112-3 1 30 16 2
22 17 14 Anat Cohen Notes From The Village (Anzic Records)107 110 -3 0 36 14 9
23 21 Sonny Rollins Road Shows, Vol. 1 (Doxy/Emarcy) 105 103 +2 7 4121 2
24 46 Phil Norman ‘Totally’ Live At Catalina Jazz Club (MAMA)100 65 +35 0 41 24 9
25 1410 Take 6 The Standard (Heads Up) 99 128 -29 0 306 9
26 8 38 Sherrie Maricle & The Diva Jazz Orchestra Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola (Diva Jazz Orchestra)93 146 -53 1 39 8 6
26 2924 Cassandra Wilson Loverly (Blue Note) 93 87 +6 2 371 22
28 31 30 Harvie S Now Was The Time (Savant) 9283 +9 0 35 17 8
29 34 39The Stryker/Slagle Band The Scene (Zoho Music) 91 80 +11 3 40 294
30 Russ Mullen & The Jazz Associates Metro Mile (Rhombus) 90 +90 1 46 23 9
31 29 49 Antonio Ciacca Rush Life (Motema)88 87 +1 2 27 29 3
32 3634 Joe Lovano Symphonica (Blue Note) 85 77 +8 2 386 10
32 24 26 Danilo Perez Across The Crystal Sea (Decca) 8597 -12 0 26 8 10
34 41 25Kenny Barron The Traveler (Sunnyside) 84 73 +11 0 37 914
34 45 Steve Turre Rainbow People (HighNote) 84 50+34 0 34 1 25
36 Steve Davis Outlook (Positone)83 51 +32 7 26 36 1
37 3941 Kenny Garrett Sketches Of MD: Live At The Iridium (Mack Avenue) 81 76 +5 1 2825 7
38 40 17 Denise Donatelli What Lies Within (Savant) 8075 +5 0 38 11 11
39 The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra Monday Night Live At The Village Vanguard (Planet Arts)77 37 +40 6 31 9 19
40 Madeline Eastman Can You Hear Me Now? (Mad-Kat) 76 49 +27 0 2838 10
41 Gene Bertoncini & Roni Ben-Hur Jazz Therapy: Volume 1 (Motema) 74 +74 32 43 41 1
42 47 39Frank Derrick The Beat Goes On (Jazzed Media) 73 64 +9 0 36 168
42 36 31 Boz Scaggs Speak Low (Decca) 73 77-4 2 30 31 3
42 Kate Reid Sentimental Mood (Self Released)73 17 +56 2 21 42 1
45 3526 Organissimo Groovadelphia (Big “O" Records) 68 78 -10 1 2722 11
46 24 16 Ted Nash The Mancini Project (Palmetto) 6797 -30 1 25 5 13
47 Christian Jacob Live In Japan (WilderJazz)65 +65 27 33 47 1
47 4448 Dena DeRose Live at Jazz Standard: Vol. 2 (MAXJAZZ) 65 70 -5 6 3344 3
47 James Carter Present Tense (Emarcy) 65 56+9 0 21 1 25
50 19 Mr. B Joybox: Piano Blues & Boogie (Megawave)64 106 -42 0 31 19 8

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