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JazzWeek Radio Chart: November 2, 2009

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 12 Joey DeFrancesco Snapshot (HighNote) 229 126 +103 18 64 12
2 2 2 Poncho Sanchez Psychedelic Blues (Concord) 224 207+17 2 59 2 6
3 5 6 Jeff Hamilton Symbiosis (Capri)223 175 +48 1 50 3 5
4 11 Roy Hargrove Emergence (Emarcy) 203 261 -58 0 491 11
5 3 3 Gerald Wilson Detroit (Mack Avenue) 188192 -4 4 57 3 6
6 4 4Eric Alexander Revival Of The Fittest (HighNote) 171 185 -14 2 51 45
7 8 11 Cedar Walton Voices Deep Within (HighNote) 162 147+15 2 54 6 5
8 6 7 James Moody 4A (IPO Recordings)144 163 -19 1 50 4 10
9 137 Jackie Ryan Doozy (Open Art) 142 121 +21 0 521 15
10 16 26 Rodney Jones A Thousand Small Things (18th & Vine)135 114 +21 2 41 6 8
11 910 Heath Brothers Endurance (Jazz Legacy) 130 145 -15 1 484 10
12 21 Houston Person Mellow (HighNote) 12498 +26 15 47 12 2
13 Mike Longo Sting Like A Bee (CAP)121 41 +80 27 40 13 1
14 Ben Allison Think Free (Palmetto) 120 61 +59 16 5314 1
15 11 9 Roberta Gambarini So In Love (Emarcy) 117129 -12 2 48 3 10
15 14 16Robert Glasper Double Booked (Blue Note) 117 118 -1 1 42 511
17 19 13 Steve Davis Eloquence (Jazz Legacy) 110 108+2 2 46 13 6
18 Angela Hagenbach The Way They Make Me Feel (Resonance)108 59 +49 15 43 18 1
19 1012 The Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet Bien Bien (Patois Records) 106 142 -36 0 505 7
20 31 5 Ramsey Lewis Songs From The Heart: Ramsey Plays Ramsey (Concord) 10376 +27 4 40 5 5
20 15 14Christian McBride & Inside Straight Kind Of Brown (Mack Avenue) 103 116 -13 0 271 21
22 24 20 Eldar Virtue (Sony) 10089 +11 2 31 11 10
23 16 25Graham Dechter Right On Time (Capri) 99 114 -15 1 38 165
24 18 22 The Charlie Shoemake/Terry Trotter Quartets Inside (Chase Music Group) 94 111-17 0 33 18 9
25 23 21 John Beasley Positootly (Resonance)89 90 -1 1 30 15 11
26 31 Jared Gold Supersonic (Posi-Tone) 88 37 +51 8 4726 3
27 31 16 Tamir Hendelman Playground (Swing Bros.) 8776 +11 0 36 3 13
27 30 38Count Basie Swinging, Singing, Playing (Mack Avenue) 87 79 +8 4 28 2311
29 20 41 Stefon Harris & Blackout Urbanus (Concord) 86104 -18 0 37 17 12
29 36 34Reuben Wilson Azure Te (18th & Vine) 86 72 +14 3 3226 11
31 28 27 Joshua Breakstone No One New (Capri) 8585 0 1 26 13 8
32 38Sachal Vasandani We Move (Mack Avenue) 84 62 +22 3 32 323
33 George Colligan Come Together (Sunnyside) 81 57 +242 31 33 1
34 27 24 Gerald Clayton Two-Shade (Artist Share)80 86 -6 0 23 6 16
35 31 Mark Isham & Kate Ceberano Bittersweet (Earle-Tones) 79 76 +3 230 31 2
36 46 31 Bill Easley Hearing Voices (18th & Vine)78 67 +11 3 20 9 12
37 3516 Cecil Brooks III Hot D.O.G. (Savant) 77 74 +3 1 2216 8
37 Diane Hubka I Like It Here/Live In Tokyo (SSJ) 77 42+35 0 10 37 1
39 36 28 Freddy Cole The Dreamer In Me (HighNote)76 72 +4 3 29 12 11
39 2623 The Godfathers Of Groove 3 (18th & Vine) 76 88 -12 225 23 8
39 22 Curtis Stigers Lost In Dreams (Concord)76 91 -15 0 25 22 2
39 Brian Bromberg It Is What It Is (Artistry) 76 61 +15 0 2239 6
43 40 42 Sharel Cassity Relentless (Jazz Legacy) 7471 +3 2 40 40 4
44 31The Bob Florence Limited Edition Legendary (MAMA) 73 56 +17 0 35 1510
44 James Carter & John Medeski Heaven On Earth: Live At The Blue Note (Half Note Records) 73 59+14 1 30 44 1
46 36 30 Jim Snidero Crossfire (Savant)72 72 0 0 27 21 7
46 4916 Melissa Morgan Until I Met You (Telarc) 72 64 +8 0 2411 28
48 29 38 Mark Levine Off & On (Left Coast Clave)71 83 -12 1 36 29 10
48 Amanda Monaco I Think I’ll Keep You (Late Set) 71 +71 33 3548 1
48 50 36 Bobby Broom Bobby Broom Plays For Monk (Origin) 7163 +8 0 30 2 21

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