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JazzWeek Radio Chart: November 27, 2006

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1Diana Krall From This Moment On (Verve Music Group) 275 324 -49 0 57 111
2 5 3 Stefon Harris African Tarantella (Blue Note) 247 238+9 0 57 2 8
3 3 4 The Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band Dizzy’s Business (MCG Jazz)234 257 -23 1 61 2 9
4 22 Louis Hayes & The Cannonball Legacy Band Maximum Firepower (Savant) 223 275 -52 049 2 9
5 8 10 Steve Turre Keep Searchin’ (HighNote)213 225 -12 2 61 5 5
6 46 Ray Charles & The Count Basie Orchestra Ray Sings, Basie Swings (Concord/Hear Music) 208 252 -44 158 3 8
7 5 7 The Brian Lynch/Eddie Palmieri Project Simpatico (Artist Share)199 238 -39 1 59 5 9
8 118 Terry Gibbs Findin’ The Groove (Jazzed Media) 197 216 -19 151 4 11
9 7 5 Pat Metheny and Brad Mehldau Metheny Mehldau (Nonesuch)193 234 -41 1 55 2 10
10 912 Sonny Rollins Sonny, Please (Doxy) 190 224 -34 2 559 5
10 17 Russell Malone Live at Jazz Standard, Vol. One (MAXJAZZ) 190166 +24 7 47 10 2
12 9 14John Hicks Sweet Love Of Mine (HighNote) 188 224 -36 1 55 95
13 12 11 Dave Valentin Come Fly With Me (HighNote) 167 196-29 2 51 11 4
14 15 15 Ted Nash & Still Evolved In The Loop (Palmetto)148 177 -29 0 43 5 11
14 2318 Tomo I’ll Always Know (Torii Records) 148 147 +1 240 14 5
16 14 Jimmy Heath Big Band Turn Up The Heath (Planet Arts)146 180 -34 8 45 14 2
17 2119 Papa John DeFrancesco Desert Heat (Savant) 145 153 -8 2 4817 8
18 18 13 Delfeayo Marsalis Minions Dominion (Troubadour Jass Records) 142162 -20 1 48 9 10
19 16 21Mike LeDonne On Fire: Live At Smoke NYC (Savant) 138 172 -34 1 47 168
20 36 29 Geri Allen Timeless Portaits and Dreams (Telarc) 136 103+33 0 41 4 13
21 24 16 Houston Person & Bill Charlap You Taught My Heart To Sing (HighNote)130 135 -5 1 25 7 13
22 139 Cedar Walton One Flight Down (HighNote) 128 181 -53 0 382 14
23 22 17 Javon Jackson Now (Palmetto) 124148 -24 3 47 17 7
24 19 20Madeleine Peyroux Half The Perfect World (Rounder) 123 161 -38 3 35 1213
25 29 24 Lynne Arriale Live (Motema) 120 124-4 1 46 20 6
25 35 31 Sean Jones Roots (Mack Avenue)120 108 +12 3 39 14 12
27 2834 Tony Bennett Duets: An American Classic (Columbia) 118 125 -7 2 3425 5
28 20 26 The Roger Kellaway Trio Heroes (IPO Recordings) 116158 -42 0 44 20 9
28 25 23Ben Riley Memories of T (Concord) 116 129 -13 4 41 234
30 30 MB3 Jazz Hits Volume 1 (Mel Bay) 105 123-18 7 41 30 2
31 32 28 Jim Tomlinson The Lyric... w/ Stacey Kent (O+)100 112 -12 1 29 21 9
32 4238 Neal Miner The Evening Sound (Smalls Records) 99 94 +5 3 2732 4
33 34 26 Gladys Knight Before Me (Verve Music Group) 97110 -13 0 29 9 10
34 37 41Pat Bianchi East Coast Roots (Jazzed Media) 96 101 -5 2 38 3011
35 33 24 Roy Haynes & The Fountain of Youth Band Whereas (Dreyfus Jazz) 94111 -17 1 29 7 13
36 31 32Mulgrew Miller Live At The Kennedy Center: Volume 1 (MAXJAZZ) 91 121 -30 1 34 1611
37 26 29 Dr. Lonnie Smith Jungle Soul (Palmetto) 89 126-37 0 35 1 19
38 50 40 Anton Schwartz Radiant Blue (Anton Jazz)87 84 +3 0 28 4 15
39 4249 Kenny Garrett Beyond The Wall (Nonesuch) 85 94 -9 1 336 12
40 39 22 Keith Jarrett Carnegie Hall Concert (ECM) 8397 -14 0 39 22 9
41 41David Gilmore Unified Presence (RKM Music) 82 76 +6 5 31 417
42 Don Aliquo Jazz Folk (Young Warrior) 80 71 +94 29 42 1
43 42 37 Mike Melvoin You Know (City Light)79 94 -15 0 25 37 6
44 3834 Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian Bill Frisell, Ron Carter, Paul Motian (Nonesuch) 78 100 -22 1 3411 9
45 36 Branford Marsalis Braggtown (Marsalis Music) 7761 +16 0 32 22 10
46 Joe Lovano Streams of Expression (Blue Note)76 69 +7 1 31 7 16
47 39 Matt Savage Trio Quantum Leap (Savage Records/Palmetto) 75 97 -22 3 2339 2
48 John Proulx Moon And Sand (MAXJAZZ) 74 65+9 2 30 48 1
48 Janice Borla From Every Angle (Blujazz)74 76 -2 4 30 48 1
50 50 Dave Glasser Above The Clouds (Arbors) 73 76 -3 0 2146 7

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