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JazzWeek Radio Chart: October 12, 2009

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 2Roy Hargrove Emergence (Emarcy) 252 232 +20 2 57 18
2 2 17 Poncho Sanchez Psychedelic Blues (Concord) 232 194+38 9 57 2 3
3 8 14 Gerald Wilson Detroit (Mack Avenue)190 165 +25 5 49 3 3
4 64 James Moody 4A (IPO Recordings) 189 171 +18 2 524 7
5 3 1 Jackie Ryan Doozy (Open Art) 186191 -5 0 51 1 12
6 10 Cedar Walton Voices Deep Within (HighNote) 174 162 +12 7 53 62
7 5 10 Robert Glasper Double Booked (Blue Note) 167 172-5 3 46 5 8
8 11 3 Roberta Gambarini So In Love (Emarcy)166 160 +6 2 51 3 7
9 14 Eric Alexander Revival Of The Fittest (HighNote) 157 141 +16 5 449 2
10 17 22 Rodney Jones A Thousand Small Things (18th & Vine)155 123 +32 0 41 6 5
11 921 Christian McBride & Inside Straight Kind Of Brown (Mack Avenue) 151 164 -13 039 1 18
12 4 8 Heath Brothers Endurance (Jazz Legacy)149 176 -27 1 45 4 7
13 137 Tamir Hendelman Playground (Swing Bros.) 142 148 -6 0 403 10
14 6 Jeff Hamilton Symbiosis (Capri) 140171 -31 3 42 6 2
15 28 11Eldar Virtue (Sony) 137 96 +41 3 39 117
16 12 5 The Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet Bien Bien (Patois Records) 132 149-17 1 51 5 4
17 15 18 John Beasley Positootly (Resonance)119 136 -17 4 43 15 8
18 2345 Steve Davis Eloquence (Jazz Legacy) 112 107 +5 13 4718 3
18 21 9 Kurt Elling Dedicated To You (Concord) 112109 +3 0 36 1 17
18 16 13Bill Easley Hearing Voices (18th & Vine) 112 125 -13 0 289 9
21 25 Graham Dechter Right On Time (Capri) 111102 +9 3 28 21 2
22 Nicole Mitchell’s Black Earth Strings Renegades (Delmark)106 +106 17 29 22 1
23 3535 John Hicks I Remember You (HighNote) 104 91 +13 1 4319 6
24 21 35 Jim Snidero Crossfire (Savant) 103109 -6 1 44 21 4
25 49 33The Bob Florence Limited Edition Legendary (MAMA) 100 75 +25 2 40 157
26 23 30 The Godfathers Of Groove 3 (18th & Vine) 97107 -10 3 33 23 5
26 36 35Count Basie Swinging, Singing, Playing (Mack Avenue) 97 90 +7 1 32 238
28 44 30 John Proulx Baker’s Dozen: Remembering Chet Baker (MAXJAZZ) 9581 +14 0 31 27 10
29 18 The Charlie Shoemake/Terry Trotter Quartets Inside (Chase Music Group) 94 115 -21 2 35 186
29 20 15 Gerald Clayton Two-Shade (Artist Share) 94 112-18 1 30 6 13
31 38 27 The Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band I’m BeBoppin’ Too (Half Note Records)91 87 +4 0 40 5 18
32 4949 Mark Levine Off & On (Left Coast Clave) 90 75 +15 338 32 7
32 30 33 Laurence Hobgood When The Heart Dances (Naim)90 94 -4 0 28 21 9
34 3938 Stefon Harris & Blackout Urbanus (Concord) 89 85 +4 040 17 9
34 41 Ramsey Lewis Songs From The Heart: Ramsey Plays Ramsey (Concord)89 82 +7 7 37 34 2
34 Andy Martin Setting The Standard (Drewbone) 89 57 +32 1 3533 7
37 26 40 Reuben Wilson Azure Te (18th & Vine)87 100 -13 2 31 26 8
37 3227 Joshua Breakstone No One New (Capri) 87 93 -6 1 2713 5
39 41 29 Cecil Brooks III Hot D.O.G. (Savant) 8482 +2 0 29 23 5
40 18 19Freddy Cole The Dreamer In Me (HighNote) 83 115 -32 0 35 128
41 30 Mike DiRubbo Repercussion (Posi-Tone) 80 41+39 3 27 30 3
42 27 16 Bobby Broom Bobby Broom Plays For Monk (Origin)79 97 -18 0 31 2 18
43 Melissa Morgan Until I Met You (Telarc) 77 63 +14 0 1611 25
44 Carl Allen & Rodney Whitaker Work To Do (Mack Avenue) 7661 +15 0 24 5 24
45 Joel Frahm & Bruce Katz Project A (Anzic Records)75 71 +4 1 29 42 6
46 33 Cory Weeds Everything’s Coming Up Weeds (Cellar Live) 74 92 -18 0 326 16
46 47 40 McCoy Tyner Solo: Live From San Francisco (Half Note Records) 7478 -4 3 31 40 4
48 Jack Wilkins Until It’s Time (MAXJAZZ)73 54 +19 1 28 10 16
49 Sharel Cassity Relentless (Jazz Legacy) 68 56 +12 12 3749 1
50 28 6 Jon Mayer Nightscape (Reservoir) 6796 -29 0 25 4 12

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