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JazzWeek Radio Chart: October 6, 2008

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TW LW 2W Artist TWLW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 8McCoy Tyner Guitars (McCoy Tyner Music) 241 273 -32 7 70 13
2 2 2 Roy Hargrove Earfood (Emarcy) 229 242-13 1 55 1 12
3 3 4 David Sanborn Here And Gone (Decca)220 220 0 0 54 2 10
4 42 Mike LeDonne FiveLive (Savant) 193 211 -18 6 632 6
5 6 7 Joe Locke Force of Four (Origin) 178185 -7 2 53 5 5
6 9 11Take 6 The Standard (Heads Up) 165 154 +11 7 39 64
7 5 1 Bob Mintzer Big Band Swing Out (MCG Jazz) 152 189-37 1 47 1 7
8 49 Dave Holland Pass It On (Dare2/EmArcy)146 65 +81 34 51 8 2
9 105 Ted Nash The Mancini Project (Palmetto) 142 129 +13 2 515 8
10 11 9 Joe Magnarelli Persistence (Reservoir) 141128 +13 3 46 9 6
11 Javon Jackson Once Upon A Melody (Palmetto)139 +139 35 41 11 1
12 824 Danilo Perez Across The Crystal Sea (Decca) 125 158 -33 2 448 5
12 25 14 John Hicks Legacy Band Mind Wine: The Music Of John Hicks (Savant) 12596 +29 3 40 12 4
14 15 13Cedar Walton Seasoned Wood (HighNote) 118 117 +1 2 41 311
15 11 22 John Pizzarelli With A Song In My Heart (Telarc) 116 128-12 1 38 11 6
16 19 10 Don Braden Gentle Storm (HighNote)115 108 +7 1 35 4 11
17 1934 Harvie S Now Was The Time (Savant) 112 108 +4 6 5417 3
17 34 48 Anat Cohen Notes From The Village (Anzic Records) 11280 +32 2 41 17 4
19 26 37Patricia Barber The Cole Porter Mix (Blue Note) 110 94 +16 8 52 193
20 23 19 Kenny Barron The Traveler (Sunnyside) 106 104+2 1 40 9 9
21 29 27 Dr. Bruce Eskovitz One For Newk II (Pacific Coast Jazz)102 88 +14 1 27 21 5
22 1412 Cassandra Wilson Loverly (Blue Note) 100 122 -22 0 381 17
23 19 17 Aaron Parks Invisible Cinema (Blue Note) 98108 -10 2 38 4 7
24 33 Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band Act Your Age (Immergent) 97 81 +16 14 3924 2
25 13 15 Denise Donatelli What Lies Within (Savant) 96125 -29 3 38 11 6
26 7 6Joe Lovano Symphonica (Blue Note) 95 161 -66 1 42 65
26 24 46 Bill Cantrall Axiom (Up Swing) 95 103-8 3 38 24 5
28 Sherrie Maricle & The Diva Jazz Orchestra Live From Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola (Diva Jazz Orchestra)93 45 +48 17 37 28 1
29 1723 Ahmad Jamal It’s Magic (Dreyfus) 89 112 -23 033 2 18
30 41 28 David Berger I Had The Craziest Dream - The Music Of Harry Warren (Such Sweet Thunder Records)85 72 +13 3 31 21 11
30 3432 Jaime Davis Vibe Over Perfection (Unity Music) 85 80 +5 0 2418 13
32 Bebo Valdes & Javier Colina Live At The Village Vanguard (Discos 605/Calle 54/Sony BMG Norte) 8338 +45 27 42 32 1
32 34 Kenny Garrett Sketches Of MD: Live At The Iridium (Mack Avenue) 83 80 +3 5 36 322
32 30 19 Willie Nelson & Wynton Marsalis Two Men With The Blues (Blue Note) 8386 -3 1 26 2 16
35 22 29Organissimo Groovadelphia (Big “O" Records) 82 107 -25 4 38 226
35 30 29 John Stein Encounterpoint (Whaling City Sound) 82 86-4 1 31 17 9
37 Russ Mullen & The Jazz Associates Metro Mile (Rhombus)81 +81 6 42 23 8
38 15 Bill Heid Asian Persuasion (Doodlin') 79 117 -38 10 3915 2
39 46 Bill Moring & Way Out East Spaces In Time (Owl)78 67 +11 10 48 39 4
39 3716 Frank Derrick The Beat Goes On (Jazzed Media) 78 79 -1 4 3116 3
41 46 Esperanza Spalding Esperanza (Heads Up) 6867 +1 0 29 2 22
42 44 35Phil Norman ‘Totally’ Live At Catalina Jazz Club (MAMA) 67 70 -3 433 34 4
43 Stanley Jordan State Of Nature (Mack Avenue) 6632 +34 1 37 6 26
44 26 31Steve Turre Rainbow People (HighNote) 65 94 -29 1 26 120
45 42 19 S.M.V. Thunder (Heads Up) 64 71-7 0 24 2 9
46 39 36 Hot Club Of Detroit Night Town (Mack Avenue)62 76 -14 0 25 6 15
47 1732 Cory Weeds Big Weeds (Cellar Live) 61 112 -51 1 3017 12
47 Peter Zimmer & Jeremy Pelt Chillin’ Live @ Jazz Factory (Tippin' Records)61 54 +7 2 28 45 5
47 Beegie Adair Dancing In The Dark: A Tribute To Fred Astaire (Green Hill) 61 42 +19 3 2147 1
50 Pat Coil Bird House (Liberty Hill Music) 55 58-3 1 27 50 1

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