Topping this week’s JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Donald Vega Spiritual Nature (Resonance). The highest debut of the week (14) and the biggest gainer (+91) is Kurt Elling 1619 Broadway | The Brill Building Project (Concord). Most reported (45) is Brubeck Brothers “Lifetimes” A Celebration of Dave Brubeck (Blue Forest). Most added (+25) is Brad Mehldau Trio Where Do You Start (Nonesuch).
It’s now four straight weeks at No. 1 for Bruce Barth Three Things of Beauty (Savant); it’s again the week’s most-reported CD (51) on the Sept. 24 JazzWeek jazz chart. The week’s highest debut (No. 25) and biggest gainer (+59) is Tia Fuller Angelic Warrior (Mack Avenue). Most-added (+20) is Nobuki Takamen Three Wishes (Summit).
It’s three weeks at No. 1 for Bruce Barth Three Things of Beauty (Savant); it’s also the week’s most-reported CD (54) on the Sept. 17 JazzWeek jazz chart. The week’s highest debut (No. 18) and biggest gainer (+115) is Steve Davis Gettin’ It Done (Posi-Tone). Tied for most-added (+20) are Lewis Nash Quintet The Highest Mountain (Cellar Live) and Fred Hersch Trio Live at the Village Vanguard (Palmetto).
Staying at No. 1 on JazzWeek’s September 10 Jazz Chart and again the most reported CD for the week (44) is Bruce Barth Three Things of Beauty (Savant). Marcus Miller Renaissance (Concord) is the week’s biggest gainer (+50). Most added (+15) is Pat Martino Alone Together With Bobby Rose (HighNote). The week’s highest debut (No. 22) is Cheryl Bentyne Let’s Misbehave (Summit).