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Oct. 19: 5 weeks at No. 1 for Christian McBride Big Band

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a fifth week is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Most added (+30) is Peter Bernstein What Comes Next (Smoke Sessions). Biggest mover (+86) is Ella Fitzgerald The Lost Berlin Tapes (Verve). Highest debut (No. 38) is Javon Jackson Deja Vu (Solid Jackson). Tied for most reported (50 stations) are Artemis Artemis (Blue Note) and Gregory Porter All Rise (Blue Note).

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Oct. 12: 4th week at No. 1 for Christian McBride Big Band

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a fourth consecutive week is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Most added (+22) is Uptown Jazz Tentet What’s Next (Irabbagast). Biggest mover (+52) is Thelonious Monk Palo Alto (Impulse!). Highest debut (No. 32) is Chien Chien Lu The Path (Chien Chien Music). Most reported (50 stations) is Artemis Artemis (Blue Note).

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Oct. 5: 3 weeks at No. 1 for Christian McBride Big Band

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a third week and most reported (52 stations) is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Most added (+26) is Thelonious Monk Palo Alto (Impulse!). Biggest mover (+120) is Artemis Artemis (Blue Note). Highest debut (No. 28) is Joe Farnsworth Time To Swing (Smoke Sessions).

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Sept. 28: 2nd week at No. 1 for Christian McBride Big Band

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a second week and most reported (50 stations) is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Most added (+32) and biggest mover (+120) is Artemis Artemis (Blue Note). Highest debut (No. 32) is The Big Bad Bones Emergency Vehicle Blues (Summit).

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Sept. 21: Christian McBride Big Band is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Most added (+31) and biggest mover (+80) is Joe Farnsworth Time To Swing (Smoke Sessions). Highest debut (No. 34) is Radam Schwartz Organ Big Band Message From Groove and GW (Arabesque). Most reported at No. 2 (52 stations) is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions).

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Sept. 14: 2nd week at No. 1 for Bobby Watson

No. 1 and most reported (54 stations) on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a second week is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions). Most added (+22) José Rizo’s Mongorama Mariposas Cantan (Saungu). Biggest mover (+81) is Gregory Porter All Rise (Blue Note). Highest debut (No. 47) is Maria Schneider Data Lords (Artist Share).

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Sept. 7: Bobby Watson is No. 1

No. 1 and most reported (50 stations) on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions). Most added (+37) is Gregory Porter All Rise (Blue Note). Biggest mover (+149) is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Highest debut (No. 28) is Fahir Atakoglu For Love (Far & Here).

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Aug. 31: 4th week at No. 1 for Antonio Adolfo

No. 1 for a fourth week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Antonio Adolfo BruMa: Celebrating Milton Nascimento (AAM Music). Biggest mover (+121 ) and most added (+37) is Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue). Highest debut (No. 37) is Kenny Washington What’s The Hurry (Lower 9th). Most reported (53 stations) is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions).

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Aug. 24: 3 weeks at No. 1 for Antonio Adolfo

No. 1 for a third week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Antonio Adolfo BruMa: Celebrating Milton Nascimento (AAM Music). Biggest mover for a second straight week (+70) is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions). Most added (+25) is Eddie Henderson Shuffle and Deal (Smoke Sessions). Most reported (54 stations) is Black Art Jazz Collective Ascension (HighNote). Highest debut (No. 37) is Billy Childs Acceptance (Mack Avenue).

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Aug. 17: Antonio Adolfo repeats at No. 1

No. 1 and most reported (55 stations) on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Antonio Adolfo BruMa: Celebrating Milton Nascimento (AAM Music). Biggest mover (+86) is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions). Most added (+33) is Billy Childs Acceptance (Mack Avenue). Highest debut (No. 20) is Joshua Redman / Brad Mehldau / Christian McBride / Brian Blade RoundAgain (Nonesuch).

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