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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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Aug. 10: Antonio Adolfo is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Antonio Adolfo BruMa: Celebrating Milton Nascimento (AAM Music). Biggest mover (+122) and most added (+33) is Bobby Watson Keepin’ It Real (Smoke Sessions). Highest debut (No. 19) is Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Just Coolin’ (Blue Note). Most reported (53 stations) is Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone).

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Aug. 3: Third week at No. 1 for Dave Stryker

No. 1 for a third consecutive week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and again most reported (53 stations) is Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone). Biggest mover (+72) and most added (+32) is Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Just Coolin’ (Blue Note). Highest debut (No. 37) is Purdie, Fabian, Oswanski Move On (Cap).

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July 27: Dave Stryker repeats at No. 1

No. 1 for a second week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart and most reported (51 stations) is Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone). Biggest mover (+98) and highest debut (No. 6) is John Fedchock NY Sextet Into The Shadows (Summit). Most added (+28) is Gerald Clayton Happening: Live at the Village Vanguard (Blue Note).

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July 20: Dave Stryker is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone). Most added (+32) and biggest mover (+95) is John Fedchock NY Sextet Into The Shadows (Summit). Highest debut (No. 33) is Grant Stewart Quartet Rise And Shine (Cellar Music). Most reported (53 stations) is Larry Willis I Fall in Love Too Easily The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s (HighNote).

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July 13: Larry Willis is No. 1

Published on July 9, 2020, by in Latest Jazz Chart.

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is the late Larry Willis’ I Fall in Love Too Easily The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s (HighNote). It’s tied for most reported (49 stations) with Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone). Most added (+35) is Derrick Gardner & the Big dig! Band Still I Rise (Impact Jazz). Biggest mover (+87) is Antonio Adolfo BruMa: Celebrating Milton Nascimento (AAM Music). Highest debut (No. 16) is La Lucha Everybody Wants To Rule The World (Arbors).

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June 29: Cory Weeds Quartet is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Cory Weeds Quartet Day By Day (Cellar Music). Biggest mover (+74) is Christian Sands Be Water (Mack Avenue). Most added (+25) is Ambrose Akinmusire on the tender spot of every calloused moment (Blue Note). Highest debut (No. 14) is Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone). Most reported (45 stations) is Wayne Escoffery The Humble Warrior (Smoke Sessions).

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June 22: Wayne Escoffery returns to No. 1

Returning to No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Wayne Escoffery The Humble Warrior (Smoke Sessions). It’s also the most-reported release (45 stations). Biggest mover (+78) is Alexa Tarantino Clarity (Posi-Tone). Most added (+29) is Christian Sands Be Water (Mack Avenue). Highest debut (No. 24) is Larry Willis I Fall in Love Too Easily The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s (HighNote).

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June 15: Joey Alexander is again No. 1

At No. 1 for the the 11th time in 14 weeks on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Joey Alexander Warna (Verve). Most added (+22) is Dave Stryker w/ Bob Mintzer and the WDR Big Band Blue Soul (Strikezone). Biggest mover (+84) is Larry Willis I Fall in Love Too Easily The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s (HighNote). Most reported (45 stations) is Harold Mabern Mabern Plays Mabern (Smoke Sessions). Tied for highest debut (No. 43) are Erroll Garner Octave Remastered Series Sampler Volume 03 (Mack Avenue / Octave Music) and Gerald Beckett MOOD (Pear Orchard).

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June 8: Wayne Escoffery is No. 1

Published on June 4, 2020, by in Latest Jazz Chart.

This week’s new No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Wayne Escoffery The Humble Warrior (Smoke Sessions). Biggest mover (+56) is Trio Latino Mayan Suite (Bachlao). Tied for most added (+18) are Dena DeRose Ode To The Road (HighNote) and Larry Willis I Fall in Love Too Easily The Final Session at Rudy Van Gelder’s (HighNote). Highest debut (No. 31) is Al Di Meola Across The Universe (earMUSIC). Most reported (46 stations) is Joey Alexander Warna (Verve).

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