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Aug. 11: Sean Jones at No. 1

The new No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart this week is Sean Jones im.pro.vise (Mack Avenue). It’s also the week’s biggest gainer (+56). Most added (+14) is Bobby Broom My Shining Hour (Origin). Most reported (58 stations) is Bobby Hutcherson Enjoy The View (Blue Note). Top debut (No. 28) is Cyrille Aimée It’s A Good Day (Mack Avenue).

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Aug. 4: Hutcherson is No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart this week is Bobby Hutcherson Enjoy The View (Blue Note). It’s also the most reported (60 stations). Most added (+16) is Al Jarreau My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke (Concord) and the biggest gainer (+71) is Craig Scott Quintet Introducing (Cellar Live). The week’s top debut (No. 28) is Joe Magnarelli Lookin’ Up! (Posi-Tone).

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July 28: Jarrett/Haden is No. 1

The new No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart this week is Keith Jarrett & Charlie Haden Last Dance (ECM). Most added (+31) and biggest gainer (+122) is Fred Hersch Floating (Fred Hersch Music). Highest Debut (No. 19) is Barbara Morrison I Love You, Yes I Do (Savant). Most reported (59 stations) and at No. 2 is Mike LeDonne I Love Music (Savant).

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July 21: Jimmy Cobb is No. 1

The new No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart this week, and the most reported release (59 stations), is Jimmy Cobb The Original Mob (Smoke Sessions). Most added (+24) and biggest gainer (+101) is Cyrus Chestnut Midnight Melodies (Smoke Sessions). The top debut (No. 15) is Sean Jones im.pro.vise (Mack Avenue).

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July 14: Hayes repeats at No. 1

No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart for a second week, and the most reported release (59 stations), is Louis Hayes Return of the Jazz Communicators (Smoke Sessions). The biggest gainer (+156) is Bobby Hutcherson Enjoy The View (Blue Note). Most added (+28) is Sean Jones im.pro.vise (Mack Avenue). The top debut (No. 21) is Joshua Redman Trios Live (Nonesuch).

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June 30: Louis Hayes is No. 1

At No. 1 with a bullet this week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Louis Hayes Return of the Jazz Communicators (Smoke Sessions). Most added (+24) and the highest debut (No. 36) is Bobby Hutcherson Enjoy The View (Blue Note). The biggest gainer (+95) is Steve Khan Subtext (Tone Center). Most reported (53 stations) is Theo Croker Afro Physicist (OKeh).

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June 23: Eric Alexander again No. 1

At No. 1 for a second week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Eric Alexander Chicago Fire (HighNote). The biggest gainer (+103), most added (+26) and highest debut (No. 16) is Jimmy Cobb The Original Mob (Smoke Sessions). Most reported (55 stations) is Louis Hayes Return of the Jazz Communicators (Smoke Sessions).

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June 16: Eric Alexander back at No. 1

Back to No. 1 this week on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart (where it was May 19) and most reported (57 stations) is Eric Alexander Chicago Fire (HighNote). The biggest gainer (+55) and highest debut (No. 25) is Theo Croker Afro Physicist (Sony Masterworks). Tied for most added (+19) are Dena DeRose We Won’t Forget You … An Homage To Shirley Horn (HighNote) and Mike LeDonne I Love Music (Savant).

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June 9: Monty Alexander stays at No. 1

Published on June 5, 2014, by in Latest Jazz Chart.

Once again at No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart is Monty Alexander Harlem-Kingston Express Vol 2: The River Rolls On (Motema). Most reported (59 stations) is Eric Alexander Chicago Fire (HighNote). The biggest gainer (+42) is Theo Croker Afro Physicist (Sony Masterworks). Most added (+17) is Louis Prima Jr. Blow (Warrior). Highest debut (No. 34) is Mimi Jones Balance (Hot Tone Music).

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