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All By Myself
All By Myself

Mike Jones

Rites of Fire
Rites of Fire

Kelvin Sholar Trio

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(pentimento)

Matt Piet

BB XL
BB XL

Walter White

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Tom Tallitsch

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Justin Page

drums

Sergio Pereira

guitar, acoustic

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Walls and Roses

Mary Halvorson

Izpoved
Izpoved

Ben Rosenblum

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JazzWeek Radio Chart

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 3 1 Eric Reed For Such a Time as This (Smoke Sessions) 250 209 +41 4 45 1 5
1 1 1 Yellowjackets Jackets XL (Mack Avenue) 250 243 +7 0 40 1 10
3 2 3 Javon Jackson Deja Vu (Solid Jackson) 228 222 +6 1 34 2 12
4 5 4 Peter Bernstein What Comes Next (Smoke Sessions) 202 185 +17 1 40 4 11
5 4 5 Gregory Porter All Rise (Blue Note) 199 195 +4 0 28 1 18
6 6 6 Artemis Artemis (Blue Note) 188 179 +9 0 35 1 15
6 8 6 Dave Brubeck Quartet Time OutTakes (Brubeck Editions) 188 174 +14 1 33 6 5
8 24 8 George Kahn Quartet Dreamcatcher (Playing) 172 122 +50 4 33 8 5
9 7 9 Christian McBride Big Band For Jimmy, Wes and Oliver (Mack Avenue) 167 175 -8 0 32 1 19
10 11 10 Ian Hendrickson-Smith The Lowdown (Cellar Music) 166 151 +15 1 38 10 6

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