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Bernstein Reimagined
Bernstein Reimagined

Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra

Faune
Faune

Raphaël Pannier Quartet

En Casa Limon
En Casa Limon

David Broza

Freedom Fables
Freedom Fables

Nubiyan Twist

Auge
Auge

Aki Takase / Christian Weber / Michael Griener

Cosmonauts
Cosmonauts

PLS.trio

Son Of Nyx
Son Of Nyx

Tamil Rogeon

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Tom Tallitsch

saxophone, tenor

Justin Page

drums

Sergio Pereira

guitar, acoustic

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Spoons
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Russell Ferrante

Been Down This Road Before
Been Down This Road Before

Clifton Anderson

TW = this week; LW = last week; 2W = two weeks ago.

JazzWeek Radio Chart

TW LW 2W Artist TW LW Move Add Rpts Peak Wks
1 1 1 Eric Reed For Such a Time as This (Smoke Sessions) 276 250 +26 0 48 1 6
2 1 2 Yellowjackets Jackets XL (Mack Avenue) 247 250 -3 0 43 1 11
3 3 3 Javon Jackson Deja Vu (Solid Jackson) 208 228 -20 0 37 2 13
4 5 4 Gregory Porter All Rise (Blue Note) 189 199 -10 0 30 1 19
5 8 5 George Kahn Quartet Dreamcatcher (Playing) 184 172 +12 1 35 5 6
6 4 6 Peter Bernstein What Comes Next (Smoke Sessions) 180 202 -22 1 39 4 12
7 6 7 Dave Brubeck Quartet Time OutTakes (Brubeck Editions) 179 188 -9 0 37 6 6
8 10 8 Ian Hendrickson-Smith The Lowdown (Cellar Music) 178 166 +12 0 39 8 7
9 6 9 Artemis Artemis (Blue Note) 177 188 -11 0 34 1 16
10 12 10 Conrad Herwig The Latin Side of Horace Silver (Savant) 172 157 +15 0 31 3 16

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