[JPL] WEMU Top 25 Jazz 7/25-31/04

Linda Yohn Linda.Yohn at emich.edu
Tue Aug 3 12:41:20 EDT 2004


Here are the most-played new and reissued Jazz cds on 89.1 from July 
25th through July 31st.  The number in parentheses tells you how many 
times we played a disc.

1.  Tumbao - Montuno Salad - PKO Records (12)
2.  Dr. John - N'Awlinz: Dis, Dat Or Dudda - Blue Note (10)
3.  Benny Golson - Terminal 1 - Concord (8)
4.  Scott Hamilton And Harry Allen - Heavy Juice - Concord (7)
5.  Miles Davis - Complete Quintet Recordings 1965-1968 - Columbia 
Legacy (7)
6.  McCoy Tyner - Illuminations - Telarc (6)
7.  Von Freeman - The Great Divide - Premonition (6)
8.  Giacomo Gates - Centerpiece - Origin (6)
9.  Allen Hermann And Carl Fontana - The Jazz Trombone - Sea Breeze (6)
10. Terry Gibbs - 52nd And Broadway: Songs Of The Bebop Era - Mack Ave 
(6)
11. Tito Purente, Jr. - En Los Pasos De Mi Padre - Protel Records (5)
12. Melvin Sparks - It Is What It Is - Savant (5)
13. Benny Green And Russell Malone - Bluebird - Telarc (5)
14. David Murray - Gwotet - Justin Time (5)
15. Herbie Mann And Phil Woods - Beyond Brooklyn - MCG Jazz (5)
16. Rebeca Mauleon - Latin Fire - Rumbeca Music (5)
17. Carla Bley - The Lost Chords - Watt/ECM (5)
18. Shahida Nurullah - The Ruby And The Pearl - Alembic Arts (5)
19. Quincy Jones And Bill Cosby - Original Jam Sessions: 1969 - Concord 
(5)
20. Various Artists - The Contemporary Records Story - Contemporary (5)
21. Hampton Hawes - Everybody Likes Hampton Hawes - Contemporary (5)
22. Big Satan - Souls Saved Here - Thirsty Ear (4)
23. Eddie Gomez - Jazz Fiddler On The Roof - Twinz (4)
24. Jamie Cullum - Twenty Something - Verve (4)
25. Jerry Gonzalez - Y Los Piratas Del Flamenco - Sunnyside (4)

Following are the artists who were most enjoyed by WEMU listeners:

Tumbao, Count Basie, John Lee Hooker, Bobby Forester, Steve Fentriss, 
John Coltrane, The Bruce Katz Band, Benny Golson, Rebeca Mauleon, Duke 
Ellington, Kenny Burrell, Donald Harrison, Shahida Nurullah, Mark 
Murphy, Oliver Nelson, Miles Davis, Quincy Jones & Bill Cosby, Paquito 
D'Rivera, Deborah Coleman, Carmen Bradford, Giacomo Gates, The Frank 
And Joe Show, Wayne Shorter, Jeff Hamilton, Melvin Sparks, Etta James, 
James Cotton, Bobby Matos, James Brown

-Linda

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Linda.Yohn at emich.edu
WEMU Music Director
734.487.2229 (tel)
734.487.1015 (fax)
www.wemu.org


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