[JPL] WEMU Top 25 Jazz 8/8-14/04

Linda Yohn Linda.Yohn at emich.edu
Wed Aug 18 14:05:45 EDT 2004


Here are the 25 most-played new and reissued Jazz CDs on 89.1 from 
August 8th through the 14th.  The number in parentheses tells you how 
many times we played a disc.

1.  Tumbao - Montuno Salad - PKO (9)
2.  Lila Downs - Una Sangre - Narada (7)
3.  David Sanchez - Coral - Columbia (6)
4.  Grupo Fantasma - Moviemento Populaire - Aire Soul (6)
5.  Melvin Sparks - It Is What It Is - Savant (5)
6.  Bobby Watson - Horizon REassembled - Palmetto (5)
7.  Von Freeman - The Great Divide - Premonition (5)
8.  Herbie Mann And Phil Woods - Beyond Brooklyn - MCG Jazz (5)
9.  Vincent Herring - Mr. Wizard - High Note (5)
10. Nomo - Nomo - Ypsilanti Records (5)
11. Hampton Hawes - Everybody Likes Hampton Hawes - Contemporary (5)
12. Duke Ellington - Piano In The Background - Columbia Legacy (5)
13. Dr. John - N'Awlinz: Dis, Dat or D'udda - Blue Note (4)
14. NcCoy Tyner - Illuminations - Telarc (4)
15. Scott Hamilton And Harry Allen - Heavy Juice - Concord (4)
16. Melvin Rhyne Trio - Tomorrow, Yesterday And Today - Criss Cross (4)
17. Ben Allison - Buzz - Palmetto (4)
18. Jim Rotondi - New Vistas - Criss Cross (4)
19. Groundtruther - Latitude - Thirsty Ear (4)
20. Mark Thibodeau - Waiting For J.J. (4)
21. Bruce Katz Band - A Deeper Blue - Severrn (4)
22. Jeff Hamilton Trio - The Best Things Happen - Azica (4)
23. Mulgrew Miller Trio - Live At Yoshi's, Volume One - Max Jazz (4)
24. The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Funeral For A Friend - Ropeadope (4)
25. James Brown - Soul On Top - Verve (4)

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

Tumbao, Rory Gallager, Red Prysock, Jon Cleary, Derek Trucks, Roger 
Davidson, Rene Marie, Herbie Hancock, Curtis Mayfield, Sean Jones, 
Hampton Hawes, Shahida Nurrallah, Scott Hamilton And Harry Allen, 
Jean-Pierre Mas, Dave Brubeck, Jimmy Cobb, Paul Oscher, Mike Marshall 
And Choro Famoso, James Williams, Myles Davis, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, The 
Bruce Katz Band, Irene Reid, Melvin Sparks, David Fathead Newman, Joe 
Henderson, Charlie Parker, George Shearing, Benny Green And Russell 
Malone, Giacomo Gates, Palladium Orchestra, Nomo, Mulgrew Miller, 
Melvin Rhyne


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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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