[JPL] WEMU Top 25 Jazz 8/15-21/04

Linda Yohn Linda.Yohn at emich.edu
Tue Aug 24 12:32:29 EDT 2004


Here are the 25 most-played Jazz CDs at WEMU from August 15th through 
the 21st.  The number in parentheses tells you how many times we played 
a disc.

1.  The Dirty Dozen Brass Band - Funeral For A Friend - Ropeadope (11)
2.  Geri Allen - The Life Of A Song - Telarc (10)
3.  Terry Gibbs - 52nd And Broadway: Songs Of The Bebop Era - Mack 
Avenue (9)
4.  Mark Elf - Glad To Be Back - Jen Bay Jazz (7)
5.  Tumbao - Montuno Salad - PKO (6)
6.  Dr. John - N'Awlinz: Dis, Dat Or D'Udda - Blue Note (6)
7.  Ronnie Earl - Now My Soul - Stony Plain (5)
8.  The Latin Giants Of Jazz - Play The Music Of The Palladium - 
Gigante (5)
9.  Courtney Pine - Devotion - Telarc (5)
10. The Tin Hat Trio - The Book Of Silk - Ropeadope (4)
11. Charlie Haden - Land Of The Sun - Verve (4)
12. Melvin Sparks - It Is What It Is - Savant (4)
13. McCoy Tyner - Illuminations - Telarc (4)
14. Bruce Katz Band - A Deeper Blue - Severn (4)
15. Benny Golson - Terminal 1 - Concord (4)
16. Urban Transport - Introducing Urban Transport - Urban Transport 
Music (4)
17. Antibalas - Who Is This America? - Ropeadope (4)
18. Jessica Williams Trio - Live At Yoshi's, Volume One - Max Jazz (4)
19. Big 3 Palladium Orchestra - Live At The Blue Note - Rumba Jams (4)
20. Bobby Watson - Horizon Reassembled - Palmetto (3)
21. Von Freeman - The Great Divide - Premonition (3)
22. Herbie Mann And Phil Woods - Beyond Brooklyn - MCG Jazz (3)
23. Scott Hamilton And Harry Allen - Heavy Juice - Concord (3)
24. Groundtruther - Latitude - Thirsty Ear (3)
25. Jeff Hamilton Trio - The Best Things Happen - Azica (3)

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

Oscar Peterson, Dr. John, Tab Benoit, James Brown, Led Belly, Muddy 
Waters, Hound Dog Taylor, John Lee Hooker JR., Sharrie Williams, 
Thornetta Davis, Aretha Franklin, Big 3 Palladium Orchestra, Herbie 
Mann And Phil Woods, Scott Hamilton And Harry Allen, Sarah Vaughn, Tony 
Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Marlena Shaw, Ike Quebec, 
Terry Gibbs, Rebeca Mauleon, Latin Giants Of Jazz, Mahalia Jackson, The 
Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Joe Farrell, Jose Rizo's Jazz On The Latin Side 
All Stars, Miles Davis And John Coltrane, David Murray, Mamadou 
Doumbia, Brad Shepik, Allen Hermann And Carl Fontana, Count Basie, 
Frank Capp Juggernaut, Bobby Watson And Horizon

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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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