[JPL] WEMU Top 25 Jazz 7/18-24/04

Linda Yohn Linda.Yohn at emich.edu
Tue Jul 27 13:15:06 EDT 2004


Here are the 25 most-played new and reissued Jazz cds on 89.1 from July 
18th through the 24th.  The number in parentheses tells you how many 
times we played a disc.

1.  Tumbao - Montuno Salad - PKO (20)
2.  Bobby Watson - Horizon Reassembled - Telarc (9)
3.  Benny Golson - Terminal 1 - Concord (9)
4.  Quincy Jones And Bill Cosby - Original Jam Sessions: 1969 - Concord 
(7)
5.  McCoy Tyner - Illuminations - Telarc (6)
6.  Von Freeman - The Great Divide - Premonition (6)
7.  Sefon Harris - Evolution - Blue Note (6)
8.  Mulgrew Miller Trio - Live At Yoshi's, Volume One - Max Jazz (6)
9.  Urban Transport - Introducing Urban Transport - Urban Transport 
Music (5)
10. James Silberstein - Song For Micaela - CAP (5)
11. Lee Konitz - Peacemeal - Milestone (5)
12. James Brown - Soul On Top - Verve (5)
13. Spanish Harlem Orchestra - Across 110th Street - Libertad (4)
14. Jamie Cullum - Twenty Something - Verve (4)
15. Cachao - Ahora, Si! - CineSon (4)
16. Jerry Gonzalez - Y Los Piratas Del Flamenco - Sunnyside (4)
17. Nomo - Nomo - Ypsilanti Records (4)
18. Melvin Sparks - It Is What It Is - Savant (4)
19. The Frank And Joe Show - "33 & 1/3" - Hyena (4)
20. Sean Jones - Eternal Journey - Mack Avenue (4)
21. Dave Burrell - Expansion - High Two (4)
22. Various Artists - The Contemporary Records Story - Contemporary (4)
23. Groove Holmes - Super Soul - Prestige (4)
24. Rebecca Mauleon - Latin Fire - Rumbeca Music (3)
25. Bobby Forrester - Organic Chemistry - Lollipop (3)

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

Tumbao, Giacomo Gates, Bobby Forrester, Don Ellis, Cachao, James 
Williams, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Benny Golson, Von Freeman, Sam 
Myers, Quincy Jones, Bobby Watson, Mingus Big Band, Horace Silver, 
Jamie Cullum, The Frank And Joe Show, Sonny Rollins, Medeski Martin & 
Wood, Sir Mack Rice, World Saxophone Quartet, Lyman Woodard 
Organization, David Murray & The Gwo-Ka Masters, Thornetta Davis, The 
Jazz Mandolin Project, Dave Burrell, Ed Sarath, Lee Morgan, Tomasz 
Stanko, Charlie Parker, Dexter Gordon, Little Sonny, Al Green, The 
Holmes Brothers, John Lee Hooker, Leslie West, Dave Alvin

-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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