Saturday, December 31, 2016

Happy New Year to the JazzHQ subscribers #jazz

A very Happy New Year year to all the visitors of  the JazzHQ blog, Facebook and Twitter. We're pleased that you found your way here and grateful if you've done it more than once.

Best wishes to you all. Good health and peace in the new year.



Saturday, December 24, 2016

Merry Christmas from JazzHQ #jazz

Our very best wishes to all of you who took the time to visit JazzHQ during the year, whether at jazzhq/blogspot.com, twitter.com/jazzhq, or facebook.com/jazzhq.
White Christmas - The Drifters (Video/cartoon)
Sung by The Drifters. Cartoon by Joshua Held.
Featuring Bill Pinkney on lead bass and Clyde McPhatter on tenor.



Sing along:

Ooh
Doop doop, doop doo doop
Ooh
Doop doop, doop doo doop

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas,
Just like the ones I used to know,
Where those treetops glisten, and children listen,
To hear sleigh bells in the snow, the snow.

Then, I-I-I am dreaming of a white Christmas,
With every Christmas card I write,
May your days, may your days, may your days be merry and bright,
And may all your Christmases be white.

I-I-I am dreaming of a white Christmas,
Just like the ones I used to know,
Where the treetops glisten, and children listen,
To hear sleigh bells in the snow.

I-I-I am dreaming of a white Christmas,
With every Christmas card I write,
May your days, may your days, may your days be merry and bright,
And may all your Christmases be white.

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle bells all the way.
Ooooh.

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Monday, December 19, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - December 19, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 1 - Nathan East - "Reverence" - (Yamaha Entertainment Group"
2 - 2 - Peter White - "Groovin' - (Heads Up/Concord)
3 - 3 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
4 - 6 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
5 - 4 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
6 - 9 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
7 - 11 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
8 - 8 - Doc Powell - "This Is Soul" - (DPR Music)
9 - 5 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
10 - 7 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
11 - 10 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
12 - 12 - Lindsey Webster - "Back To Your Heart" - (Shanachie)
13 - 13 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
14 - 14 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
15 - 16 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
16 - 22 - Nick Colionne - "The Journey" - (Trippin 'N' Rhythm)
17 - 15 - Ken Navarro - "Bonfire" - (Positive Music Records)
18 - 26 - Steve Cole - "Turn It Up" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
19 - 18 - Reza Khan - "Wind Dance" - (Painted Media)
20 - 17 - Jaee Logan - "Sun Rider" - (Lounge Renown Records)


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Monday, December 12, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - December 12, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 1 - Nathan East - "Reverence" - (Yamaha Entertainment Group"
2 - 2 - Peter White - "Groovin' - (Heads Up/Concord)
3 - 3 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
4 - 4 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
5 - 7 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
6 - 9 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
7 - 5 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
8 - 12 - Doc Powell - "This Is Soul" - (DPR Music)
9 - 6 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
10 - 8 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
11 - 10 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
12 - 11 - Lindsey Webster - "Back To Your Heart" - (Shanachie)
13 - 14 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
14 - 13 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
15 - 15 - Ken Navarro - "Bonfire" - (Positive Music Records)
16 - 16 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
17 - 21 - Jaee Logan - "Sun Rider" - (Lounge Renown Records)
18 - 23 - Reza Khan - "Wind Dance" - (Painted Media)
19 - 17 - Jas Miller - "Follow The Sun" - (Jas Miller)
20 - 22 - Incognito - "In Search Of Better Days" - (Shanachie)


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Monday, December 05, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - December 5, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 2 - Nathan East - "Reverence" - (Yamaha Entertainment Group"
2 - 1 - Peter White - "Groovin' - (Heads Up/Concord)
3 - 2 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
4 - 6 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
5 - 4 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
6 - 8 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
7 - 10 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
8 - 5 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
9 - 11 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
10 - 7 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
11 - 13 - Lindsey Webster - "Back To Your Heart" - (Shanachie)
12 - 12 - Doc Powell - "This Is Soul" - (DPR Music)
13 - 9 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
14 - 15 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
15 - 16 - Ken Navarro - "Bonfire" - (Positive Music Records)
16 - 14 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
17 - 18 - Jas Miller - "Follow The Sun" - (Jas Miller)
18 - 21 - Herb Alpert - "Human Nature" - (Herb Alpert Presents)
19 - 19 - U-Nam - "Surface Level" - (Skytown Records)
20 - 43 - Brian Simpson - "Persuasion" - (Shanachie Entertainment)


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Monday, November 28, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - November 28, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 2 - Peter White - "Groovin' - (Heads Up/Concord)
2 - 3 - Nathan East - "Reverence" - (Yamaha Entertainment Group"
3 - 1 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
4 - 5 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
5 - 4 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
6 - 7 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
7 - 8 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
8 - 6 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
9 - 10 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
10 - 9 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
11 - 12 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
12 - 11 - Doc Powell - "This Is Soul" - (DPR Music)
13 - 13 - Lindsey Webster - "Back To Your Heart" - (Shanachie)
14 - 14 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
15 - 15 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
16 - 16 - Ken Navarro - "Bonfire" - (Positive Music Records)
17 - 17 - John Novello - "Ivory Soul" - (529 Music)
18 - 20 - Jas Miller - "Follow The Sun" - (Jas Miller)
19 - 19 - U-Nam - "Surface Level" - (Skytown Records)
20 - 22 - Jazmin Ghent - "Chocolate Sunshine" - (jazmingent.com)


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Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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Tuesday, November 01, 2016

World music guitarist Lawson Rollins muses time on "3 Minutes to Midnight" #jazz

Tick, tick, tick…World music guitarist Lawson Rollins muses time on “3 Minutes to Midnight”
 
The exotic and sensual first radio single, “Sway,” previews the January 20 album release that conveys the urgency of the moment.
  
 Three minutes to midnight. Time is lapsing. What would you do with the final moments of your day? Award-winning world beat guitarist Lawson Rollins pondered that question as he entered the recording studio to craft his seventh album, “3 Minutes to Midnight,” which will be released on January 20 via the Infinita Records label. Focusing on “the urgency of the moment, the exhilaration of the speed of sound, the poignancy of the remains of the day and the mystical power of the number three,” Rollins wrote a dozen multicultural compositions - all in the three minute range and illuminated by his prodigious fingerstyle guitar play. The recording is stripped down, punchy and concise, a radical departure for the Billboard chart-topping artist known for creating lavishly produced and elaborately-constructed tracks that are at least twice as long.
 
“I really made an effort to pare down my musical flights of fancy and focus on the essentials instead of diverging into various plots and subplots within the song structure. The songs have an urgent, succinct quality and are unencumbered by elaborate instrumentation. This is the first time I came up with the title and overall concept early on in the process. I don’t know if it’s a reaction to the times we live in, with our shrinking bandwidth for complexity and desire for clarity, or if I just wanted to be as impactful and expressive as I could across a range of emotions - from exciting, passionate and bursting with energy to sad, contemplative and meditative,” said Rollins, who will introduce the new material when the sultry first single, “Sway,” is serviced to radio programmers for airplay ahead of the album’s release date.
 
Like his previous discs, Rollins produced “3 Minutes to Midnight” with multi-platinum producer Dominic Camardella utilizing the same core group of musicians. Grammy-winning violinist Charlie Bisharat, bassist Randy Tico and drummer/percussionist Dave Bryant joined Rollins (guitar, keyboards, drum programming) and Camardella (piano, Rhodes piano, Hammond organ) along with newcomers to the fold Stephen Duros (drum programming) and Forrest Marquisse (pedal steel). Since fans have marveled at videos of his dazzling and dexterous classical guitar technique that have generated a whopping 8 million YouTube views, Rollins welcomed cameras into the Santa Barbara Sound Design studio to capture the recording of his guitar parts for three videos – including one lensed during the tracking of “Sway” – that are now posted on YouTube and Rollins’ website (www.LawsonRollins.com).  
 
Rollins has landed on Billboard’s Top 10 World Music Albums chart and four of his collections placed singles on the Billboard Top 30 contemporary jazz radio chart. Recently he collected three major awards from the Akademia Music Awards (Best Jazz Song), the USA Songwriting Competition (1st place, Instrumental) and the Global Music Awards (triple gold medal winner). Why does the number three continue to come up for the long-time San Francisco resident? 
 
“Three is a significant number that resonates in the human psyche and has a mystical power in our culture. Three is significant not only in world religions, but also in simple human terms with our body, mind and spirit triad. With songs, we have a beginning, middle and end. We even sync up with others on the count of three. Ready, set, go!,” noted Rollins, who released the albums “Traveler” and “Infinite Chill (The Remix Sessions)” last year, spawning the radio hits “Berlin Bossa” and “CafĂ© Paris (chill remix).”  
 
The “3 Minutes to Midnight” album, which was mastered at New York City’s Sterling Sound, contains the following songs:
 
“3 Minutes to Midnight”
“Light the Way”
“Sway”
“Island Time”
“Driving Force”
“Southbound”
“Stringdance”
“Time Shift”
“Reveal”
“Split Second”
“Eternal”
“Mary’s Rock”

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Monday, October 31, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - October 31, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 1 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
2 - 5 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
3 - 4 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
4 - 12 - Peter White - "Groovin' - (Heads Up/Concord)
5 - 9 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
6 - 2 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
7 - 6 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
8 - 10 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
9 - 15 - Nathan East - "Reverence" - (Yamaha Entertainment Group"
10 - 8 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
11 - 3 - John Novello - "Ivory Soul" - (529 Music)
12 - 19 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
13 - 11 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
14 - 13 - Ken Navarro - "Bonfire" - (Positive Music Records)
15 - 7 - Keiko Matsui - "Journey To The Heart" - (Shanachie)
16 - 14 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
17 - 24 - Lindsey Webster - "Back To Your Heart" - (Shanachie)
18 - 25 - Jazmin Ghent - "Chocolate Sunshine" - (jazmingent.com)
19 - 17 - James Day - "Repertoire" - (Song King)
20 - 26 - U-Nam - "Surface Level" - (Skytown Records)


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Monday, October 24, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - October 24, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 1 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
2 - 2 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
3 - 3 - John Novello - "Ivory Soul" - (529 Music)
4 - 8 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
5 - 4 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
6 - 7 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
7 - 5 - Keiko Matsui - "Journey To The Heart" - (Shanachie)
8 - 6 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
9 - 10 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
10 - 12 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
11 - 9 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
12 - 55 - Peter White - "Groovin' - (Heads Up/Concord)
13 - 28 - Ken Navarro - "Bonfire" - (Positive Music Records)
14 - 14 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
15 - 25 - Nathan East - "Reverence" - (Yamaha Entertainment Group"
16 - 11 - Nick Colionne - "The Journey" - (Trippin 'N' Rhythm)
17 - 16 - James Day - "Repertoire" - (Song King)
18 - 26 - Reza Khan - "Wind Dance" - (Painted Media)
19 - 33 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
20 - 13 - Chris Standring - "Ten" - (Ultimate Vibe Recordings)


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Monday, October 17, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - October 17, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 1 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
2 - 2 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
3 - 5 - John Novello - "Ivory Soul" - (529 Music)
4 - 14 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
5 - 4 - Keiko Matsui - "Journey To The Heart" - (Shanachie)
6 - 3 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
7 - 7 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
8 - 11 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
9 - 6 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
10 - 19 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
11 - 15 - Nick Colionne - "The Journey" - (Trippin 'N' Rhythm)
12 - 8 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
13 - 16 - Chris Standring - "Ten" - (Ultimate Vibe Recordings)
14 - 31 - Adam Hawley - "Just The Beginning" - (Kalimba)
15 - 13 - Boney James - "Futuresoul" - (Concord Music)
16 - 17 - James Day - "Repertoire" - (Song King)
17 - 21 - Brian Culbertson - "Funk!" (BCM Entertainment)
18 - 12 - Michael Lington "Second Nature" - (Copenhagen Music)
19 - 18 - Philippe Saisse - "On The Level" - (Badar Log Music)
20 - 33 - Greg Manning - "Sugar & Spice" - (Kalimba)


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Friday, October 14, 2016

Anna Danes - "Find Your Wings" - Release October 28th #jazz

Breast Cancer Awareness Month has an entirely new meaning this year for jazz singer Anna Danes (www.AnnaDanes.com). As the positive-minded chanteuse plotted with her team for the release of her empowering “Find Your Wings” album, an intimate acoustic jazz collection of standards and original love songs that will be released on October 28, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Turning to her own encouraging messages of hope and inspiration, she has not missed a beat and is using her health challenge to educate others by journaling her experience on a cancer blog and as source material for her upcoming book, motivational speaking engagements and personal growth products.
 
Danes’ second album, produced by Dave Darling, is about breaking free of whatever is holding you back from doing what you love. It’s her own story as the San Diego-based former lawyer and stay-at-home mother who escaped communist Poland with her family as a child only began singing three years ago. By believing in herself, she has completely transformed her life. Unimaginably, Danes found herself in the iconic Capitol Records Studios recording “Find Your Wings” where two of her role models, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, recorded.
 
Influenced by the starkly-produced vocal jazz albums made by Tony Bennett and Bill Evans, Darling adorned Danes’ grand and expressive voice with sparse accompaniment from an astute jazz trio consisting of piano, upright bass and drums. Half of the date is composed of five gems from the Great American Songbook plus a mesmerizing, emotionally-baring tune from blues singer Janiva Magness (“When You Were My King”). The other half is songs co-authored by Danes: the uplifting title track and five songs chronicling her most recent relationship, including its painful conclusion.          
 
In addition to her recording career, Danes created a production company to bring live jazz events to the San Diego market. She produces the area’s popular Jazz on Cedros series that will host her album release concert on the release date. Have you listened to “Find Your Wings” and considered Danes for an interview, feature, performance, record review or an appropriate roundup piece? Please let me know if you need anything on our end. Thanks for your open ears.

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“Moving On”: Jazz fusion guitarist Tyler Reese rediscovers his creative muse on “Reminiscence,” arriving November 4.

Guitarist Tyler Reese found that being a busy Nashville session player all week and touring in a country band every weekend left little time to explore his own musical creativity. The 23-year-old, once summoned to Paisley Park to play for Prince and who studied at the feet of jazz guitar legend Pat Metheny, re-immersed himself in the music that first sparked his passion and imagination: jazz fusion. Carving time to revisit his roots resulted in the varied guitar-driven, jazz odyssey titled “Reminiscence,” featuring ten of his original compositions. The platter, produced by Jeff Silverman (Rick Springfield, Hiroshima, The Allman Brothers Band, Tim Weisberg) and Reese, will be released on November 4 and is prefaced at radio by the spirit-lifting, sweetly melodic acoustic guitar sojourn “Moving On.”      
 
Reese composed “Reminiscence” to be an ambitious and intrepid expedition through vast jazz terrain. Most tracks slash through thickets of electric guitar-powered fusion, horn-highlighted funk and sprawling progressive rock. Others present delicate bouquets of acoustic guitar expressions, fragrant stems of gypsy jazz and new age meditations. Whether gracefully strumming gentle harmonies or dexterously plucking frenetic runs at dazzling speed with turn-on-the-dime precision, Reese’s fretwork primarily serves his engaging compositions, enabling his fingers to communicate evocatively and emote vividly.
 
“The seed of my inspiration for ‘Reminiscence’ came from needing a creative change and a musical recharge - something fresh and new - so I delved into writing and found myself back at my jazz roots and renewed my love of fusion. It has rekindled my musical soul. I hadn’t realized that I had so many ideas floating around in my head. The writing and production process was fun and inspiring, but challenging and liberating at the same time. The body of work is truly no holds barred, which is exactly what I was going for,” said Reese, a Fredericksburg, Virginia native who will return to the area to perform on November 20 at the Riverside Center and November 23 at The Tin Pan in Richmond. “I was never too much into songwriting, but after moving to Nashville and spending the past few years playing so many gigs, traveling extensively and going through certain life experiences, I was inspired to write. ‘Reminiscence’ encompasses all those experiences and places I’ve gotten to see, all of which are reflected in the writing.”
 
Reese studied classical piano for 14 years beginning at age three and started studying jazz guitar when he turned twelve. He cranked out his first album at age 15, “Risus21,” an energetic, moody and heavy progressive rock foray. Two years later, his “Because I Can” disc put a contemporary funk, rock and blues spin on a collection of straight-ahead jazz standards. He recorded a duets project two years ago with longtime Prince backup singer Elisa Fiorillo-Dease titled “Life in 20,” which is how he came to the attention of the late purple icon. Impressed, Prince flew the guitarist to Minneapolis for a jam session and carefully studied the young prodigy’s technique. Reese attended a master’s guitar clinic taught by Metheny and calls the 20-time Grammy winner a mentor. During his sophomore year as a jazz performance guitar major at Berklee College of Music, Reese released a rock single, “Simply To Choose,” his first collaboration with Silverman, who recruited the rock band Boston’s Kimberely Dahme to sing on the track. Feeling he learned all he could in the classroom, Reese left college early eager to launch his professional career.           
   
Released on the Tyler Reese Music label, the “Reminiscence” album contains the following songs:
 
“Moving On”
“Breaking Point”
“Out Of Orbit”
“Reflections”
“Astrotermination”
“2Funk”
“Escapade”
“Reminiscence”
“Headed Out”
“Emancipation”
 
Bonus Track: “Moving On” Radio Edit
 
 
For more information, please visit www.TylerReeseMusic.com

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Monday, October 10, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - October 10, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 1 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
2 - 2 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
3 - 4 - Keiko Matsui - "Journey To The Heart" - (Shanachie)
4 - 5 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
5 - 3 - John Novello - "Ivory Soul" - (529 Music)
6 - 10 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
7 - 13 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
8 - 9 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
9 - 6 - 3rd Force - "Glocal Force" - (Baja/TSR)
10 - 8 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
11 - 11 - Michael Lington "Second Nature" - (Copenhagen Music)
12 - 7 - Boney James - "Futuresoul" - (Concord Music)
13 - 19 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
14 - 26 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
15 - 14 - Chris Standring - "Ten" - (Ultimate Vibe Recordings)
16 - 12 - Nick Colionne - "The Journey" - (Trippin 'N' Rhythm)
17 - 16 - Philippe Saisse - "On The Level" - (Badar Log Music)
18 - 17 - James Day - "Repertoire" - (Song King)
19 - 22 - Kim Waters - "Rhythm and Romance" - (Shanachie)
20 - 20 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)


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Monday, October 03, 2016

Smooth Jazz Chart - Weekly Top 20 - October 3, 2016 #jazz


TW - LW - Artist - Album - (Label)
1 - 2 - The Rippingtons - "True Stories" - (Peak/eONE)
2 - 1 - Euge Groove - "Still Euge" - (Shanachie)
3 - 3 - John Novello - "Ivory Soul" - (529 Music)
4 - 5 - Paul Taylor - "Countdown" - (Pike/eOne)
5 - 4 - Keiko Matsui - "Journey To The Heart" - (Shanachie)
6 - 9 - BWB - "BWB" - (Artistry/Mack Avenue)
7 - 6 - 3rd Force - "Glocal Force" - (Baja/TSR)
8 - 8 - Chuck Loeb - "Unspoken" - (Shanachie)
9 - 13 - Marc Antoine - "Laguna Beach" - (Woodward Avenue)
10 - 11 - Michael Lington "Second Nature" - (Copenhagen Music)
11 - 7 - Boney James - "Futuresoul" - (Concord Music)
12 - 10 - Gerald Albright - "Taking Control" - (Bright)
13 - 14 - Chris Standring - "Ten" - (Ultimate Vibe Recordings)
14 - 12 - Nick Colionne - "The Journey" - (Trippin 'N' Rhythm)
15 - 26 - Richard Elliot - "Summer Madness" - (Heads Up/Concord)
16 - 19 - Paul Brown - "One Way Back" - (Woodward Avenue)
17 - 16 - Philippe Saisse - "On The Level" - (Badar Log Music)
18 - 15 - Brian Culbertson - "Funk!" - (BCM Entertainment)
19 - 20 - Paul Jackson Jr. - "Stories From Stompin' Willie - (Branch, Records Inc.)
20 - 17 - James Day - "Repertoire" - (Song King)


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