The album, her sixth on the Blue Note label, features blues songs by Blind Lemon Jefferson and Willie Dixon, Jakob Dylan's "Closer to You," and songs by producer T-Bone Burnett and members of her band, who include keyboardist Keith Ciancia, drummer Jim Keltner, bassist Reginald Veal, guitarists Colin Linden and Marc Ribot, and producer Mike Elizondo.
Michael Bubl_'s It's Time remained at number one, while Chris Botti's To Love Again fell to number three and Bubl_'s Caught in the Act dropped to number four.
Also new to the chart was guitarist Pat Martino's Remember: A Tribute to Wes Montgomery at number 11; singer Erin Boheme's What Love Is at number 17; Sangam, from saxophonist Charles Lloyd, tabla player Zakir Hussain, and drummer Eric Harland, at number 20; and guitarist Mimi Fox's Perpetually Hip at number 23.
On the contemporary-jazz chart, Herbie Hancock's Possibilities remained at number one. Medeski Martin and Wood's Note Bleu: Best of the Blue Note Years, 1998-2005 debuted at number six. New entries also included an "urban jazz" compilation called Sweet & Sexy at number 13 and saxophonist Nelson Rangell's Souls to Souls at number 15.