Dirty Dozen Brass Band Anthology Debuts on Billboard Chart

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This Is the Dirty Dozen Brass Band Collection, a greatest-hits collection from the 28-year-old New Orleans collective, made its first appearance on the Billboard jazz chart this week at number 15.

Debuting at number 19 was Live From Las Vegas, a collection of tracks recorded by trumpeter/vocalist Louis Prima and vocalist Keely Smith in 1958, at number 19; Los Hombres Calientes' Volume 5: Carnival turned up on the chart for the first time at number 22.

Vocalist Michael Bubl_'s It's Time remained at number one for the 11th week.

Kenny G's At Last... The Duets Album topped the contemporary jazz chart. Saxophonist Steve Cole's Spin debuted at number 14; the Japanese group Hiroshima's Obon made its first appearance at number 21.

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