Kurt Rosenwinkel's Deep Song Makes First Appearance on Billboard Jazz Chart

Classic Arts News   Kurt Rosenwinkel's Deep Song Makes First Appearance on Billboard Jazz Chart
 
The first four slots on Billboard's jazz chart remain the same as last week, with, in order, Michael Bubl_'s It's Time, Chris Botti's When I Fall in Love, Madeleine Peyroux's Careless Love, and Diana Krall's The Girl in the Other Room.

Bubl_'s album has been on the chart for four weeks, and Botti's is in its twenty-third week.

The chart's only new entry is guitarist and composer Kurt Rosenwinkel's Deep Song, his fourth album with Verve, which makes its first appearance at number 13. Deep Song features Brad Mehldau on piano, Joshua Redman on tenor sax, and Ali Jackson and Jeff Ballard on drums.

The Louis Armstrong Collection re-enters the chart at number 23.

Kenny G's At Last. . . The Duets Album remains at number one on the contemporary jazz chart, with Pat Methany's The Way Up at number two. A mixed album called The Best Smooth Jazz. . . Ever! enters the chart at number 13, and the Latin/jazz band Matt Bianco's Matt's Mood, featuring vocalist Basia, enters at number 14.


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