Trumpeter Chris Botti Tops Jazz Charts

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Trumpeter Chris Botti's When I Fall in Love, a collection of jazz standards, remains at the top of Billboard's jazz chart this week.

Botti is followed by six singers: Madeleine Peyroux. Diana Krall, teenager Renee Olstead, Jane Monheit, Linda Ronstadt, and Harry Connick Jr.

The chart's biggest movers include vocalist Marilyn Scott, whose Nightcap jumps from number 22 to number 13. Vocalist/furniture designer Steve Tyrell's This Guy's in Love jumps to 15 after previously dropping out of the top 25; pianist Alice Coltrane's Translinear Light re-enters the chart at 22.

The BBC Big Band's Big Band Favorites, a three-disc set that includes "Pennsylvania 6-5000," "In the Mood," and other chestnuts, appears on the chart for the first time at number 25.

Kenny G's At Last... The Duets Album stays at the top of the contemporary jazz chart. The saxophonist's greatest-hits collection Ultimate Kenny G is also on the chart, at number three.


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