At No. 1 on the JazzWeek Jazz Chart after three weeks at the top in February and March is Ed Cherry Are We There Yet? (Cellar Music Group). Most added (+25) is Michael Dease The Other Shoe: The Music of Gregg Hill (Origin). Biggest mover (+84) is Eric Reed Black, Brown, and Blue (Smoke Sessions). Highest debut (No. 35) is Kendrick Scott Corridors (Blue Note). Most reported (47 stations) is Jeremy Pelt The Art Of Intimacy Vol. 2 His Muse (HighNote).
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