BLUES ALBUMS

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Sales Data = BLUES ALBUMS
This week's top-selling blues albums, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music.
The week of
5
WEEKS AT NO. 1
5
WEEKS ON CHART
Trouble No More
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2
B.B. King Reflections Billboard Blues Albums
Reflections
2
LAST WEEK
2
PEAK POSITION
4
WEEKS ON CHART
3
The Robert Cray Band Time Will Tell Billboard Blues Albums
Time Will Tell
Gains in performance
4
Johnnie Taylor There's No Good In Goodbye Billboard Blues Albums
There's No Good In Goodbye
Gains in performance
5
Buddy Guy Blues Singer Billboard Blues Albums
Blues Singer
3
LAST WEEK
3
PEAK POSITION
5
WEEKS ON CHART
6
Susan Tedeschi Wait For Me Billboard Blues Albums
Wait For Me
6
LAST WEEK
1
PEAK POSITION
33
WEEKS ON CHART

Gains in performance
7
Etta James Let's Roll Billboard Blues Albums
Let's Roll
4
LAST WEEK
1
PEAK POSITION
9
WEEKS ON CHART
7
LAST WEEK
7
PEAK POSITION
4
WEEKS ON CHART
9
Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble Billboard Blues Albums
The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble
8
LAST WEEK
1
PEAK POSITION
40
WEEKS ON CHART

Gains in performance
10
Jim Belushi, Dan Aykroyd Have Love Will Travel Billboard Blues Albums
Have Love Will Travel
Jim Belushi, Dan Aykroyd
5
LAST WEEK
1
PEAK POSITION
7
WEEKS ON CHART
11
The Peter Malick Group Featuring Norah Jones New York City Billboard Blues Albums
New York City
The Peter Malick Group Featuring Norah Jones
Gains in performance
12
Peggy Scott-Adams Busting Loose Billboard Blues Albums
Busting Loose
13
LAST WEEK
12
PEAK POSITION
2
WEEKS ON CHART
13
Marcia Ball So Many Rivers Billboard Blues Albums
So Many Rivers
9
LAST WEEK
2
PEAK POSITION
11
WEEKS ON CHART
10
LAST WEEK
10
PEAK POSITION
6
WEEKS ON CHART
15
Corey Stevens Bring On The Blues Billboard Blues Albums
Bring On The Blues
Gains in performance
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