|Billboard 200 (U.S.)||Billboard||5|
|Billboard Top Jazz Albums (U.S.)||1|
|UK Album Chart||Top40-Charts||6|
|UK Album Year-End Chart||100|
|Australian Album Chart||Australian-charts.com||34|
|New Zealand Album Chart||charts.org.nz||40|
|French Album Chart||lescharts.com||75|
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