"Best of 2001" lists: Jazz

Several weeks ago, I posted a list of Downbeat magazine's top jazz recordings for 2001. Continuing with that thread, here are the top 50 jazz CD's for 2001 as chosen by JazzTimes magazine (presumably listed in order of finish):
1. Jason Moran: Black Stars (Blue Note)
2. Bob Belden: Black Dahlia (Blue Note)
3. Roy Campbell: Ethnic Stew and Brew (Delmark)
4. Henry Threadgill: Everybody's Mouth (Pi)
5. Anthony Braxton: Quintet (Basel) 1977 (hatOLOGY)\
6. William Parker: O'Neal's Porch (Centering)
7. Dave Holland: Not For Nothin' (ECM)
8. Bill Charlap: Written in the Stars (Blue Note)
9. Roy Haynes: Birds of a Feather (Dreyfus)
10. Marilyn Crispell, Gary Peacock, Paul Motian: Amaryllis (ECM)
11. Henry Threadgill: Up Popped The Two Lips (Pi)
12. Cuong Vu: Come Play With Me (Knitting Factory)
13. Michael Brecker: Nearness of You (Verve)
14. Ray Brown: Superbass 2 (Telarc)
15. Tom Harrell: Paradise (Bluebird)
16. Greg Osby: Symbols of Light (Blue Note)
17. Fred Hersch: Songs Without Words (Nonesuch)
18. Keith Jarrett: Inside Out (ECM)
19. Chris McGregor: Travelling Somewhere (Cuneiform)
20. Dave Douglas: Witness (Bluebird)
21. Brad Mehldau: Art of the Trio, Vol. 5: Progression (Warner Bros)
22. David S. Ware: Corridors & Parallels (AUM Fidelity)
23. Olu Dara: Neighborhoods (Atlantic)
24. David Sanchez: Travesia (Columbia)
25. Bill Frisell, Dave Holland, Elvin Jones (no title) (Nonesuch)
26. Rene Marie: Vertigo (MaxJazz)
27. Barry Guy New Orchestra: Inscape -- Tableau (Intakt)
28. Miles Davis: It's About That Time (Columbia/Legacy)
29. Kurt Elling: Flirting With Twilight (Blue Note)
30. Vanessa Rubin: Girl Talk (Telarc)
31. Kenny Barron, Regina Carter: Freefall (Verve)
32. John Scofield: Works For Me (Verve)
33. Dizzy Gillespie: Dizzy in South America, Vol. 3 (CAP)
34. Leon Parker: The Simple Life (Label M)
35. Doc Powell: Life Changes (Samson)
36. Jean-Paul Bourelly: Boom Bop (Jazz Magnet)
37. Ernest Ranglin: Gotcha! (Telarc)
38. Tardo Hammer: Somethin' Special (Sharp Nine)
39. Robert Barry, Fred Anderson: Duets 2001 (Thrill Jockey)
40. George Mraz: Morava (Milestone)
41. Indigenous People: Unite (Jazzateria)
42. Esbjorn Svensson: Somewhere Else Before (Columbia)
43. James Emery: Luminous Cycles (Between the Lines)
44. Diana Krall: The Look of Love (Verve)
45. Ben Allison: Riding the Nuclear Tiger (Palmetto)
46. Chick Corea: Past, Present, and Futures (Stretch)
47. Karrin Allyson: Ballads (Concord)
48. Chucho Valdes: Solo - Live in New York (Blue Note)
49. Four80East: Nocturnal (Higher Octave)
50. Charlie Haden, Gonzalo Rubalcaba: Nocturne (Verve)

Top 10 Re-Issues:
1. Thelonious Monk: Monk in Tokyo (Columbia/Legacy)
2. Sun Ra: Nuclear War (Atavistic)
3. Larry Young: Lawrence of Newark (Perception)
4. Phil Ranelin: The Time Is Now! (Hefty)
5. Charles Mingus: Tijuana Moods (Bluebird)
6. Count Basie: Breakfast Dance and Barbeque (Roulette)
7. Nat Adderley: Introducing Nat Adderley (Verve)
8. Albert Nicholas: Albert's Back in Town (Delmark)
9. Booker Little: And Friend (Avenue)
10. Blossom Dearie: Sings Comden and Green (Verve)

Good listening to everyone!
I was not aware of the list Sd, thanks for posting it! The problem will be deciding which artists appeal most to my taste and how many I can afford.

Oddly enough, the last title, Charlie Haden, Gonzalo Rubalcaba: Nocturne. Looks the most appealing to me. I love both of these artists and wonder what they have cooked up together.
Another Campbell post that gets the highest form of praise - I printed it out. I'm still working off your "Best I Heard" list.

Sincerely, I remain
I love those posts! Thanks...
I'm going to print this one. I forgot to print the last one :~( Thanks SD!!
Great list ...except ya gotta wonder the selection for Diana Krall: The Look of Love ... in my opinion, badly recorded, over orchestrated and very average enginering... If I heard another Krall demo at CES, I was going to trash the place, shes good but please !!

Have to admit Dave Holland: Not For Nothin' (ECM), is so far my favoite of the ones I got !