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Norah Jones top seller at Bart's CD Cellar again

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Norah Jones' latest effort, The Fall, nabbed the top spot at Bart's CD Cellar for the second week in a row. Tom Petty's four-disc Live Anthology, released last week on Reprise, came in second while Them Crooked Vultures' self-titled debut came in third for the week ending November 29. Bob Dylan's Christmas in the Heart and Blakroc's new self-titled album rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.


Bart's CD Cellar

Top Sellers 11.29.2009

1.   Norah Jones - The Fall
2.   Tom Petty - Live Anthology
3.   Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures
4.   Bob Dylan - Christmas in the Heart
5.   Blakroc - Blakroc
6.   Tom Waits - Glitter and Doom Live
7.   Rosanne Cash - The List
8.   Lyle Lovett - Natural Forces
9.   John Mayer - Battle Studies
10. Rickie Lee Jones - Balm in Gilead

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