Album artwork for R + R = Now (Live) by R + R = Now

In October 2018, Robert Glasper settled into the Blue Note club in NYC for a month-long residency several nights of which featured the new dream team collective R+R=NOW with Glasper on keys, Terrace Martin on synthesizer, vocoder, and alto saxophone, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah on trumpet, Derrick Hodge on bass, Taylor McFerrin on synthesizer, and Justin Tyson on drums. The band had recently released their debut album Collagically Speaking and the music had already taken on expansive new dimensions in concert as evidenced on R+R=NOW Live, a thrilling live recording with standout tracks including “Respond,” “Change of Tone,” “Resting Warrior,” and a cover of Kendrick Lamar’s “How Much a Dollar Cost.”

R + R = Now

R + R = Now (Live)

Blue Note
Album artwork for R + R = Now (Live) by R + R = Now
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Released 14/05/2021Catalogue Number

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Album artwork for R + R = Now (Live) by R + R = Now
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Released 12/02/2021Catalogue Number

3546162

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R + R = Now

R + R = Now (Live)

Blue Note
Album artwork for R + R = Now (Live) by R + R = Now
LPx2

£28.99£17.99

sale
Black
Released 14/05/2021Catalogue Number

3546164

Album artwork for R + R = Now (Live) by R + R = Now
CD

£6.99

Released 12/02/2021Catalogue Number

3546162

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

In October 2018, Robert Glasper settled into the Blue Note club in NYC for a month-long residency several nights of which featured the new dream team collective R+R=NOW with Glasper on keys, Terrace Martin on synthesizer, vocoder, and alto saxophone, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah on trumpet, Derrick Hodge on bass, Taylor McFerrin on synthesizer, and Justin Tyson on drums. The band had recently released their debut album Collagically Speaking and the music had already taken on expansive new dimensions in concert as evidenced on R+R=NOW Live, a thrilling live recording with standout tracks including “Respond,” “Change of Tone,” “Resting Warrior,” and a cover of Kendrick Lamar’s “How Much a Dollar Cost.”