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Beyond Country And Blues: The Jazz Legacy Of Houston

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Robert Glasper's new piano trio album is called Covered. Don Q. Hannah/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robert Glasper Puts His Trio On Shuffle

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Robert Glasper Experiment: Tiny Desk Concert

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Robert Glasper Experiment, Live In Concert: Newport Jazz 2013

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Robert Glasper Experiment fuses hip-hop, blues, soul and rock with jazz music. Mike Schreiber hide caption

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Robert Glasper Experiment On World Cafe

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Robert Glasper leads his band through experiments in jazz, hip-hop, R&B and rock on his new album, Black Radio. Mike Schreiber hide caption

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Robert Glasper: A Unified Field Theory For Black Music

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Robert Glasper Experiment's new album, Black Radio, comes out Feb. 28. Mike Schreiber/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Robert Glasper Trio: Live At The Village Vanguard

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