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Richard Burton

Richard Burton is a pianist, composer and producer. He has performed professionally since he was 12 years old. He has played with a wide range of musicians such as Ron Thomas, Bill Goodwin, Clarice Assad, Tony Marino, Johnny DeFrancesco, Sue Terry, Adam Niewood, Mike Falcone, Glenn Ferracone, Lee Smith, Chico Huff, Nancy Reed, Paul Klinefelter, Joe Millen, Tom Reese, Laurie Haines Reese, Vic Juris, Bill Washer, Dave Liebman, Terry Klinefelter, Matt Vashlishan, Ray Ferretti, Bobby Rose, Brent Shallcross, Kristin Garson, Mike Byrne, Roger Morgan, Marc Adler, Bob Sembellico, Adrian Moring, Connor Koch, Patrick McGee, Oscar Williams, Jr., Peter Paulsen, Don Mikkelsen, Ross Patterson, Seth Mellon, John Swana, Al Moretti, Gene Perla and.......

Scenes From A Voyage To Arcturus

Label: Vectordisc Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Chrystalman's County; The Starkness Observatory And The Night Departure; Joiwind; Backhouse The Medium At Prolands, The Hempstead; The Apparition; Muspel; Gazing Over Towards Barey; The Music Of Swaylone's Island; The Murder Of Spadevil And Tydomin; The Lusion Plain; Tydomin; Panawe, The Husband of Joiwind; The Muspel Stream, Chrystalman's Food; Arcturus.'

Fat Samba

Label: Vectordisc Records
Released: 2011


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