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Richard Barbieri net worth, biography and wiki:Richard Barbieri (pronounced /bɑrbiˈɛəri/; bahr-bee-air-ee) (born 30 November 1957, in London, England) is an English synthesizer player, keyboardist and composer. He was educated at Catford Boys' School, Catford, South East London. Originally coming to prominence in the late-1970s and early-1980s as a member of new wave pioneers Japan (and their brief 1989–1990 reincarnation as Rain Tree Crow), he is now best known as the keyboard player in the progressive rock band Porcupine Tree, of which he has been a member since 1993. Wikipedia
|Birth date:||November 30, 1957|
|Birth place:||London, United Kingdom|
|Profession:||Soundtrack, Visual Effects|
|Music groups:||Porcupine Tree (Since 1993), Japan, JBK, Rain Tree Crow, The Dolphin Brothers|
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|1||On tour with Porcupine Tree. [September 2009]|
|2||During his time with Japan, he worked (with the assistance of lead singer/occasional keyboard player David Sylvian) on programming the band's analogue (and early digital) synthesizers to create original sounds and textures. On record, these were played by whichever member of Japan could interpret the performance best (generally drummer Steve Jansen, as "he had the best timing.") However, he performed the bulk of the keyboard playing live. His keyboard-playing role in Porcupine Tree is similarly split with frontman/producer Steven Wilson, with Barbieri processing the sound of other musicians in the band as well as playing more orthodox keyboard parts.|
|3||Despite his emphasis on sonic experimentation, he is also an accomplished keyboard player who has become more overtly traditional in his playing during his sixteen years with Porcupine Tree (and who currently plays electric and acoustic pianos and Mellotrons in addition to his analogue-styled synthesizer work).|
|4||He regularly guests with The Bays, an electronic improvisational group. Recent highlights for the band include two Radio One sessions for the late John Peel and concerts at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Brighton Dome.|
|5||Last name pronounced bahr-bee-air-ee.|
|6||Keyboard player with successful British band Japan 1974 - 1982. Fellow members: David Slyvian, Mick Karn & Steve Jansen|
|Static||1985||writer: "The experience of swimming"|
|Anew||2012||Video documentary short digital effects completed|
|Porcupine Tree: Anesthetize||2010||Video||Himself|
|Porcupine Tree: Arriving Somewhere...||2006||Video||Himself|
|Top Ten||1999||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Oil on Canvas||1983||Video||Himself (as Japan)|
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