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B612 is the new album of the project Riccardo Romano Land.

Riccardo Romano is the keyboard player of the "Ranest Rane" band as well as "Steve Rothery Band" and today he presents himself with his new solo composition.

The debut CIRCU5 album from British multi-instrumentalist, Steve Tilling, features guest performances from Dave Gregory (XTC, Big Big Train), Phil Spalding (Mike Oldfield), Matt Backer (ABC), Alan van Kleef (Ariel X), Johnny Warman (Peter Gabriel) and Andy Neve (Steve Hackett).

The songs follow the narrative thread of the novel, intertwined with the life of the French writer, being told with the musical influences and texts by the story of the album? Everything becomes a symbol and metaphor to describe the same journey with different points of view.

The album has been mixed by British musician and sound producer Bruce Soord, the frontman of the band The Pineapple Thief, who also worked with such grands of progressive music scene as Opeth, Anathema, Riverside, Tesseract and Blackfield.

Songs from the album tell a story about the struggle and difficulties a person faces in a modern urbanistic, globalized world, a journey from the lowest point of fall to a free flight, from death to rebirth.

after some line-up changes, in 2011, David joins keyboardist Ronaldo Rodrigues, also a member of the brazilian bands as Arcpelago and former Massahara, Modulo 1000 and O Terço Side B, for a new line-up, following as a trio format including the drumer Elcio Cáfaro.

David's main influences range from the harmonic richness of brazilian progressive music as national bands O Terço, Terreno Baldio, Som Nosso De Cada Dia, Azymuth and Veludo, to international references of seventies follow in the line of Genesis, Yes, PFM, Le Orme, Museo Rosenbach, Mike Oldifield and Nektar.

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The album 4.1 was named among the best new releases of 2011 by blogs "Na Mira do Groove and Meio Desligado" and in September of 2012, was chosen to integrate the collection "New Music Across the Map", organized by the musical section of the English newspaper The Guardian.