Former URIAH HEEP Vocalist JOHN LAWTON To Release New Concept Album

The music industry is buzzing about the new concept album by former URIAH HEEP/LUCIFER'S FRIEND vocalist John Lawton titled "The Power Of Mind". An innovative new CD, conceived, written and produced by the CGI member Dr. Milen Vrabevski, but performed by John Lawton and Bulgarian ensemble Diana Express, "The Power Of Mind" is an exploration into the science of positive thinking and its applications to the subconscious mind. It features 14 amazing songs that showcase the soulful vocals of John Lawton and the powerful instrumentals by Diana Express which will leave you wanting to hear it again and again...

"'The Power Of Mind' is a concept album with positive thinking being the theme," John explains. "In the world of today, I don't think there are many better things to focus on. The way the songs flow into each other is really the way one would read a book or relate stories to friends. The melodies and lyrics say a lot about how we should view each other."

Lawton has built a reputation on his powerful vocals and charismatic personality and is regarded as one of the best singers around today. And now with "The Power Of Mind', John has reached an artistic peak.

In conclusion, John has this to impart to his longtime listeners, "People who know me and my background will expect something new and with 'The Power Of Mind' they have exactly that. The album is a collection of excellent songs very well played and produced and one which I am very proud of...so make sure you give it a good listen. Think positive and trust in the Power Of Mind."

Available soon on iTunes, "Fairy Tale" is the first single from "The Power Of Mind".

"The Power Of Mind" will be released on November 12 via Intelligent Music.

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