German Guitarist HUBI MEISEL Completes Work On New CD

After a production time of more than two years, German guitarist Hubi Meisel has completed work on his new concept album, "Kailash", which will be released through Lion Music on February 27, 2006. This time the concept story is all about the Himalayas, Tibet and the secrets of ancient Buddhist/Hindu culture and mythology.

Like on his previous concept disc "EmOcean", Hubi Meisel closely co-operated with French keyboardist/composer Vivien Lalu on the new CD. Musicians featured on album include world-class players from five different countries:

Hubi J. Meisel - Vocals
Vivien Lalu (LALU) - Keyboards
Marcel Coenen (SUN CAGED) - Guitars
Jorge Salán (MAGO DE OZ) - Guitars
Daniel Flores (MIND'S EYE) - Drums
Johan Niemann (THERION) – Bass

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