Club Merano’s début album was written & composed partly by the lakeside in Finland, in the prairies of Portugal and high mountains of Himalaya, Nepal.
It was recorded in an old pig house farm studio in Kirkkonummi, Finland by Harpov and mixed by “The Baron of Sealand”, record maker James Spectrum (Pepe Deluxe) in Helsinki, Finland 2011. Guitars were recorded by Jussi Jaakonaho in Hitsville Studios, Finland.

Club Merano’s High Road album is an engaging song collection consisting of eleven tracks analogically recorded (analog/digitally mastered) introspective listening experience, delivering moods from European progressive rock, psychedelic pop, oriental music, folk, cinematic scores and spaghetti western (pasta nordica).

Uplifting northern melancholia in the spirit of the seventies…set on the releasing date 23rd of November 2011.

Edited by Harpov on 29 Oct 2011, 13:51

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