Patrick Lindner’s new album and the Egerland rebel – Bohemian sounds at best would you Patrick Lindner wondering why he has taken on a Bohemian album, then the album title as answer might already meet: “Bohemian it sounds best”. The detailed response of the charming Munchners gives much more insight into the background of this project: “I’ve been a long time titles such as ‘The music comes from Bohemia’, ‘It was in the Bohemian Forest’, the ‘heart-pain-Polka’, the ‘snow Waltz’ or ‘it must be but Bohemian’ in my live repertoire. At some point I realized that this music much like the people and it makes me huge fun to entertain the audience with this musical tidbit.” In fact: Who has attended the one or the other event in the past with Patrick Lindner, who could experience what a highlight is his Bohemian repertoire in concerts. There is geschunkelt, clapped, sang along and celebrated. And since it is at the moment no other Performers on the music market is, so game and authentic selling the Czech music, it was now high time to bring this project also on the plate. The album “Bohemian of best sounds” by Patrick Lindner and the Egerland rebels appears on the 27.01.2012 in the trade.
The Egerlander rebels under the leadership of Markus Maier Patrick Lindner had an excellent Orchestra on the side on his recordings. “We want to work together in the future more often”, says he, “because when I heard this Orchestra for the first time, I was immediately excited and thought that these young musicians are true experts and we should take this musical journey to Bohemia.” Result is an album that the tradition, which with stars such as Ernst Mosch and his Egerlander musicians, Karel Gott, or the great Peter Alexander Patrick Lambert is connected, continues in addition to familiar gives you also the one or the other new impulse. Star authors such as Christian Bruhn, Wolfgang Hofer, Walter Geiger and Robert young wrote the songs that eventually were skillfully produced by Hermann Weindorf and arranged. Good mood is guaranteed with popular hits like “Rosamunde”, “Bohemia in Austria was” or “You’re a lucky man”. Of course all Bohemian classic from Patrick Lambert live program are included; also a medley of Bohemia with the most beautiful songs, and as a special fund of the new composition “will be sad because who”, which is located in the Bohemian Orchestra recording, as well as in the party mix on the album. Label: Hit! And what for one! But what does all of this for the Patrick Lindner, the man good and successful pop productions was used and new hits landed the last with songs such as “You catch the Sun”, “Maybe you’re going to love” and “because you’re a hero”? Will you get to hear him in the future? Don’t worry is a new pop album by Patrick Lindner in planning.
It will appear in the fall of 2012. Until then, he takes his existing and certainly many new fans along for the ride in the Sudetenland, the homeland of the brass band and the beautiful melodies.