Karel Gott | CD LP MC Frühling in Prag mir dir

[Spring in Prague With You]

  1. album song  Text  Frühling in Prag mit Dir (3:41)
  2. album song  Text  Annelie (Kirmes-Polka) (2:26)
  3. album song  Text  Alle warten auf ersten Tanz (2:40)
  4. album song  Text  Liechtensteiner Polka (2:17)
  5. album song  Text  La Pastorella (4:17)
  6. album song  Text  Lieder so schön wie die Heimat (3:06)
  7. album song ne Text  In deinen Armen - Aber Nein - Brauchst du einen Mann, Louise (Die grossen Böhmischen Polkas) (2:17)
  8. album song  Text  Du bist mir die Liebste von allen (3:22)
  9. album song  Text  Jeder schmiedet sich sein Glück (2:59)
  10. album song  Text  Ich bin Dir dankbar fur Deine Liebe (3:22)
  11. album song  Text  Aber die Polka… (3:01)
  12. album song  Text  Dreimal… (3:43)
  13. album song  Text  Lass uns versöhnen - Ich freu mich so auf ein Weiderseh'n - Nimm meine Hand zum Abschied von mir (2:34)
Karel Gott | Frühling in Prag mir dir

CD LP MC Polydor 843473 (club 25186)


In 1990, in the atmosphere of the period after the revolution, Karel Gott recorded after a longer time an album with the greatest hits of folk music, mostly Czech songs. It's a great album, where you can feel a sort of pure feeling and you can almost feel the festive mood or the past times, 50 years back through the history, where the folk music was very popular. Though we miss Škoda lásky (Beer Barel Polka), which Karel Gott recorded several times before. But it's definitely an album which only of the folk music fans in Czech republic would buy, as well as the biggest of Karel Gott fans. That's probably the reason why Supraphone never has released a similar album and almost no Czech listener has ever heard Karel Gott singing folk songs. In German countries, this genre is still current, and not the music mostly only for grandmas and grandpas (as on Czech pop-music scene).