Deluxe Edition 2CD (Release, 09.06.2017)
It’s the most successful music show on German TV in recent years. Sing my song “Das Tauschkonzert”. From 23/05/17 to 07/18/17, the format of success will enter the fourth round with a total of 9 episodes in which a lot will be familiar and a lot new. Familiar is the concept, in which top-class artists exchange their songs with colleagues and provide for all sorts of new interpretations. The hosts are new, Alec Völkel and Sascha Vollmer from The BossHoss will take over the role and have already announced some bosshossige changes.
Also this year there are extraordinary interpretations of familiar songs, which will be released on the accompanying album Sing Mein Song Das Tauschkonzert Vol. 4 on 09.06.17. On the one hand the standard version with 15 songs in the Super Jewelcase and on the other hand in the Deluxe version in digipack.
In the latter, for the first time since the beginning of Sing my song The Swap, all 43 songs from the entire season will be included. No matter which version of the album is preferred, both will convince with unique and imposing artistic representations and musicians that you have never really heard before.
In the breathtaking scenery of South Africa, the host duo welcome this time Mark Forster, Stefanie dumpling from Silbermond, Gentleman, Moses Pelham, Lena and Michael Patrick Kelly. With these names, the musical range is preprogrammed, because from rock to pop and from rap to reggae, everything is included and thus some surprises included.
Lena took the song You do not love me from the pen of Moses Pelham, which he wrote in 2008 for Sabrina Setlur. She made the former rap title a terrific interpretation that you will simply love. Michael Patrick Kelly transported Lena’s Song Traffic Lights to the Highlands and let the guitars speak. Silver moon front woman Stefanie dumpling is on It No Pretty, however, on words and they have it all. With her version she delivers such an impressive protest song that even gentleman is enthusiastic about the interpretation of his song. It is particularly exciting when the Rödelheim music producer Moses Pelham takes a closer look at The BossHoss song Sex On Legs and quickly makes a German rap song out of it. Gentleman, the reggae expert of the round, has Mark Forster’s title I’m just musically relocating to Jamaica and all infected with the groove. Mark Forster has a great deal of emotion in the silver moon Bestseller Something remains laid and surprised with a re-instrumentation of the title. And the new hosts of the show make from Moses Pelham’s song Höha, schnella, weita simply a song of their invented last season Crap genre (Country + Rap), in which they sat even as guests on the couch.