Running Man / Various: Running Man

Running Man / Various SKU: 36858132
Running Man / Various: Running Man

Running Man / Various: Running Man

Running Man / Various SKU: 36858132

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Title: Running Man
Artist: Running Man / Various
Label: Double Moon
UPC: 608917119923
Genre: Jazz

Running can mean many things. Running away from something or someone, moving forward at the highest level, never settling down, thinking acting and living extremely. Running is also a metaphor for our entire existence. It's quite possible that the Cowboys From Hell also feel this way. Following their previous two releases, they've called their new album "Running Man." At first glance, this sounds like the logical continuation of their once brutal sound avalanches, for which there are so many drastic comparisons in the media as "music that is always able to scare your grandmother, but also tells stories that are worth being told." (Jazzthetik) But somehow booming ears and throbbing skull membranes no longer seem to be the goal of the high-sped cowboys. "We did not want to be as blatant as we used to be," saxophonist Christoph Irniger described the surprisingly multi-faceted development process of the trio documented in nine songs. If he, bassist Marco Blochlinger and drummer Chrigel Bosshard did it the hard way in the past, then that meant: "Wild at any price, complicated and full of biting humor. Of course, these are all things that still have a certain value for us. But in the meantime, we do not have to show that we can play really difficult stuff... In the meantime, we want one thing above all: finally to be authentic."


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