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Running Through with the Sadness

Running Through with the Sadness by Hungry March Band
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Hungry March Band

Label: Imaginator
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Ghost Puppy; Mali Mali; Shimmy; Zombie Dog; Whichawhicha; Eclipso Calypso; Off the Hook; Running Through with the Sadness; Swirling Spaceman; Ataraxia (digital bonus)


Hungry March Band
Jason Candler
saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel / Information

Emily Fairey - tenor
Sasha Sumner - soprano
Jason Candler - alto / baritone
Tove Langhof - tenor
Okkon Tomohiko Yokoyama - alto
Phillippe Boyer - tenor

Cousin John Heyenga
Jeremy Mushlin
John Waters
Jennifer Harder

Sebastian Isler
Cecil Scheib
Kevin Virgilio

Tom Abbs
Ben Fausch

Kris Anton - snare etc.
Anders Nelson - snare
David Rogers-Berry - bass drum
Samantha Tsistinas - cymbals
Adam Loudermilk - hand percussion
Sara Valentine - clave, cowbell
Theresa Westerdahl - tambourine

HMB Pleasure Society:
Sara Valentine
Despina Stamos
Sarah King
Libby Sentz
Jill Woodward

Album Description

Running Through with the Sadness represents Hungry March Band’s first full-length studio album in over a decade, and their first pressed to vinyl. The record is an explosion of irreverent energy and a veritable lesson in spastic instrumental dance music. It was meticulously produced over the course of years, indicating a forward step in the evolution of the radical street brass sound.


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