Almost exactly one year to the day after his fourth solo album "Young At Heart", Berlin's Hans-Dampf-in-allen-Gassen presents his next long player. It's called "A-Ramblin' And A-Howlin'" and goes back even more than its predecessor to the roots of R'n'R. Americana, blues, country and even bluegrass can be gleaned from the album's raw tones. Once again, the lonesome capital cowboy completed the 12 songs completely alone. "It's as if you're hearing unique snapshots." musikreview.de had already aptly diagnosed his last album. From October the "handsome fellow" will be roaming the country again with his guitar, crying, to tell about his experiences. The journey is his goal.
01 Honeybee 02 Poor Wretch Blues 03 Give a Dog a Bad Name 04 I Might Be Wrong 05 Life Is Worth a Ride 06 Every Jack Has His Jill 07 Barking Underdog 08 Looking for a change 09 The Man with a Head Full of Doubt 10 Both Hands Tied 11 Oh How I Long For 12 Pretty Willie