Tag: Bunnydrums

Bunnydrums- Reunion Show 2006

Bunnydrums reunion show from 2006 at World Cafe Live.
The summer of 2006, Frank Marr and I started to play live shows again with Marc Laurick (bass; 9 Fireman 9, Certain General, King Britt, Byard Lancaster), Howard Harrison (guitar; Martin Bisi) and Michael Mongiello (drums; Scareho). It was Marc Laurick that engineered the return of the band to play live again and we continued to do shows for about another ten years, until Marc’s untimely passing away. In that period, we shared the stage with the Bush Tetras, Certain General, Pure Hell, Richard Lloyd, Stan Ridgway, Note Killers and others. These shows were a lot of fun to play, at one-point Marc arranged to have the great avant-garde saxophonist, Byard Lancaster to sit in with us which was a trip. Greg Davis, Bunnydrums’ original bass player and Joe Ankenbrand (drums), unfortunately, were not available to participate in this reunion. – from the Last Day Deaf interview
Thanks to Flipo from the Excuses for the audio.

01 – Boundaries
02 – Deep in the Heart
03 – Shiver
04 – Closed Eyes
05 – Frozen Hands
06 – Unknown
07 – TV Eye

MediaFire Zip of all files

Various Short Videos

Short video clips I got from Flipo from the Excuses

Flipper – Sex Bomb from Elks Center Mar 12 1982

Executive Slacks – Our Lady

Video from the Our Lady 12″ album

Bunnydrums – Too much time

Video for the Bunnydrums song Too Much Time from the album P • K • D (1983)

Bunnydrums – Shiver

Bunnydrums video for Shiver from P • K • D album

Billy Bragg – Love Gets Dangerous

Billy Bragg playing Love Gets Dangerous in a laundromat

Bunnydrums – Lee Paris Benefit – 05/03/86

Philadelphia Band Bunnydrums reunited for the Lee Paris/PCHA benefit show – Houston Hall, U of Penn 05/03/86. Bunnydrums grew out of two early punk bands from the late 70s scene in Philly – the Boneheads and The Autistics. The band was made up of singer/guitarist/saxophone player David Goerk, guitarist/bassist/trombone player Frank Marr, bassist/guitarist Greg Davis and drummer Joe Ankenbrand. The Bunnydrums explored many different phases of music resulting in their own unique sound. For a complete history check out the Last Day Deaf interview
Bunnydrums Bandcamp

Thanks to Flipo from the Excuses for the video.

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