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Mark Kramer

Mark Kramer
United States
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Mark Kramer (born Stephen Michael Bonner in New York City in 1958), known professionally as Kramer, is a musician, composer, record producer and founder of the New York City record label Shimmy-Disc. He was a full-time member of the bands New York Gong, Shockabilly, Bongwater, and Dogbowl & Kramer, has played on tour (usually on bass guitar) with bands such as Butthole Surfers, B.A.L.L., Ween, Half Japanese, and The Fugs (1984 reunion tour), and has also performed regularly with John Zorn and other improvising musicians of New York City's so-called "downtown scene" of the 80s.
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Hugh Hopper & Kramer — Huge Hugh Hopper & Kramer — Huge
(Blueprint BP248CD, 1997/2012, CD)
Daevid Allen & Kramer — Hit Men Daevid Allen & Kramer — Hit Men
(Shimmy Disc / Second Shimmy shimmy 080, 1995, CD)
Hugh Hopper & Kramer — A Remark Hugh Made Hugh Hopper & Kramer — A Remark Hugh Made
(Shimmy Disc / Second Shimmy Sh-076, 1994, CD)
Daevid Allen & Kramer — Who's Afraid? Daevid Allen & Kramer — Who's Afraid?
(Shimmy Disc / Second Shimmy shimmy 060, 1992, CD)
Tenko — Slope - Gradual Disappearance Tenko — Slope - Gradual Disappearance
(Shoh-120, 1987/2001, CD)

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