Bunny Brunel

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Bunny Brunel
Born France
Origin United States
Genres Jazz, jazz fusion
Occupation(s) Guitarist
Instruments Bass guitar
Associated acts CAB
Website www.bunnybrunel.com

Bernard 'Bunny' Brunel is a French-born American bass guitarist who has played with various jazz notables including Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, and others. He is a founding member of the jazz fusion band CAB, and is also involved in musical instrument design and film and television scoring.[1]

Discography[edit]

  • Touch (1979)
  • Ivanhoe (1980)
  • Momentum (1996)
  • Brunel's LA Zoo (1998)
  • Dedication (1993)
  • For You to Play (1994)
  • LA Zoo Revisited (2005)
  • Cafe Au Lait (2005)

With CAB[edit]

  • CAB (2000)
  • CAB 2 (2001)
  • CAB 4 (2003)
  • CAB Live At The Baked Potato (2006)
  • Theatre de Marionnettes (2009)
  • CAB Live On Sunset (2011) CD & DVD
  • As well as 3 Video CAB 1, CAB 2 and CAB at MI

With Pomeroy[edit]

  • Cocoon Club (2001)

With Didier Lockwood[edit]

  • Lockwood (1975)

With Chick Corea[edit]

With Michel Polnareff[edit]

  • Ze Tour (2007)

With Kazumi Watanabe[edit]

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