Mark Tulin

“The minute you walk in the room I break into a sweat. My hands begin to shake so bad I can't light my cigarette….”

Founding Electric Prunes bassist Mark Shalom Tulin was a fluid pocket and melodic player whose buoyant grooves and heavy motifs helped define the enduring art of garage rock.

Aside from his Prunes pedigree, Mark also plied his craft with various ensembles and sessions including Ananda Shankar (1970), Buckingham Nicks (1973), and Smashing Pumpkins’ Teargarden by Kaleidyscope Volume 1 (2009), among others.