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Label: Quirkworks
Released: 1999


Article: Album Review

Richard Bone: Coxa

Read "Coxa" reviewed by Douglas Payne

The multitalented and multi-textual keyboardist Richard Bone continues his ambient reflections on mid-1960s jazz with Coxa, his tenth disc as a leader and a sequel of sorts to 1998's bossa-oriented Electropica. Coxa, an anatomical term meaning hip bone (clever, huh?), is again inspired by producer Creed Taylor's galvanizing Verve productions of the mid-1960s. Here, ...



Label: Quirkworks
Released: 1998


Article: Album Review

Richard Bone: Electropica

Read "Electropica" reviewed by Douglas Payne

Electropica is Rhode Islander Richard Bone's avant-ambient tribute to the significant influence of Bossa Nova. Bone is a one-man keyboard arsenal that launches his lush cocktails from the inspiration of Creed Taylor's Verve and CTI recordings of Antonio Carlos Jobim, Luis Bonfa, Joao Gilberto and Walter Wanderley. While the result doesn't possess the rich complexities of ...


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