Bona, Richard / Bona Makes You Sweat
Album:Bona Makes You Sweat Collection:World
Artist:Bona, Richard Added:Oct 2008
Label:Decca Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2009-01-11 Pull Date:2009-03-15 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Mar 15Mar 8Mar 1Feb 15Feb 8Feb 1Jan 25Jan 18

Recent Airplay
1.Jul 01, 2009:Getting Over the Hump!
Indisretions & Please Don't Stop
4.Mar 12, 2009:Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
O Sen Sen Sen
2.Apr 30, 2009:Happy Hour
Djombwe & I Wish & Trains
5.Mar 05, 2009:Sunshine ... in the Afternoon
Djombwe & I Wish & Trains
3.Apr 23, 2009:Happy Hour
Indisretions & Please Don't Stop
6.Feb 22, 2009:Sunday Afternoon Baseball Rainout

Album Review
Don Farrell
Reviewed 2009-01-11 
Bassist/singer/songwriter Jazz musician born in Cameroon. Lives in NYC by way of Germany and France, 5 solo albums, this is his first live concert CD, recorded in Budapest. Has recorded & toured with Manu Dibango, Salif Keita & Pat Metheny & musical director for Harry Belafonte's European tour.
***1: 13:25 mid fast mini Latin groove at 4:32 applause & transition to mid tempo, male vocal then back to mini Latin trumpet groove.
2: 8:02 keyboard noodling, male vocal, slow
3: 5:26 keyboard noodling intro @ 1 min picks up a bit, big bass, male vocal @ 3 min picks up a bit more, trumpet
****4: 6:17 scat vocal. with looping a cappella yields a choir, mid fast tempo
***5: 6:49 very nice fast African/Latin dance number, male vocal, instruments take the lead. gets the audience in the groove.
***6: 8:40 cool Miles trumpet, nice groove, male vocal in English, mid tempo, nice e guitar groove @ 6:40.
***7: 9:51 locked bass drum groove, mellow instrument noodling groove, male vocal, lots of applause during the tune. very nice groove, @ 8:50 applause and then a minute more music
8: 5:41 fast African/Latin dance tune, fast male vocal, nice percussion lots of applause at end. D  Farrell   01/2009

Track Listing
1.Engingilaye & Ekwa Mwato 5.O Sen Sen Sen
2.Kivu & Suninga 6.Indisretions & Please Don't Stop
3.Kalabancoro 7.Djombwe & I Wish & Trains
4.Samaouma 8.Te Dikalo