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  • Audio CD (May 4, 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Special Products
  • ASIN: B00005Y80T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #957,092 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Fool's Game
2. You Never Take Me Dancing
3. Touch of Heaven
4. What's Your Story
5. Can't Lie to My Heart
6. Until I Find You Again
7. My Confession
8. Eternity
9. What's Wrong with That
10. The Image
11. Breathless
12. Miracle

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Richard Marx ~ Flesh & Bone

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I always loved Richard Marx' voice.
Marius Maxwell Krause
Anyone who truly appreciates REAL music must buy this album.
Distant Voyageur
Amazingly talented writer and singer.
J. Dercole

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Distant Voyageur on May 7, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Most people probably remember him for his 80s hits 'Don't Mean Nothing''Right Here Waiting'.
Unfortunately his commercial stock fell in the 90s after the 1989 masterpiece Repeat Offender. Repeat Offender had a angsty but fun sound.
The 1991 follow-up Rush Street was an excellent follow-up with the soulfull 'Keep Coming Back' with Luther Vandross and the beautiful 'Chains Around My Heart. The next album 1993s Paid Vacation was a dissapointment to me.
Four years go by and in 1997 Marx resurfaced with what I consider his strongest, most consistent album to date and what I consider one of the best albums of 1997. This album is nothing like the angstyness of his first two albums and is much more rich and heartfelt than it's predecessor. Richard has never sounded better.
The best tracks on this CD are Fools Game, Can't Lie To My Heart, My Confession, Eternity and Miracle.
Fools Game is brooding and haunting with a dark ominous atmosphere and old school beats. This song is almost opposite to Don't Mean Nothing. It's very cloudy and almost stormy. You Never Take Me Dancing has a much rockier feel with snappy beats that orph into more regular drums. Touch Of Heaven is funky and is one of the best songs on this album. It could have made a good impact on the chart. What's Your Story is more bluesy and fun. Can't Lie To My Heart is the best of R&B. It is very jazzy, moody, and is one of the best songs on this CD. Until I find You Again is the companion song to Right Here Waiting only this song is more powerful. My Confession is the best song Marx has ever written. Richard Marx pours out his feelings on this song with a melancholy feel. Eternity has a feel very much like Confession with moody lyrics and dark melody.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Chad DeFeo on February 24, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In 1997, three years after the release of Paid Vacation, Richard Marx released his fifth album entitled, FLESH & BONE. Sort of a weird title for an album, but in the same manner, I like the album title. It has a certain ring to it that fits the album. Don't know what it is. Anyway, this album has a lot of potential and it is another one of my favorite albums, behind Repeat Offender and Rush Street.

FOOL'S GAME
Not bad. It could have been better.

YOU NEVER TAKE ME DANCING
I would have liked to have a little more music to backup Richard's vocals, but the song is amazing, and it is one of my favorites on the album.

TOUCH OF HEAVEN
The second & final single from the album. This song is not all that bad, but I wished it was done differently than what is heard on this album. But not a bad song.

WHAT'S YOUR STORY
This song, for some strangely odd reason, reminds of me of that song from New Kids On The Block: Hangin' Tough. I think that reason is probably why I enjoy hearing this song. Great song.

CAN'T LIE TO MY HEART
This song is really amazing. I don't know why. It just is. I really do enjoy hearing this song.

UNTIL I FIND YOU AGAIN
The first single from the album. By the release of this album, Richard Marx had been recording and performing his music for ten years. This song sounds so much like the material from the first album, mainly Hold On To The Nights. That is why I favor this song with a lot of pride.

MY CONFESSION
This may sound like a song that a younger pop artist would do, but Richard Marx took the liberty of sing a song that sounds like a song that would have been done by a future young pop star, and he sings this song extremely well.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 13, 2003
Format: Audio CD
Flesh and bone is one of the best musical works in its genres to ever be produced. The Richard Marx everybody knows about...one can say, has 'come of age' so to speak. this album has some really amazing numbers, my personal favourites being My Confession, Can't lie to my heart and Touch of heaven. Until i find you again is like an anthem for the broken hearted..with every word making more sense as the song progresses. Outstanding work by the genius Marx. Its true that all his works though not getting as much fame and recognition as they deserve...he is, i can safely say...one of the best musicians of all time, and Flesh and Bone is probably the best overall album that he has and probably ever will give to us.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 3, 2002
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Richard Marx returned to the music scene with this amazing and dazzling CD, after a four year hiatus after 1993's Paid Vacation, and it was well worth the wait. This is Richard at his most heartfelt and grown up. The songs have rich smooth grooves on each and every one. It's definitley his most well crafted and orchestrated album. The first single, was a lovely ballad called "Until I Find You Again". It starts off slow and builds to a nice climax. It belongs right up there with his other big ' love ballads '. "What's The Story" is a great up tempo song about useless junk printed about somebody. It has great lyrics. My favorite is " Garbage That You Swallow Gonna Someday Make You Fat". The best uptempo song here is "The Image". A great ditty that sounds like vintage Richard from his late 80's and early 90's work. "Breathless" is romantic and smooth, just like his '91 hit "Keep Coming Back". "You Never Take Me Dancing" has an infectious hook. It's too bad that this album dropped quickly on the charts. Many people have their opinions about Richard Marx. He's remembered as a puffy haired pop star from the 80's. If people gave talent and great music a chance, they'd see that he is NOT the same artist. This album is as tight and masterful as an album can get. You need to get this!.
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