Rich La Bonté

Rich La Bonté (1946) is an American musician, writer, editor. La Bonté has five published novels: Susan and The Wolf (1989), Useful Humans (1990), Simple Deities (2002), The Greater Future (2003), Many Teeth (2005) and the short story collection Yellowflower (2005). La Bonté worked as a musician from his early teens and played bass and sang in the 1970s original New York and Los Angeles cast productions of the almost mythical musical Godspell. La Bonté created fLAtDiSk SoftWorks as a freeware company in the late 20th Century. At that time fLAtDiSk was the home of fLAtDiSk Fanzine (a Xeroxed music rag from 1976-1983), and fLAtDiSk Records (a vinyl independent subsidiary of the now tragically defunct Moxie Record Company.) fLAtDiSk Records had several obscure 20th Century releases, the most notable being "Kim Fowley: Son of Frankenstein" for Moxie Records, which Rich co-wrote and co-produced with Mr. Fowley. The record spawned the frequently rediscovered college radio hit "Invasion of the Polaroid People" and was later re-released on CD as Kim Fowley's Bad News From The Underworld (Bomp! Records). La Bonté co-released the classic R. Stevie Moore red vinyl single "New Wave" for Mr.


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