Probably not. With a bulb that actually uses 29 watts, I doubt it would get temps up high enough. You have to be careful when buying bulbs nowadays because everything has the word "replacement" or "equivalent" and then states underneath it that it "uses only (insert smaller wattage here)." Essentially, you want to find a bulb that is not a "replacement" or that the "only uses..." is around 45 watts or higher for incandescent bulbs.
The "replacement" part means that this light is bright enough to replace a bulb with 40 watts, in your case, while actually using 29 watts. This bulb is more efficient in creating light while also keeping heat output low. If they have a 75-watt replacement that uses 45 or more watts, then that should suffice. The key is to find out how many watts the bulb actually uses.