How Does It Feel? Revisited

Private eye titles lifted from Bob Dylan lyrics The Dylan/private eye connection continues. I've just started fooling around with this one, so any suggestions and/or comments are more than welcome.... Amphetamines and Pearls (1976, by John Harvey, featuring private eye Scott Mitchell) From "Just Like a Woman" The Geranium Kiss (1977, by John Harvey, featuring … Continue reading How Does It Feel? Revisited

My Scrapbook: Bob Dylan, Private Eye?

My Scrapbook Bob Dylan, Private Eye? Back in September 2018, Ayun Halliday (no relation to Brett) and Todd Alcott of Open Culture (the self-proclaimed "best free cultural and educational media on the web") had a little (okay, a lot of) fun at Bob Dylan's expense, presenting "Classic Songs by Bob Dylan Re-Imagined as Pulp Fiction Book Covers," featuring text … Continue reading My Scrapbook: Bob Dylan, Private Eye?

Suddenly the Air Was Full of Music…

Ladies and gentlemen, may I submit for your approval... SIDE A The Peter Gunn Theme | Buy this song Henry Mancini We kick off with the inevitable and instantly-recognizable thomping thud of Mancini's theme from perhaps the coolest TV eye of all time. This tune packs its own sort of menace, while never letting us forget that, … Continue reading Suddenly the Air Was Full of Music…

Jack Reacher

Created by Lee Child Pseudonym of James Grant (1954--) "I was thirty-six years old, a citizen of a country I had barely seen, and there were places to go and there were things to do. There were cities, and there was countryside. There were mountains, and there were valleys. There were rivers. There were museums, … Continue reading Jack Reacher

Ben Perkins

Created by Rob Kantner Imagine if Bob Seger and Raymond Chandler co-created a P.I. BEN PERKINS is not your average private eye. Most P.I.s prowl the mean streets of some big city--Ben lives in the Detroit suburb of Belleville, where he's in charge of maintenance and security at the rather toney apartment complex of Norwegian … Continue reading Ben Perkins