Want A Season 3 Of Bosch? & More

All this information is from Michael Connelly via email and his web site –

Want A Season 3 Of Bosch? 

You can help make that happen by rating and reviewing season 2 on Amazon. They love to receive viewer feedback.

Note:  Also rate each episode at www.IMDb.com (owned by Amazon).

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Thank You – Bosch Season 2

Bosch season 2 has debuted strongly and I want to offer my heartfelt thanks to all of you who jumped on the show and started bingeing. The feedback has been wonderful and fulfilling. The whole Bosch team put their all into this season and it’s great to feel that it has paid off with so many viewers. Thanks for all the reviews and ratings. Keep ‘em coming and we’ll be watching season 3 this time next year! – Michael Connelly

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Auction – Bid On A Character Name In The Upcoming Harry Bosch Novel

Have you always wanted to see your name in a novel? Be the winning bidder and you’ll be a character in Michael Connelly’s next Harry Bosch novel, THE WRONG SIDE OF GOODBYE. Plus, Michael will send you a signed and personally inscribed hardcover copy of the book when it is in print in November. Michael Connelly will also match the winning bid up to $10,000.

Read the complete information here:  http://hosted.verticalresponse.com/211856/1504615ddf/1637500187/8216beb40c/ or at www.michaelconnelly.com

Bosch Season 2 information

Bosch Season 2 launches on March 11, 2016 in the USA, the UK, Germany and Austria. It will pull stories mainly from Trunk Music with elements from The Drop and The Last Coyote.

Season 2 official trailer on YouTube here https://youtu.be/HDmalm7AUd8

Visit the web site here http://www.michaelconnelly.com/extras/bosch-tv/ for links to the books in season 2.

Michael Connelly on Bosch Season 2.  Follow this link to his web site for the Q&A http://www.michaelconnelly.com/about/interviews/bosch-season-2/

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Bosch Season 2 starts March 11th

Titus Welliver’s Bosch will be back on the case on Friday, March 4, March 11th with its 10-episode Season 2, Amazon announced on Monday at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena.  (From TV Line) (I corrected this to March 11th)

“The show will take you through a number of issues impacting society today including police corruption and domestic terrorism,” added Connelly who says that his Bosch novel Trunk Music remains the backbone to the streaming show. In addition Season 2 will borrow from such Bosch books as The Drop and The Last Coyote. “They’re about 20 years old and needed to be updated with new storytelling,” said Connelly.

Season 2 also delves into Bosch’s personal life with his ex played by Sarah Clarke. Also, “an interesting woman played by Jeri Ryan” becomes a noirish addition to the cast per co-writer Eric Overmyer.  (From Deadline Hollywood)

Watch it on AmazonPrime.

Official Trailer for Season 2 (click here to go to YouTube)

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Harry Bosch Novels – Series Order List

Series Order

Harry Bosch Series:

Harry Bosch Background: Born in 1950 in Los Angeles to Marjorie Phillips Lowe. He was named Hieronymus Bosch after the 15th century Dutch artist and nicknamed “Harry.” He became an orphan at 11 when his mother, a prostitute, was murdered. He grew up living in a youth hall and foster homes. He joined the army and did two tours in Vietnam. Harry returned to Los Angeles and joined the LAPD in 1972. He became a detective after five years in patrol.

Books in published order:
The Black Echo (1992)
The Black Ice (1993)
The Concrete Blonde (1994)
The Last Coyote (1995)
Trunk Music (1997)
Angels Flight (1999)
A Darkness More Than Night (2001)
City Of Bones (2002)
Lost Light (2003)
The Narrows (2004)
The Closers (2005)
Echo Park (2006)
The Overlook  (2007)
The Brass Verdict (2008)
Nine Dragons (2009)
The Reversal (2010)
The Fifth Witness (2011) (one page brief appearance)
The Drop (2011)
The Black Box (2012)
The Gods of Guilt (2013)  (one page brief appearance)
The Burning Room (2014)
The Crossing (November 2015)

List taken from http://www.michaelconnelly.com/extras/series/

Bosch TV Series – Soundtracks for Season 1

Bosch
TV Series – Soundtracks for Season 1

(Compiled from IMDb.com)

Episode 1 – Chapter One: ‘Tis the Season

Lullaby
(uncredited)
Written by George Cables
Performed by Frank Morgan

O Come All Ye Faithful
(uncredited)
Performed by Bill Cunliffe

Green Haze
(uncredited)
Written by Miles Davis
Performed by Miles Davis

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Episode 2 – Chapter Two: Lost Light

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

El
Mago Cardona
(uncredited)
Written by Xocoyotzin Herrera
Performed by Xocoyotzin Herrera

Heavy Dreams
(uncredited)
Written by Lloyd Price
Performed by Lloyd Price

Finger On The Trigger
(uncredited)
Written by Albert King
Performed by Albert King

Episode 3 – Chapter Three: Blue Religion

Song of Bernadotte
(uncredited)
Written by Tom McDermott
Performed by Tom McDermott

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Spark Plug
(uncredited)
Written by Melvin Sparks
Performed by Melvin Sparks

Four Seasons (Spring)
(uncredited)
Writtenby Antonio Vivaldi

Hard Times
(uncredited)
Written by Esmond Edwards
Performed by Mildred Anderson

Episode 4 – Chapter Four: Fugazi

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Cocinando Suave
(uncredited)
Written by Hector Rivera
Performed by Ray Barretto

Theme for Ernie
(uncredited)
Written by Fred Lacey
Performed by John Coltrane

Homefulness
(uncredited)
Written by Madigan Shive
Performed by Bonfire Madigan

Hark, The Herald Angels Sing
(uncredited)
Written by Charles Wesley
Performed by Jason Gedrick

Episode 5 – Chapter Five: Mama’s Boy

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Episode 6 – Chapter Six: Donkey’s Years

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Deck the Halls
(uncredited)
Written by Joel Wachbrit and Richard Levinson
Performed by The Last Nighters

I Had A Dream
(uncredited)
Written by Jimmy Witherspoon
Performed by Jimmy Witherspoon

River Edge
(uncredited)
Performed by David Torkanowsky

Variations on Greensleeves
(uncredited)
Performed by Seattle Symphony

Episode 7 – Chapter Seven: Lost Boys

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Davenport’s Tippin’
(uncredited)
Written by David Torkanowsky
Performed by David Torkanowsky

The Best Thing
(uncredited)
Written by Sharlotte Gibson and Freddy Scott
Performed by Sharlotte Gibson

O Little Town of Bethlehem
(uncredited)
Written by Phillips Brooks
Performed by Creative Studies

Silent Night
(uncredited)
Written by Franz Xaver Gruber
Performed by International Children’s Choir

Lantern Day
(uncredited)
Written by Matt Hirt and Haoyue Kuang
Performed by Matt Hirt and Haoyue Kuang

Jingle Bells
(uncredited)
Written by James Lord Pierpont
Performed by Rick Riso and Ed Smith

Episode 8 – Chapter Eight: High Low

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Silk ‘n’ Satin
(uncredited)
Written by Sonny Rollins
Performed by Sonny Rollins

Holla Back
(uncredited)
Performed by St. John

Hilario Romero
(uncredited)
Written by Antonio Zuniga Frias
Performed by El Polvo Norteno

Episode 9 – Chapter Nine: The Magic Castle

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Pachanga Suavecito
(uncredited)
Written by Hector Rivera
Performed by Ray Barretto

My Rope
(uncredited)
Written by Paul Otten
Performed by Paul Otten

You Better Stop
(uncredited)
Written by Sonny Rhodes
Performed by Sonny Rhodes

Piano Trio Blues
(uncredited)
Written by David Torkanowsky
Performed by David Torkanowsky

Episode 10 – Chapter Ten: Us and Them

Can’t Let Go
(uncredited)
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught A Ghost

Night Hawk
(uncredited)
Written by Coleman Hawkins
Performed by Coleman Hawkins

Patricia
(uncredited)
Written by Art Pepper
Performed by Art Pepper

Surf Monsters
(uncredited)
Written by Bob Mair and Joel Wachbrit
Performed by The Dickies

Wicked Rain
(uncredited)
Written by Cesar Rosas
Performed by Los Lobos