|Author||: Felix Gumpaw|
|Publisher||: Little Simon|
|Release Date||: 02 February 2021|
|Pages||: 144 pages|
In this second installment of the funny and stylish new graphic novel series Pup Detectives, the puppy PIs sniff out a statue thief! Fresh off of their victory in nabbing the lunchtime bandit of Pawston Elementary, Rider Woofson and the rest of the pup detectives are on the lookout for their next case. They don’t have to wait long because before you can say “Bow-Wowza!” a crime occurs—the theft of a precious statue known as the Tiger’s Eye that was on display for Show and Tell. The suspects are a-plenty, but the key to catching this crook will come from uncovering who had a motive. The PI Pack is up for the challenge...as long as the investigation doesn’t interfere with lunch!
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A song written only for the sole purpose of serving as a theme for the movie Rocky III, Eye of the Tiger is a piece of art that Dave Bickler and Jim Peterik, members of Survivor, the rock band responsible for it, engineered to perfection when asked to do so by actor Sylvester Stallone, who admitted to being a big fan of their work.
The fast tempo, combined with the hard rock power chords made the song achieve double platinum status, even if their 'Eye of the Tiger' album was not as successful and neither was their next album.
We’ll tell you what is successful though, the way Journey covered this song and the available below piano sheet for their magnificent cover.
The story of the original song starts with a phone call from Stallone, who, being denied by Queen the usage of 'Another One Bites the Dust', tried to get Survivor to write a new song for the movie, being a fan of their previous work.
The original song was released in 1982, but is’ been covered several years later by the rock band Journey, using it as an anthem for their live shows intensively.
A huge success and a modern piece of art even in our times, the song has been covered by other bands intensively in the last two decades, but the piano skills of Jonathan Cain ensured that Journey has the best cover of the song and now the piano sheet for it is available for you, right here.