After reading Robert Hilburn's reviews of the new records by Bruce Willis and Don Johnson ("Moonlighting as a Pop Star," Jan. 17), I couldn't help but place my own frantic call to the Blue Moon Detective Agency:
"Maddie? Thanks for talking to me--Yeah, I know the show is behind schedule in production but this is important .
"You know that guy who called you about David's new album? Right . . . well, you see, I think he's got some sort of delusion about being a music critic!
"He said that on David's (or Bruce, or whatever it is he's calling himself) record 'there's no vocal character,' and this opinion is based not on an entire album but one song! And he called Don Johnson's album 'a creditable work that aimed at personal statement.'