Complete Soundtrack Fight

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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby jdh.goodgrief » Fri Feb 20, 2009 4:43 am

coolspringsj wrote:Here is a list I started on a previous thread -

Remembrances
Norwegians
Double R Swing
Deer Meadow Shuffle
Americana
Dance of the Dream Man Slow Version
Drug Deal Blues slow version
Sycamore Trees Instrumental
Just You and I Instrumental
World Spins
Rockin' Back Inside My Heart
Ben Civil War Theme
JJ Wheeler Theme
Double R Country Theme
Aftermath of Maddy Body Discovery
Owl Cave Theme
Dark Mood Woods (standalone long version)
I'm Hurt Bad (standalone long version)
Shaking Hands Music Cue
Lodge Spirit Intervention Cue
Dick Tremayne Theme
Horror of BOB Vision Cue
The Swan Instrumental
Windom Earle Flute Theme
Sheriff Dept. Percussion Theme
Wind Blowing Sound Effect (Long)
Cooper and Annie Dance Theme
Ray Wise songs (Mares Eat Oats, Getting to Know You, Get Happy, etc.)
Invitation to Love Theme
Dr. Jacoby Hawaiian Theme
Bobby Saves Shelly from Leo Attack Aftermath Theme
Lana's Jazz Exotica
Fat Trout Trailer Park Theme
Miss Twin Peaks Theme
Leland's Funeral Reception Theme


Is the MT Wentz Double R music in here under a different name? It's a beautiful 5 minute-ish variation on Falling.
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby Jerry Horne » Fri Feb 20, 2009 3:19 pm

Ironically I just finished my latest TP marathon last night and had time to sneak in FWWM as well. It had been over 10 years since I watched it last. It brought back many memories. I remember an old friend of mine and I had a running gag of asking each other 'Are you hungry?' in only the way Leland could!

It makes you wonder how long some of these songs are that we only hear a fragment of. After all, only a small part of 'Josie and Truman' is heard in the series, yet it is one of the longest tracks on the 'more music' cd.

Did you catch the music that is played when Laura is talking about falling faster and faster with Donna?

I really hope they fix the audio in the Partyland scene when and if a special edition comes out. Their voices were mixed too high if I remember right.
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby coolspringsj » Fri Feb 20, 2009 3:52 pm

Jerry Horne wrote:
Did you catch the music that is played when Laura is talking about falling faster and faster with Donna?


Isn't that The Voice of Love?
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby dugpa » Fri Feb 20, 2009 6:57 pm

Jerry Horne wrote:It makes you wonder how long some of these songs are that we only hear a fragment of. After all, only a small part of 'Josie and Truman' is heard in the series, yet it is one of the longest tracks on the 'more music' cd.

Did you catch the music that is played when Laura is talking about falling faster and faster with Donna?

I really hope they fix the audio in the Partyland scene when and if a special edition comes out. Their voices were mixed too high if I remember right.


I agree. Many of the songs we only have heard a taste. 'Josie and Truman' is a wonderful track that we only heard just pieces of in the Series. It is such a powerful song. Same goes for 'Half Heart'.

The song played during the "Faster and Faster" scene is "Girl Talk" from the Twin Peaks Montage however, the version in FWWM is an alternate mix with the bass mixed much louder. It is definitely extended from the montage version and then fades into the wind sound and then fades into the Voice of love.

Also I caught another one. At the end where they play Laura's Theme, it fades into Half Heart for a bar or two at "I do love you James, let's get lost together" and then fades into the Love Theme at "Even Donna doesn't know me". All with the mysterious "wind" sound coming in and out.

So many beautiful tracks unreleased. What a shame.

As for the mix on FWWM, I'd love to have the original as I am one that absolutely loves the original mix versus a new 5.1 mix or at least have the option to choose like the Gold Box set. I believe the original was done by the guy that mixed all of the Lord of the Rings films.
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby Jerry Horne » Fri Feb 20, 2009 7:10 pm

THE PILOT

R1 NTSC Gold Box Set / Original 2.0 Stereo

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Twin Peaks Theme (Falling) (Opening credits)
Laura Palmer's Theme
Saddle Shoes 10:43 - This is when we first see Audrey.
Laura Palmer's Theme
I'm Hurt Bad (Full version remains unreleased)
Audrey's Dance (Fast version / unreleased)
Butte! (Unreleased)
The Bookhouse Boys (Unreleased mix?)
Audrey's Dance (Unreleased mix?) "Right now young man!"
Laura's Empty Seat (Unreleased) Sound effect or song?
Audrey's Dance (Unreleased mix?)
Laura Palmer's Theme
Who's Upstairs? (Unreleased)
Laura Palmer's Theme - This has two other darker themes mixed in. This is the scene where we see Ronette for the first time on the bridge. If you listen closely - there is a music defect in this scene on the Gold Box. (Unreleased)
The Bookhouse Boys (Unreleased mix?)
Dark Vision 35:32 This is where we see Nadine for the first time
Dance of the Dream Man
Laura Palmer's Theme
The Diary (Unreleased percussive ramblings)
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased darker mix) (Andy cries by the train car)
The Norwegians (Unreleased)
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased mix) (Cooper and Donna watching the picnic video)
Laura Palmer's Theme
The Norwegians (Unreleased)
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased 'Inside the Train Car' version)
Butte! (Variation) (Unreleased)
Dark Vision 1:04:36 'Shelly sit down here a minute and help me out'
Nadine and Her Drapes (Unreleased percussive ramblings)
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased dark mix) (Donna and Harriet)
Out the window (Unreleased) Starts around 1:11:11 and ends around 1:11:46.
Audrey's Dance (Unreleased mix)
Roadhouse Stakeout (Unreleased)
Falling
Roadhouse Stakeout (Unreleased)
The Nightingale
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased) (Has several dark bits overlaid on the track)
The Bookhouse Boys (Unreleased mix?) (James and Donna get pulled over)
Audrey's Dance (Unreleased mix?) (James thrown in jail)
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased piano mix)
Audrey's Dance (Unreleased mix?) (Mike & Bobby barking)
The Swan (Unreleased mix)
Laura Palmer's Theme (Unreleased dark mix) (Ben Calls Catherine)
Dark Vision 1:32:31 Sarah has a vision.
Laura Palmer's Theme (Closing credits)

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So, we just need to finalize and agree to the naming of one more track.

One down, twenty-nine to go...

Thoughts?
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby dugpa » Sat Feb 21, 2009 9:54 pm

Impressive list. My Episode 29 list will have to come later this week. Got pulled into work this weekend.

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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby hopesfall » Sun Feb 22, 2009 5:25 am

Great lists guys, this is impressive stuff! I plan to help out later on this week, i'll post what episode(s) i go through closer to when i do it. :D
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby Jerry Horne » Sun Feb 22, 2009 10:59 am

Cool! Anyone have any thoughts on what to name some of the tracks above? I can't really proceed until then...
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby dugpa » Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:46 pm

Here's my thoughts. For the song at 10:43, I'd call it "Saddle Shoes" or maybe Audrey's Saddle Shoes. There are similar scenes that use a similar or the same beat but I think just to help simplify things, maybe an unnamed song after the scene that the song was first used it.

I think that's what Lynch and Badalamenti did. Or maybe not. Did "New Shoes" really first appear in the Leo "New Shoes" scene? What about the Audrey Prayer song? I think the Major's Dream was the first occurrence but could be wrong.

As for the other unnamed track. That's a difficult one. It is used quite a bit and doesn't really define anyone in the Pilot at least. Maybe a generic theme is best for now until you can maybe connect it to a specific character. Maybe something like "Unnamed - Dark Mood" or something similar.

Also, I was going to suggest that you contact the guy that put this page up:

http://www.youtube.com/user/Notinthere

to see if he will update his clips with the unreleased music minus what has already been released in the recent CD.

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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby jdh.goodgrief » Tue Feb 24, 2009 3:43 am

That Youtube guy has exquisite taste, based on what he starts off his TP clips video with. We need to get him posting here with his resources!

I'll take Remembrances (the first track), James' Theme and Tingling Sensation from his montage.
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby qbin2001 » Tue Feb 24, 2009 10:39 am

Jerry Horne wrote:(Unnamed track) (Unreleased) 35:32 This is where we see Nadine for the first time and is the same as 'Sarah's Vision' 1:32:31 and 'Shelly sit down her a minute and help me out' 1:04:36. What to call this track?


"Somethin's Comming" - every time I hear this I have a feeling that's somthing bad is comming...
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby Jerry Horne » Tue Feb 24, 2009 11:03 pm

Thanks guys. I've decided to call it Dark Vision. This mixes the darkness of the track and the scene where it is heard most prominently in the Pilot - Sarah's vision at the end.

I wish Lynch/Badalementi would just release the box set so we would not have to go through this!
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby hopesfall » Wed Feb 25, 2009 6:37 am

Amen to that! :D
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby Balinho » Wed Feb 25, 2009 7:47 am

Coolest initiative ever! Ready to fight!
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Re: Complete Soundtrack Fight

Postby Cooped » Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:19 pm

you guys are my heroes! a challenger approaches! odds are slim but i love the spirit of it! WE CAN DO IT!

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