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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby Jerry Horne » Fri Feb 17, 2012 8:44 am

Ross wrote:
Jerry Horne wrote:I really really want the flute version of 'Audrey's Prayer'! However, that Great Northern bundle looks swell!

There you go, Jerry!!! :D

Cool to hear the section that was never heard on the show!!


Hey, if you ask for something long enough, you eventually get it :)

Great track and longer than I thought. Always nice! I wonder if there are more unreleased versions of 'Audrey's Prayer'?
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby master468 » Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:00 am

DEniZZrus wrote:Releases became small... Well, good little by little! Let it be less for one release but then we'll be enjoy longer! :wink:


Agreed! :wink:

Thank you Dean and give us all you have! :mrgreen:
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby kyuzo » Fri Feb 17, 2012 12:50 pm

Thanks for the new track Dean. I look forward to all the remaining track releases for the year.

I recently slowed down the track "It's Your Father" by 50% (half-speed) and reversed it, and think it sounds good enough to mention here. It reminds me of the album Succubus by Mt. Fuji DoomJazz Corporation.
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby Ross » Fri Feb 17, 2012 9:10 pm

dugpa wrote:

This was posted in a thread over on the TP board. Check out the 16 minute mark. Unheard/unused full version of the main Earle Flute track, "Earle's Theme"? Dean?

Thanks to Jerry for pointing this out!
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby Ross » Fri Feb 17, 2012 10:31 pm

bosguy1981 wrote:Take a listen to the first use of "Drug Dead Blues" (in episode 9, about 33 minutes into the episode, with Shelly and Bobby listening to the radio in the car). Doesn't this sound like an alternate version of the track? It's a little more subdued and even seems a bit slower.

The version used in episode 13 (Bobby and Shelly's party for Leo) actually sounds like the version released on the 2007 Season Two & More soundtrack.

You're right- the ep 9 version sounds different. MIGHT just be slowed down? Or an alternate take. Will look into it further.
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby DEniZZrus » Sat Feb 18, 2012 3:41 am

This was posted in a thread over on the TP board. Check out the 16 minute mark.

Woow... :) Earle's theme (strings) - added to waiting list! 8)
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby mavenickster » Sat Feb 18, 2012 3:50 am

Ross wrote:
dugpa wrote:


It's funny. A copule of days ago I asked for these "recaps" (http://www.dugpa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=608#p22412) and no one told me that they were available on YouTube... :x

Anyway, I indirectly thank you.
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Postby Jerry Horne » Sat Feb 18, 2012 8:59 am

mavenickster wrote:
Ross wrote:
dugpa wrote:


It's funny. A copule of days ago I asked for these "recaps" (http://www.dugpa.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=608#p22412) and no one told me that they were available on YouTube... :x

Anyway, I indirectly thank you.
Sorry for the OT... :D


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Postby Ross » Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:28 am

DEniZZrus wrote:
This was posted in a thread over on the TP board. Check out the 16 minute mark.

Woow... :) Earle's theme (strings) - added to waiting list! 8)

So excited by this! I find it crazy that they didn't use this!! Sounds amazing.
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Postby Jerry Horne » Sat Feb 18, 2012 9:37 am

I'll second that!! Amazing sound! I've always loved 'Earle's Theme', but to know that there is a lush strings version is almost too much excitement!

Dean! We need that track!!!!!!!!

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Postby Ross » Sat Feb 18, 2012 12:09 pm

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bosguy1981 wrote:Take a listen to the first use of "Drug Dead Blues" (in episode 9, about 33 minutes into the episode, with Shelly and Bobby listening to the radio in the car). Doesn't this sound like an alternate version of the track? It's a little more subdued and even seems a bit slower.

The version used in episode 13 (Bobby and Shelly's party for Leo) actually sounds like the version released on the 2007 Season Two & More soundtrack.

You're right- the ep 9 version sounds different. MIGHT just be slowed down? Or an alternate take. Will look into it further.

I checked into this, and it is indeed the original version, but slightly slowed down. I think the other scenes it was used are at the normal (soundtrack version) speed. Good catch!
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Postby bosguy1981 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 12:40 pm

Jerry Horne wrote:I'll second that!! Amazing sound! I've always loved 'Earle's Theme', but to know that there is a lush strings version is almost too much excitement!

Dean! We need that track!!!!!!!!

:D :D :D


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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby bosguy1981 » Sat Feb 18, 2012 12:46 pm

I was watching Season 2 again over the last couple of weeks, and I was trying to pay close attention to the slow-speed orchestral music that hasn't been released yet. "Dugpas" is one that's been mentioned (from episodes 12, 20, 27) but I'm wondering about the OTHER really awesome, creepy slow-speed track(s).

There's a piece played in these three scenes that sounded pretty similar to me. Do you think this is one unreleased track?

Episode 14 - As Leland grabs Maddy's hair, "You're going back to Missoula," and slams her into the painting.
Episode 20 - Cooper and Truman look at the dead vagrant (mixed with Unease Motif and two Scary Sounds)
Episode 23 - Camera moves towards nightstand drawer, Josie's face appears (mixed with White Lodge Rumble and Windom Earle's Motif)

If anybody wants to lend an ear to see if these sound similar, let me know what you think. Three different pieces? Same one? I think they're called "Back to Missoula" and "Windom's First Kill" on the lists, and the third instance (episode 23) isn't mentioned in the lists. It sounds fantastic and terrifying.
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby DEniZZrus » Sun Feb 19, 2012 2:05 am

Cooper and Truman look at the dead vagrant (mixed with Unease Motif and two Scary Sounds)

I call it Earle's first victim and at the beginning this theme is pretty similar to Leland's remorse

As for ep.14 and ep.23 fragment I find it hard to tell 'cause I'm unable to check now.
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Re: Unreleased Twin Peaks Music Announcements - Official Thr

Postby qbin2001 » Sun Feb 19, 2012 8:21 am

DEniZZrus wrote:
Cooper and Truman look at the dead vagrant (mixed with Unease Motif and two Scary Sounds)

I call it Earle's first victim and at the beginning this theme is pretty similar to Leland's remorse

As for ep.14 and ep.23 fragment I find it hard to tell 'cause I'm unable to check now.


Yes. There is something more between (on th list) e23t22:

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R    g. Slow Speed Orchestra 4 (White Lodge Rumble) #2
      h. ?
R    i. Half Speed Orchestra 3 (Windom Earle's Motif)


No idea what it is, but sounds familiar...

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