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Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Sat May 14, 2016 4:15 pm
by Saela
Jerry Horne wrote:I hear nothing on my CD. Anyone else?


I just listened to it again to make sure I'm not going crazy...and it's there, at least on the YT version (don't own the CD), but like I said, it's very, very quiet.

It happens just once, right between 1:16 and 1:17.

EDIT: I think I should mention that I can actually hear it a little bit better when the volume isn't turned up all the way.

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 7:28 am
by claaa7
Saela wrote:Probably not the first person to notice this, but I was just listening to the FWWM theme on YT and you can actually hear the words "black dog" at around 1:16/1:17. It's incredibly quiet, headphones are required.



very interesting.. i listened to my CD and it's there as well

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:59 am
by guildnavigator
I used to drive around with that CD blasting in my car, for years, and I remember this being there for sure.


"The black dog runs at night"

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 1:37 pm
by qbin2001
Jerry Horne wrote:I hear nothing on my CD. Anyone else?


There's nothing there - just music (two bass guitar sounds that can be taken for any words you want).

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Tue Jan 24, 2017 1:59 pm
by OK,Bob
Jerry Horne wrote:I hear nothing on my CD. Anyone else?

I'm not hearing it either. The throaty bowed bass jumps out at you at that time-stamp, but that's all I hear that resembles the "Black dog..." phrase.

I've worked in recording studios and designed loudspeakers, so I'm not a hack listener, fwiw. Fittingly, I'm the audio engineer whose theory "tickled" David Lynch in this article on Mulholland Dr.

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/life/mov ... olland.htm

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Fri Jan 27, 2017 1:53 am
by sneakydave
I heard it. It is absolutely there on the version I have ripped onto my phone from the CD release many moons ago.

Wow. Great find.

Edit - now listened three more times and I can't un-hear it.

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Wed Aug 02, 2017 9:18 pm
by AgentEcho
Does anyone know who composed Deer Meadow Shuffle? The notes and some comments on this youtube page have Lynch and David Slusser as the composer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2-fAYJTxAE

But I can't verify it anywhere. It sounds so much like a Badalamenti composition. But so do other Lynch and Slusser tracks.

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 3:55 am
by claaa7
AgentEcho wrote:Does anyone know who composed Deer Meadow Shuffle? The notes and some comments on this youtube page have Lynch and David Slusser as the composer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2-fAYJTxAE

But I can't verify it anywhere. It sounds so much like a Badalamenti composition. But so do other Lynch and Slusser tracks.


i agree that it sounds very much like a Badalamenti piece.. David Slusser was definitely involved in it though, most likely it is him and David Lynch but Angelo might have had a hand in it as well. Slusser lists it among his credits on his official site:

http://www.davidslusser.com/cds/a/twin_ ... lk_with_me

EDIT - the team is the same as "Best Friends" according to that site, probably recorded at the same time and probably without any invovelement from Badalamenti then. Beautiful piece however!!


David Slusser -piano, David Cooper -vibes, Myles Boisen -guitar, Bill Fairbanks -bass, Donald "Duck" Bailey - drums,

Re: Twin Peaks Music Guide - Fire Walk With Me

Posted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 10:38 pm
by AgentEcho
claaa7 wrote:
AgentEcho wrote:Does anyone know who composed Deer Meadow Shuffle? The notes and some comments on this youtube page have Lynch and David Slusser as the composer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n2-fAYJTxAE

But I can't verify it anywhere. It sounds so much like a Badalamenti composition. But so do other Lynch and Slusser tracks.


i agree that it sounds very much like a Badalamenti piece.. David Slusser was definitely involved in it though, most likely it is him and David Lynch but Angelo might have had a hand in it as well. Slusser lists it among his credits on his official site:

http://www.davidslusser.com/cds/a/twin_ ... lk_with_me

EDIT - the team is the same as "Best Friends" according to that site, probably recorded at the same time and probably without any invovelement from Badalamenti then. Beautiful piece however!!


David Slusser -piano, David Cooper -vibes, Myles Boisen -guitar, Bill Fairbanks -bass, Donald "Duck" Bailey - drums,


Thanks for the info.

But the piece didn't get a separate credit for its use in Part 9. Wouldn't they at least have to credit Slusser at some point if he was the co-composer?