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Twin Peaks Music Guide - Pilot and Season 1

Posted: Tue Apr 26, 2011 10:01 pm
by Guy Quenneville
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Pilot
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-- The Twin Peaks theme, best captured in the first track on the original 1990 soundtrack album

-- The classic Laura Palmer Theme - track two on the original soundtrack. First heard in the opening shot of the pilot - Josie in front of the mirror.

Note: wouldn't it be great if we got a track that was just the sound of the rippling water and the foghorn outside the Blue Pine Lodge?

-- Jazzy Drum Beat: this track, solely driven by percussion and first played as Audrey exits the Great Northern and enters her chauffeur-driven car, is a track that frequently reappeared on the show, especially during scenes taking place in the sheriff's station, as when Cooper enters the station in Episode One to find everyone gobbling up doughnuts, or later in the Pilot when Cooper breaks open Laura's diary and inventories the chocolate bunnies, or episode two during the famous baguette-eating scene. I always thought that the track Cop Beat, from the season two soundtrack, should have actually been this track instead.

Not yet released.

-- I'm Hurt Bad: first played on the jukebox in the Double R Diner by Bobby, after he tells Norma he'll see her in his dreams. This music will return in Episode 18, when James plays it on the jukebox at Wallies after his first encounter with Evelyn.

Track 8 of Season Two and More soundtrack.

As Ross has mentioned, the FULL version still unreleased. The season two soundtrack actually only features the first 38 seconds(!) of the song, before seguing into a slow, pounding guitar track that plays in the season two episode where James and Evelyn dump their champagne and get it on on top of her husband's recently-repaired car.

-- Audrey's Dance (Faster Tempo): oddly, the first appearance of what's come to be known as Audrey's dance is heard during a car scene between Bobby and Shelly. (The more popular version of the track, which is in a slower tempo, is track 3 of the original soundtrack, and most memorably appears in Episode 2, as Audrey dances in the Double R.) Returns in Episode 24, when Pete's attempts to interpret Windom Earle's chess moves hit a brick wall, and in Episode 25, when Donna follows her mother to Ben's office at the Great Northern.

-- The Bookhouse Boys: This track usually accompanied scenes with Bobby (him surfing on the hood of Mike's car in front of the Hayward's house, for instance). Its first appearance is about 21 minutse into the pilot, as we watch Donna and Audrey (who's changes into her ruby red shoes) interacting in the hallway. The track eventually segues into Audrey's Dance.
At the 35-minute mark, The Bookhouse Boys makes another appearance, this time during a scene with Ed and James

Plays in Episode 3 as Bobby raises his hands in mock-religious fashion before Laura's funeral, and in Episode 7 when Bobby plants the drugs in James' bike..

Returns in Episode 19 during James' meeting with Malcolm, Evelyn's "brother"

-- Danger Theme (my name for it; call it what you want). It starts (under The Bookhouse Boys track) just as Nadine hassles Ed from their doorstep about picking up the drapes. This music, which, for my money, gets its most memorable (i.e. frightening) iteration in Episode 2, when Mike and Bobby trudge through the dark woods to check the football by the tree, makes many appearances throughout the show, and really gets stretched out in Episode 25, when Jones attacks Truman. I call it the Danger Theme because it always, for me, signified something bad happening or coming down the pike.

It also plays when: Leo calls Shelly out on the cigarettes in their living room (Pilot); when Leo instructs Shelly to do his laundry (Episode One), at the end of the Pilot, when Sarah has a vision of Laura's necklace being plucked from the ground. This particular cue has the bombastic climax of the track.

Also in Episode 8 when James tells Truman about how Laura used to echo Bob and ask him if he liked to play with fire, and in Episode 14 when Cooper finds the note on Harold's Smith body.

Returns in Episode 20, as Agent Bryson and Cooper play out their coup against Renault at Dead Dog Farm, topped off with a brief statement of the heroic version of Cooper's Theme/Dance of the Dream Man (see episode 19) when Hawk announces that Renault is dead, in Episode 21, as Eckhardt arrives at the Great Northern, Episode 22, at the precise moment Evelyn shoots Malcolm, and Episode 28, during Earle's invasion of Miss Twin Peaks.

As you can see by what episodes it was used in, it was a favorite of Lynch's.

Not yet released.

-- Dance of the Dream Man (track 9 of original soundtrack). First appearance: Cooper dictating to Diane as he drives into Twin Peaks.

-- The Norweigans: Played when Audrey wrecks the deal with the Norweigans. While this will be repeated later in the Pilot during the actual leaving of said Norweigans, this has the rare distinction of being one of the few cues composed by Badalamenti that never was featured again in the entire run of the show (except for an oh-so-brief statement of the first bars during episode two, before Jerry's famous line, "We had those vikings by the horns"), while also hinting at some of the lighter writing that Badalamenti would engage in for season 2.

Not yet released.

-- Twin Peaks Love Theme (Solo Rhodes): Played when Cooper plays the videotape of Laura for Donna. Released on the DL.com in April 2011.

-- 24 Hours/The Evil That Men Do (Danger Theme 2): This is a multi-layered track that begins simply as the classic Laura Palmer Theme while Doc Hayward and Donna's mom discuss the day's events. Eventually, some dark,brooding, synch-driven underscore (the part that I'm calling Danger Theme 2) kicks in, and there's a particular fragment, or motif, that kicks in at around 01:11:00 - as Donna talks her sister into covering for her - that is a sort of sister-track to the Danger Theme.

It's not as noticeable as The Danger Theme, but just as dark and dreamy. Most people, when listening to it closely, will recognize it as the music that plays at the beginning and end of Episode 16, when Cooper, Truman, Albert and Major Briggs contemplate the nature of evil in the woods.

It gets a brief statements in Episode One, when Sarah sees Laura in Donna's face, and Episode 8, during the TV news segment on the burning of the mill that Shelly watches from her hospital room. In Episode 24, it underscores the moment when the Log Lady tells Cooper about the night her husband died and the call of the owls, and it returns in full force at the beginning of Episode 27, as Cooper interrogates the hitchhiker's friend as the black pan is removed from the gazebo.


Not yet released.

-- Falling: Sung at The Roadhouse by Julee Cruise; track 11 of the original soundtrack.

-- The Nightingale: ditto; track 4 of the original soundtrack.

-- Swooning Woodwinds: Plays during Cooper and Truman's stakeout, consisting of repeated, moaning woodwinds (which are actually an integral part of the mix in Audrey's Dance). Plays numerous times during the show, as when Ed observes the Nadine's figurines on the display in their home in Episode 3, before they leave for Laura's funeral, and Episode 24, when Pinckle first brings out the pine weasel for display at the Stop Ghostwood fashion show.

Not yet released.

-- Laura Palmer Theme Climax (Solo Piano): played as Doc Hayward gently scolds Donna for her breaking curfew. Sounds similar to the piano rendition of the theme from FWWM and is pretty much like the start of episode 11 as Leland confesses to murdering Jacques and Sternwood's granting Leland bail in Episode 12. The Leland confession seasons contains a nice extension of the Laura Palmer theme that was rarely used in the series.

-- The Sheriff's Woman (1:31:22): A short cue that accompanies the reveal of Truman visiting Josie.

It's a very brief statement before seguing into some brooding underscore during Catherine's spying on the lovers before settling into the classic Laura Palmer Theme. As Ross pointed out, this is actually an excerpt from the track The Swan, from the Julee CruiseAlbum "Floating into the Night" - portion 1:05-1:25 of the track, specifically.

Stray observation: For all the music in the Pilot, what's striking is how many scenes play WITHOUT music, unlike the second season, in which some episodes are filled with wall-to-wall music.

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Episode One: Traces To Nowhere
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- Twin Peaks Theme (Short, Standard Version)

-- What Happened to Marilyn (Freshly Squeezed variation): A faster, more jaunty, woodwind-filled version of the classic theme, played as Cooper hangs from his ceiling while dictating to Diane.

Also plays in extended form in Episode 16, when Catherine, clad in Tojamura garb, visits Ben in jail to enact her revenge, and returns in Episode 21, when Jacoby defends Lana's honor and Cooper and company grow smitten with the widowed siren.

Not yet released.

-- Freshly Squeezed (Classic version): Cooper meets Audrey over breakfast. Track 5 of original soundtrack, for the most part.

-- Laura Palmer Theme Climax (second synthesizer variation): Different from the classic Laura Palmer Theme and the rhodes version climaxes. A short sting that plays over footage from the videotape of Laura and Donna shot by James, and later in Episode 4 when James first encounters Maddy in the Double R. It gets a nice, extended treatment at the end of Episode 10, when Donna spies Laura's secret diary at Harold's, as well as in Episode 11, during Judge Sternwood's address to Leland.

Not yet released.

-- Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate): The first appearance of this oft-used (in season one) variation of the main theme, played as Donna confesses her feelings of guilt to her Mom. Released on DL.com in March 2011, and perhaps most memorably played during Cooper's seeming departure from Twin Peaks in Episode 17.

Also played during Norma's visit to Shelly in the hospital and Ed's vigil over the comatose, pre-infantile Nadine in Episode 8. Returns in Episode 19 when Ed wistfully recalls his early relationship with Norma in the Double R, and they grasp hands as silent, jealous Hank oversees, and Episode 22, when Shelly asks Norma (cleaning a giant vanilla ice cream cone display) if she can return to work at the Double R and when Ben awakens from his Civil War psychosis.

--Leo's Theme (Danger Theme 3): Played when Leo waits for Shelly to come home before he hits her with the soap bar in the stocking. Most memorably plays during Episode 2, when Bobby sees the bruises on Shelly's face and Episode 7, when Leland kills Jacques.

Returns in Episode 28, as Leo tries to escape from Earle and releases Major Briggs. This episode actually features the lengthiest version of this track, with a lot of material towards the end of its use here that hasn't appeared anywhere else in the show. It ends on a statement of Josie's Fate (see Episode 7).

Not yet released.

-- Americana: The first of many Badalamenti "source" cues in the series, played for the first time as Leo delivers his punishment to Shelly. Gets its best treatment during the opening credits of Episode 18 as James drives out of Twin Peaks.

Also plays briefly in Episode 14, as Ed and Nadine enter the Double R before Nadine smashes her chocolate shake cup.

And in Episode 17, when Ed and Dr. Jacoby first admit Nadine into high school, and later in the same episode when Nadine throws the dude in the air.

Not yet released.

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Episode Two: Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- Horne's Theme: Played when Ben and Jerry admire the selection at One Eyed Jack's. It's actually a combination of Audrey's Dance and the Laura Palmer theme, but features a unique stretch of music that was used often in season one, as when Leo lobs the football in dark woods for Mike to catch later in the same episode. The piece then segues into the Laura Theme before transitioning into several statements of the latter end of Audrey's dance, music that was often used to underscore Ben's nefarious dealings or Audrey's detective work (hence the track being called Hornes' Theme, as opposed to Horne's Theme.)

Gets an even longer statement during the raid on Jacques' apartment in Episode 4, which climaxes during Leo's meeting with - who else? - Ben in the woods, and returns, briefly, in a heroic statement in Episode 20 during Nadine's beat-down of Hank.

Not yet released

-- Jazzy Drum Beat #2: Played when Cooper and company set up the rock-throwing exercise. Also,during Albert's arrival at the sheriff's station.Plays again in Episode 17, when Andy and Dick both pledge to play fair while on the ladder with Lucy, in Episode 18, when Dick brings Little Nicky to the sheriff's office, and in Episode 20, when Cooper and Hawk wire an eternally-whining Eddie for sound in the Renault bust.

Not yet released.

-- Invitation to Love Theme: Playing on Shelly's TV before Bobby comes over. Also plays in Episode 20, when Shelly, increasingly irritated with her bleak domestic situation, complains about Bobby not doing his share to take care of Leo and asks him, "Do I not have anything better to do?"

Not yet released.

-- Double R Tune: Plays when Ed tells Norma he's in the doghouse. The most commonly played "source" cue in the Double R. Returns in Episode 12, when Maddy bumps into James at the diner on the way to her stakeout with Donna at Harold's, Episode 15, when Norma's mom arrives, Episode 20, when Norma passes the note to a forlorn Ed: "We have to talk."; Episode 21, when Donna meets Evelyn at Wallies; and Episode 24, when Norma encourages Shelly to enter the Miss Twin Peaks pageant and Cooper meets Annie for the first time.

Not yet released.

-- Twin Peaks Love Theme (Classic Version): Played when Pete gives Josie the key to the ledger safe, and in Episode 20, when James call Ed from Evelyn's asking for money and Ed then tells Evelyn of Laura's story. Track 10 of original soundtrack.

-- Night Life in Twin Peaks: Track eight of the original soundtrack. Gets its first real full-blown statement during Cooper's dream, when Mike recites the Fire Walk With Me poem. Fragments of this get used throughout the show, as when Truman scolds Donna for meddling into the investigation (post Harold Smith) in Episode 13, and when Earle (dressed as a donkey) shoots Major Briggs with a dart in Episode 27.

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Episode Three: Rest in Pain
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- Freshly Squeezed (Variation #2): Played during the first scene, in the Great Northern Dining Room between Cooper and Audrey. Different from the classic version and the bass clarinet version that premieres in season two, with more zigs and zags.

Not yet released.

-- Laura Palmer Theme (Dark Synthesizer Version): This starts just as Truman, Cooper and company enter the Bookhouse and continues as the group interviews Bernard Renault. This more infrequent version of the LP theme gets used a lot in episode 22, as when Donna confronts Evelyn at Wallies ("I'm talking about our lives!"), and returns in Episode 24, when Cooper talks Truman down from his post-Josie funk.

Not yet released.

-- The Bookhouse Boys (Slower Version): This super-cool, echoing version of the theme plays when Shelly hides the gun in her and Leo's home.

Not yet released.
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Episode Four: The One-Armed Man
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- Hornes' Theme (Variation #2): A more synth-driven version, played when Catherine discovers the One Eyed Jack's chip in Ben's coat

Not yet released

-- Hank's Theme: The first iteration of the theme, played as Norma and Hank speak before his parole hearing. Gets a nice, lengthy treatment in Episode 18, when Hank tells Ben he no longer works for him.

Not yet released

-- Dr. Lydecker's Office: Self-explanatory. Quite funny when you really pay attention to it. A Looney Tunes take on elevator music.

Not yet released.

-- Laura Palmer Theme Climax (Cooper Nostalgia Version): Played when Cooper vaguely talks about "the pain of a broken heart" during shooting practice. Very similar to statement that ends Episode 5, when Cooper finds Audrey in his bed.

Not yet released.

-- Secret Country: Shelly and Norma talk about their troubles with men. Not a Double R track that will get a lot of repeat plays (the scene in Episode 5 in which James introduces Maddy to Donna comes to mind), unlike Double R Tune (see Episode 2), which will get played a lot.

Not yet released.

-- Plotting: Leo and Ben discuss the plan to burn down the mill. A slower, darker version of this appears in Episode 13, when Jonathan pressures Josie to return to Hong Kong and Mr. Eckhardt

Not yet released

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Episode Five: Cooper's Dreams
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- The Icelanders' Chant: The famous song that interrupts Cooper's sleeping. Heck - if Barbershop made it onto the Season Two soundtrack, then this deserves a release.

Not yet released.

-- Into the Night: Accompanies Cooper and company's arrival at Jacques' cabin. Track seven of the original soundtrack.

-- Hornes' Theme (Classic Variation/Variation 3): This is the quintessential rendition of this music, played when Audrey spies on Ben and Catherine through the peephole, including several repetitions of the Horne motif that most people will recall as the driving force behind the Season Two musical track Audrey (playing when Audrey tells Cooper that her father slept with Laura, in Episode 14). The motif is punctuated by guitar pluckings at various intervals. Classic, season one stuff.

Plays many other times throughout the show, as in Episode 22, when Audrey makes it clear to Jerry that she won't let him take advantage of Ben's deranged, Civil War state (Jerry's quick recovery: "What's happened to the man is a travesty."); and in Episode 24, when Donna spies Ben visiting her mom at the Hayward household.

Not yet released.

-- Leland's Owl Dance: No explanation needed. However, it's not obvious to me whether Badalamenti actually composed this one.

Not yet released.

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Episode Six: Realization Time
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- Audrey Snooping: Audrey spies on Baddis. Laura Palmer's theme sprinkled with some spunky Freshly squeezed woodwind statements.

Not yet released.

-- Picking On Country: Debuts here, when Hank tells Shelly about his time in the joint as a wary Norma looks on and Hank, as no one looks, steals a lighter. Plays again in Episode 19, when Bryson sidles up to Eddie in the Double R. Returns in Episode 23, when Shelly meets Donna and Audrey at the Roadhouse at the behest (unknown to them) of Earle, whose Dark Forces theme punctuates the end of the scene as he stares at them ominously from the other end of the bar.

Not yet released.

-- One-Eyed Jacks Parlour Music: Plays during Cooper and Ed's arrival at the casino and their conversation with Blackie. "Barney and Fred, just in from the tri-cities." Returns in Episode 12, as Cooper and Truman raid the brothel in search of Audrey; in Episode 21, when Donna first meets the combative Evelyn at Wallies; and Episode 26, when Gordon Cole kisses Shelly.

Not yet released.

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Episode Seven: The Last Evening
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NEW TO THIS EPISODE:

-- Jacoby's Hawain Boogie: Plays when Donna accidentally turns it on in Jacoby's apartment. Gets a much longer statement in Episode 10, during Jacoby's hypnosis.

Not yet released.

-- Twin Peaks Nostalgia Theme (Harp and Guitar): Used here during Nadine's attemped suicide. Released on April 2011 from DL.com. A longer, slightly different version of it appears in season two, as Ben watches his old home movies in Episode 18, and over the episode's credits.

-- Shelly's Not Here: Action music during Leo's attempted axing of Bobby, which I like to think sounds so cheesy because Badalamenti was having fun (as were Lynch and Frost) with the ridiculous and tremendously entertaining cliffhanger-upon-cliffhanger conceit of the finale

Not yet released.

-- The Mill Fire: Catherine encounters Shelly all tied up. Same note as above applies here.

Not yet released.
-- Josie's Fate: The Laura Palmer Theme gets the most experimentation of all the musical themes in the show, so much so that it sometimes spawns a whole subsection containing similar and yet slightly different variations. One group comes under the banner of what I'm calling Josie's Fate, so called because arguably its most well-known variation becomes the dominant musical identity of Episode 23, in scenes that depict the declining prospects of Josie. (This same variation is played in Episode 16, when James gives Donna a ring).

In this episode, Episode 7, another string of Josie's Variation appears as Pete anxiously enters the burning mill in search of Catherine ("She's still my wife!").

Yet another variation of it appears in Episode 17, when Catherine tells Truman about the night she disappeared and her gardian angel (with some Lynchian wind sound coursing underneath) and in Episode 18, when Hawk tells Cooper about The White Lodge (also with wind).

Still another variation pops up in Episode 21, when the spectral image of Caroline accompanies Cooper's telling Truman about the night Windom Earle struck in Philadelphia.

And again, in Episode 16, another variation shows up when Donna reads Laura's last diary entry to Cooper.

Not yet released.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:20 pm
by Jerry Horne
Brilliant work Guy!

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 6:49 am
by Ross
Guy Quenneville wrote:As promised: my guide to Angelo Badalamenti's music for Twin Peaks, part one, covering the first season.


GREAT work Guy!!!

Guy Quenneville wrote:-- I'm Hurt Bad: first played on the jukebox in the Double R Diner by Bobby, after he tells Norma he'll see her in his dreams


FULL version still unreleased. The track titled "I'm Hurt Bad" on the 2nd soundtrack actually only features the first 38 seconds(!) of the song. The rest of the track is "James & Evelyn" (not an official title). There is more to both themes than what's on this hybrid track. I have no idea why they released it the way they did. Hope we get full versions of both tracks!

Guy Quenneville wrote:-- Double R Tune #1: Plays when Ed tells Norma he's in the doghouse. The most commonly played "source" cue in the Double R.


This one sounds a lot like the old standard "Red River Valley". I believe its heard in the RR in episodes 3, 12, 15, 20, & 24. And even once at Wallies.

Guy Quenneville wrote:-- Double R Tune #2: Shelly and Norma talk about their troubles with men. Not a Double R tune that will get a lot of repeat plays (the scene in Episode 5 in which James introduces Maddy to Donna comes to mind)


Yes- I'm pretty sure this one only appears in eps 4 & 5.

Guy Quenneville wrote:-- One-Eyed Jacks Parlour Music: Plays during Cooper and Ed's arrival at the casino and their conversation with Blackie.


This one shows up much later at Wallies, and then in the RR in ep 26.

Guy Quenneville wrote:-- Twin Peaks Nostalgia Theme: This is most notably used during the end credits of Episode 18, over home movie footage of Ben, Jerry and their father heralding the opening of the Great Northern, but the first time it was used was here, during Nadine's attemped suicide. Released on April 2011 from DL.com.


The 46 second version named "Twin Peaks (Harp And Guitar)" that was released is this exact version. And I'm guessing its the original version; its faster paced than the Ben scene. The version heard over the credits of episode 18 is the same track slowed down. The version used in the actual Ben scene is the slower version that then mixes into the Solo Rhodes version. Interestingly, the released "Nostalgia" version adds an extra harp segment to the beginning not heard in the Ben scene. This extra harp segment, I believe, may have been taken from the scene where Doc Hayward tells the story of Little Nicky's past, which they slowed down to match the pace of the rest of the track.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 7:01 am
by Guy Quenneville
"The 46 second version named "Twin Peaks (Harp And Guitar)" that was released is this exact version. And I'm guessing its the original version; its faster paced than the Ben scene. The version heard over the credits of episode 18 is the same track slowed down. The version used in the actual Ben scene is the slower version that then mixes into the Solo Rhodes version. Interestingly, the released "Nostalgia" version adds an extra harp segment to the beginning not heard in the Ben scene. This extra harp segment, I believe, may have been taken from the scene where Doc Hayward tells the story of Little Nicky's past, which they slowed down to match the pace of the rest of the track."

I think you're right about the harp in the Little Nicky scene.

Can't wait to start season two.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 8:07 am
by Guy Quenneville
I'll be incorporating board-supplied comments/corrections/additions into my guide later today.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:12 am
by Ross
Guy Quenneville wrote:-- The Sheriff's Woman (1:31:22): A short, sort of muted "Mysteries of Love (Instrumental)"- sounding track that accompanies the reveal of Truman visiting Josie. It's a very brief statement before seguing into some brooding underscore during Catherine's spying on the lovers before settling into the classic Laura Palmer Theme.
Not yet released.


People have said that this is actually an instrumental version of Julee Cruise's "The Swan". Its so short & muted that its hard to tell.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:17 am
by Jerry Horne
Ross wrote:
Guy Quenneville wrote:-- The Sheriff's Woman (1:31:22): A short, sort of muted "Mysteries of Love (Instrumental)"- sounding track that accompanies the reveal of Truman visiting Josie. It's a very brief statement before seguing into some brooding underscore during Catherine's spying on the lovers before settling into the classic Laura Palmer Theme.
Not yet released.


People have said that this is actually an instrumental version of Julee Cruise's "The Swan". Its so short & muted that its hard to tell.


I have little doubt that it's 'The Swan'.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:33 am
by qbin2001
Jerry Horne wrote:
Ross wrote:
Guy Quenneville wrote:-- The Sheriff's Woman (1:31:22): A short, sort of muted "Mysteries of Love (Instrumental)"- sounding track that accompanies the reveal of Truman visiting Josie. It's a very brief statement before seguing into some brooding underscore during Catherine's spying on the lovers before settling into the classic Laura Palmer Theme.
Not yet released.


People have said that this is actually an instrumental version of Julee Cruise's "The Swan". Its so short & muted that its hard to tell.


I have little doubt that it's 'The Swan'.


Yes. It's The Swan. 1:05-1:25 of the original track. From the words "Water rings" to "In the Night".

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:48 am
by Ross
qbin2001 wrote:Yes. It's The Swan. 1:05-1:25 of the original track. From the words "Water rings" to "In the Night".


You're right- just the synths.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:41 pm
by qbin2001
Last update: 01 July 2012

- updated names and released tracks status

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Legend

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"Scary No 1" + letter (a, b, c...) - similar scary sounds

R - released
D - released in different version
O - other not Badalamenti tracks
S - sound effect(s)
X - released in different speed
N - released, but released version omits some parts (omiited part signed with *)
M - this mix is released
I - mix released but not in version used in the series
L - lost in the Archive
$ - released at wrong name as "Letter from Harlod" (in "Diary Bundle")

#1, #2 etc. - some songs was used in episodes only in parts, this are parts used in particular epiosde
=> - track blends into next one



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Pilot

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R 01. Laura Palmer's Theme 2:45-4:40
R 02. Laura Palmer's Theme 6:11-9:23
R 03. Solo Percussion 1 10:44-11:02
R 04. Laura Palmer's Theme 13:02-15:28

R 05. I'm Hurt Bad 16:47-17:18
R 06. Audrey's Dance (Clean Fast) 17:32-18:25
S 07. Dark Vibrato (with Noise) 18:26-18:52
R 08. Bookhouse Boys 20:16-21:07 =>
R 09. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 21:07-21:57
S 10. Whisthling Noise 22:37-23:24 [There's be an announcement]
R 11. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 23:37-24:09
R 12. Laura Palmer's Theme 25:18-27:30

  13. [Mix] 34:08-34:37 =>
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
S           b. Dark Sound
R           c. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1
R 14. Bookhouse Boys 34:30-35:33 =>
R 15. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1 35:33-35:48
  16. [Mix] 36:03-37:38
R           a. Dance of the Dream Man
R           b. Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Sax)
R 17. Laura Palmer's Theme 40:50-41:30

R 18. Solo Percussion 1 46:33-48:39
  19. [Mix] 48:40-49:42
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
S           b. Dark Sound

R 20. Norwegians 53:43-54:58
R 21. Love Theme (Solo Rhodes) 56:13-58:07
R 22. Laura Palmer's Theme 58:59-59:18
R 23. Norwegians 59:26-59:56
  24. [Mix] 59:57-1:01:20
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
S           b. Dark Sound
R           c. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours)
R 25. Dark Vibrato (with Noise) 1:04:00-1:04:23
R 26. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #2 => #1  1:04:39-1:05:31
R 27. Solo Percussion 1 1:06:03-1:06:19

  28. [Mix] 1:09:15-1:12:06 =>
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
X           b. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) [half-speed]
R 29. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 1:12:05-1:14:24
R 30. Audrey's Dance (Percussion & Clarinets) 1:14:24-1:15:15 =>
R 31. Falling 1:15:15-1:15:50
R 32. Audrey's Dance (Percussion & Clarinets) 1:16:51-1:17:09 =>

R 33. The Nightingale 1:17:09-1:19:37
R 34. The Nightingale 1:17:51-1:20:04

  35. [Mix] 1:20:30-1:26:07
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
X           b. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) [half-speed]
R 36. Bookhouse Boys 1:26:08-1:27:35
R 37. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 1:27:36-1:28:25
? 38. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK2 [?] 1:28:46-1:29:27 [probably still unreleased ???]
R 39. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 1:30:42-1:31:20
L 40. The Swan (Instrumental) 1:31:21-1:31:50 =>
X 41. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) [half-speed] 1:31:50-1:32:00 =>
R 42. Laura Palmer's Theme 1:32:00-1:32:34 =>
R 43. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1, #2 1:32:34-1:33:13


Episode 01

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R 01. Dance of the Dream Man (Fast Soprano Clarinet) 1:33-03:23
R 02. Freshly Squeezed 4:13-5:45
R 03. Solo Percussion 1 5:45-6:46
R 04. Laura Palmer's Theme 6:47-8:39
N 05. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1, #2, #3* 8:41-10:25
R 06. Laura Palmer's Theme 12:15-14:07 =>
S 07. Dark Vibrato 14:08-14:30

R 08. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 14:33-16:27
R 09. Laura Palmer's Theme (Ghost Version) 16:28-17:00
R 10. Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate) 17:34-19:07
R 11. Audrey's Dance (Drum and Bass) 22:43-23:42

R 12. Laura Palmer's Theme 27:26-28:00
R 13. Laura Palmer's Theme 28:33-30:36
R 14. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) 31:07-32:14 =>
R 15. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #2 32:14-32:37
  16. [Mix] 33:31-34:04
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation)
S           b. Dark Vibrato

R 17. Audrey's Dance 34:07-34:36
R 18. Audrey's Dance 36:53-37:06
R 19. La Speranza 37:08-38:42
R 20. Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version 2) 38:44-40:48
R 21. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) 40:49-41:40
D 22. Americana (w Noise) 41:41-41:49
R 23. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano Bridge) 43:24-43:40
R 24. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 43:41-44:02
R 25. Laura Palmer's Theme 44:03-46:37


Episode 02

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R 01. Solo Percussion 1 2:28-4:38
R 02. Norwegians 4:42-4:44 [first 3 sounds]
R 03. Laura Palmer's Theme 5:21-6:13
R 04. Laura Palmer's Theme 6:57-7:27
  05. [Mix] 7:55-8:38
R           a. Horne's Theme
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme
  06. [Mix] 8:40-10:02
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
R           b. Sneaky Audrey (Audrey's Investigation)
R 07. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK3 10:09-11:18 [multi slow-down]
  08. [Mix] 11:48-12:50
S           a. Dark Sound
R           b. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Vibraphone)
  09. [Mix] 12:50-13:20 =>
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
R           b. Audrey's Dance (Solo Rhodes)
R 10. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music - Danger Theme) #1 13:18-13:51 =>
  11. [Mix] 13:52-17:20
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
R           b. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme)
R           c. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) [1 slowed-down sound]
S           d. Scary No 1a
X           e. Laura Palmer's Theme (Half-speed)
R           f. Horne's Theme #2

R 12. Solo Percussion 2 (Grady's Waltz) 18:27-18:56
R 13. Invitation to Love Theme 18:57-19:09
R 14. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) 19:48-20:39
R 15. Northwest Gulch 20:40-21:35
  16. [Mix] 21:36-27:18
R           a. Solo Percussion 1
N           b. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #10*-#9
  17. [Mix] 27:19-27:33
S           a. Scared No 1
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme

R 18. Audrey's Dance 27:59-31:43
S 19. Scary No 2 31:49-31:54
R 20. Solo Percussion 4 31:55-34:06
  21. [Mix] 36:11-37:42
R           a. Love Theme (Alternate)
R           b. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music - Danger Theme) #1-#2
O 22. Pennsylvania 6500 - Glen Miller 37:49-39:26
D 23. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK3 39:40-40:02 [with reverb]

  24. [Mix] Dream Sequence 40:17-42:39
S           a. Call of the Red Room
S           b. Scary No 1a
R           c. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #7
R           d. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1
S           e. Scary No 1b
S           f. Scary No 1c
S           g. Scary No 1d
S           h. Single Piano Sound C1
R           i. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1
X           j. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #7-#6
S           k. Scary No 1e
S           l. Red Room Noise
S           m. Scary No 2
S 25. Red Room Noise 43:16-43:50
R 26. Dance of the Dream Man 45:17-46:43 =>
  27. [Mix] 46:44-47:23
R           a. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #7
R           b. Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Sax) =>
R           c. Dance of the Dream Man

R 28. Dance of the Dream Man 47:26-48:03 [end  credits]


Episode 03

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R 01. Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate) 01:32-02:09
R 02. Freshly Squeezed (Clarinet) 02:12-05:03
  03. [Mix] 06:40-07:13
S           a. Waving Sound
R           b. Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Sax)
S 04. The Drill Sound 09:07-09:08 [Albert in the morgue]
R 05. Love Theme (Alternate) 10:46-11:12 =>
R 06. Invitation to Love Theme 11:13-11:36

R 07. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 12:45-14:00
R 08. Bookhouse Boys 15:22-16:09
R 09. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Flute) 21:46-21:55

R 10. Audrey's Dance (Percussion & Clarinets) 21:58-22:43
R 11. Sneaky Audrey 24:50-26:09
  12. [Mix] 26:10-30:50
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
S           b. Dark Sound

R 13. Freshly Squeezed (Fast Cool Jazz Version 2) 31:04-32:13
  14. [Mix] 33:09-34:27 =>
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
R           b. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1
R 15. Laura Palmer's Theme (Dark Synth)  34:27-36:20
R 16. Bookhouse Boys (Solo Guitar) 36:33-37:37

R 17. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 38:34-39:09
R 18. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 39:51-40:36
  19. [Mix] 42:19-44:25 =>
R           a. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours)
R           b. Twin Peaks Theme
R 20. Big Band 44:25-45:18
  21. [Mix] 45:40-46:05
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK1
S           b. Dark Vibrato


Episode 04

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R 01. Laura Palmer's Theme 01:31-03:13 =>
R 02. Invitation to Love Theme (Bumper) 03:13-03:18
R 03. Invitation o Love (Lover's Dilemma) 03:19-03:44
R 04. Laura Palmer's Theme 05:56-06:59
R 05. Audrey's Dance (Clean Fast) 09:27-09:49
S 06. Scary No 1a 11:40-11:48
L 07. Sneaky Audrey (Reprise) [aka "Little Elvis"] 11:52-12:12

R 08. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 12:15-12:23
R 09. Freshly Squeezed (Flute) 14:08-14:03
R 10. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Flute) 16:47-16:58
R 11. Hank's Theme (Version 2) 17:17-18:14
R 12. Hank's Theme (Version 2) 19:21-19:48
R 13. Llama Country 20:35-21:18

R 14. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 21:25-24:30
R 15. Laura Palmer's Theme (Clarinet Strings Bridge) 27:11-27:27
R 16. Secret Country 28:50-30:46
R 17. Secret Country [cont.] 31:04-31:11
R 18. Laura Palmer's Theme (Ghost Version) 31:11-31:44
R 19. Laura Palmer's Theme (Ghost Version) 31:55-32:52
R 20. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 33:02-33:16

R 21. Love Theme (Alternate) 36:21-37:22
R 22. Horne's Theme 38:19-39:57
R 23. The Mill Deal 40:30-41:58
R 24. Laura Palmer's Theme 42:05-43:39
R 25. Love Theme 45:03-46:07


Episode 05

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O 01. Icelanders Song No 1 (Oxar Vid Ana) 01:33-02:39
O 02. Icelanders Song No 2 (Nu Er Frost a Froni) 02:40-03:07
R 03. Freshly Squeezed 03:08-04:10
  04. [Mix] 05:37-06:23
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
O           b. Icelanders Song No 3
R 05. Audrey's Dance (Solo Synth) 06:21-06:57
R 06. Audrey's Dance (Solo Synth) 07:55-09:03
R 07. Bookhouse Boys 09:04-10:12
X 08. Bookhouse Boys (Solo Guitar) 11:51-12:03 [9/10-speed]
R 09. Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate) 13:15-14:04

  10. [Mix] 14:51/15:47-18:00
R           a. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Clarinet)
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme
R 11. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) #8 18:13-18:27
R 12. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) #7 18:47-19:16
R 13. Secret Country 19:38-21:36 =>
R 14. Hank's Theme (Version 2) 21:37-22:11
R 15. Secret Country (cont.) 22:12-22:26
R 16. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 22:52-23:12

R 17. Laura Palmer's Theme 25:06-28:35
  18. [Mix] 30:44-32:00
X           a. Slow Speed Orchestra 1 (24 Hours) [Half-speed]
R           b. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1
R 19. Into the Night 32:05-33:34
R 20. Love Theme (Alternate) 33:35-34:16 + [sound effects: wind (normal + double-speed)]

  21. [Mix] 34:19-35:15
O           a. Islanders Song No 4 ["Home on the Range"]
S           b. Scary No 1e
S 22. Whistling Noise 35:39-35:50
R 23. Sneaky Audrey (Audrey's Investigation) 36:55-38:51 + [sound effects: wind (double-speed)]
O 24. Icelanders Song No 3 (A Sprengisandi) 38:51-39:04
  25. [Mix] 39:32-41:06
B           a. Big Band
S           b. Scary No 1a
R 26. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 41:55-42:09
B 27. Big Band (cont.) 42:09-42:40
R 28. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) 43:04-44:06 =>
R 29. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1-#2 44:07-44:03
O 30. Icelanders Song No 2 (Nu Er Frost a Froni) 44:51-45:12
R 31. Laura Palmer's Theme (Clarinet Bridge) 45:18-45:35


Episode 06

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S 01. [synth sound] (The Moon) 01:30-01:40
R 02. Twin Peaks's Theme 01:49-03:42
R 03. Audrey's Dance (Synth and Vibraphone) 07:02-07:30
R 04. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) 07:40-08:15
R 05. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) 09:28-10:08
R 06. Laura Palmer's Theme 10:29-11:33
R 07. Laura Palmer's Theme 12:25-12:34

R 08. Freshly Squeezed 12:36-14:23
  09. [Mix] 15:26-16:35
R           a. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Clarinet)
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme
  10. [Mix] 16:42-18:16
R           a. Picking On Country
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme [one cue]
P 11. [Mix] 19:17-20:13
R           a. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Clarinet)
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme
R 12. Invitation to Love Theme 20:30-21:42
R 13. Laura Palmer's Theme 23:29-24:03

R 14. Laura Palmer's Theme 25:17-25:57
R 15. Dance of the Dream Man (Solo Clarinet) 25:58-26:23
R 16. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 27:23-29:32
  17. [Mix] 29:33-29:53
R           a. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Bass Clarinet)
R           b. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #9
R 18. Laura Palmer's Theme 31:56-33:36

R 19. One Eyed Jack's Country 32:46-34:20
R 20. Laura Palmer's Theme 35:19-36:16
O 21. Icelanders Song No 5 36:13-36:35
R 22. Hank's Theme (Version 2) 38:00-38:26
R 23. One Eyed Jack's Country 38:27-39:58
R 24. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Bass Clarinet) 39:58-40:33
R 25. Laura Palmer's Theme 40:38-40:44

  26. [Mix] 42:56-43:43
R           a. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #9
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme
  27. [Mix] 43:44-44:56
R           a. Bookhouse Boys
R           b. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #7
S           c. Scary No 1b
R           d. Bookhouse Boys
R           e. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #6
S           f. Scary No 1c
R           g. Laura Palmer's Theme
  28. [Mix] 44:56-46:04
R           a. Audrey's Dance (Clean)
R           b. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #7-#8
S           c. Scary No 1b


Episode 07

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  01. [Mix] 2:12-2:35
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation)
X           b. Hula Hoppin' (Half-speed) [last note slowed-down more]
R 02. South Sea Dreams 3:22-3:27
R 03. Hula Hoppin' 3:28-3:35
R 04. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano and Rhodes) 03:38-04:06
  05. [Mix] 04:14-5:37
R           a. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #1-#04
R           b. Laura Palmer's Theme (Piano A) TK3
S           c. Scary No 1b
S           d. Scary No 1a
S           e. Scary No 1d
S           f. Scary No 1c
            g. Jacques Beats
R 06. One Eyed Jack's Country 07:04-07:35
R 07. Half Speed Orchestra 1 (Stair Music/Danger Theme) #1 07:37-07:57 =>
  08. [Mix] 07:58-08:30
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation)
R           b. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Flute)
R 09. Love Theme (Alternate) 10:33-11:44
R 10. Laura Palmer's Theme (Solo Piano) 11:51-11:55 [last accord only]

  11. [Mix] 11:58-12:49
R           a. Laura Palmer's Theme
R           b. Freshly Squeezed (Solo Bass Clarinet)
  12. [Mix] 12:55-13:05
S           a. Scary No 2
S           b. Scary No 1f
  13. [Mix] 13:08-13:58
            a. Jacques Beats
R           b. Solo Percussion 1
  14. [Mix] 14:10-14:49
            a. Jacques Beats
R           b. Solo Percussion 1
R 15. Laura Palmer's Theme 15:07-16:59
R 16. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #7-#10 17:15-18:24
R 17. Twin Peaks Theme (Harp and Guitar) 18:24-19:18
R 18. Hank's Theme 21:47-23:01

R 19. Twin Peaks Theme (Alternate) 24:22-25:37
R 20. Audrey's Dance (Clean) 27:39-28:04
R 21. Laura Palmer's Theme (Bass Guitar Punctuation) 30:48-31:31
R 22. Hank's Theme (Version 2) 33:15-33:43
R 23. Twin Peaks Theme 33:54-34:31

R 24. Solo Percussion 1 34:34-35:24
R 25. Solo Percussion (Arbitrary Cymbals) 36:02-36:12
R 26. Bookhouse Boys (Solo Guitar) 36:42-37:07
O 27. Icelanders Song No 2 37:07-37:33
R 28. Leo Attacks Bobby #1 38:09-38:15 => [Note: aka "Giant's Appear"]
R 29. Leo Attacks Bobby #2 38:13-38:51 [+ 1st sound repeat]
R 30. The Mill Fire 39:41-40:36
R 31. Slow Speed Orchestra 2 (Unease Motif/The Woods) [reversed] #2-#3 40:39-41:10 =>
R 32. Half Speed Orchestra 5 (Leo's Theme) 41:10-41:43
R 33. Laura Palmer's Theme (Guardian Angels) #1 $ 42:14-42:40 =>
O 34. Icelanders Song No 3 42:38-43:16
R 35. "Such Staff as Dreams are Made of" 43:49-44:08
S 36. Three Bullets 45:41-45:53

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:51 pm
by Guy Quenneville
[/quote] Yes. It's The Swan. 1:05-1:25 of the original track. From the words "Water rings" to "In the Night".[/quote]

Awesome. This is exactly the kind of stuff I was hoping the guide would spur; I haven't actually listened to any of the Julee Cruise vocal tracks outside of the ones that were featured in Twin Peaks, so I had no idea. Very cool.

And great list, by the way. The time stamps are especially helpful.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 12:56 pm
by Guy Quenneville
Just a general query to put out there:

Would people find it helpful to have guides in both styles - qbin2001's handy time-stamped list, and my guide listing titles along with descriptions of the scenes, notes on when and how particular tracks are used throughout the series, and the degree to which they've been released?

I think the two complement each other well, but I just want to get people's input.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 1:12 pm
by Ross
Guy Quenneville wrote:Just a general query to put out there:

Would people find it helpful to have guides in both styles - qbin2001's handy time-stamped list, and my guide listing titles along with descriptions of the scenes, notes on when and how particular tracks are used throughout the series, and the degree to which they've been released?

I think the two complement each other well, but I just want to get people's input.


Yes!! I think BOTH are great. You guys do/did an amazing job. Keep up the great work!!

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 1:13 pm
by qbin2001
Guy Quenneville wrote:Just a general query to put out there:

Would people find it helpful to have guides in both styles - qbin2001's handy time-stamped list, and my guide listing titles along with descriptions of the scenes, notes on when and how particular tracks are used throughout the series, and the degree to which they've been released?

I think the two complement each other well, but I just want to get people's input.


Both will be helpful. When I finish my lists I will combine them into all tracks list from A to Z.

Re: David Lynch.com Twin Peaks Music Official Thread

Posted: Wed Apr 27, 2011 1:23 pm
by Guy Quenneville

Both will be helpful. When I finish my lists I will combine them into all tracks list from A to Z.


Awesome. And actually, I really like some of your track names, like Johnson's Theme and 24 Hours. I'll probably edit my guide and rename them and refer to the tracks that way in the rest of my guide.