Mystery Roach wrote: claaa7 wrote:
Little Pine Cone wrote:Can someone identify the piece used during Dougie-Coop's arrival at work?
Was that one of the old Solo Percussion tracks, or something new?
i believe it's new but it did sound like Grady Tate.. could be wrong though
I think it's Solo Percussion 4
I'm loving all the music for this thing. I've been gathering everything I can find from each episode for my ever-growing soundtrack.
dito.. people were complaining that there was so little traditional music in the first three parts, there was real exceptional sound design ala Alan Splet. there definitely was some low-key synth melodies and omnius sound that could pass for music but it added a lot of the first two parts, but once Part 3 and so forth kicked in we had the music covered, the complete "Take 5" by Brubeck in full effect (Lynch isf dfinitely a full-blown Brubeck fan on a account he used iine of their songs on the "Inalnd Empire" OST). and then the music starts to creeping in along with the moody sound design that's just on the fence of low-key music, "Dark Mood Woods", "Laura's Theme", "Theme From Twin Peak (Falling Instro), the Grady Tate shuffle, the Badalamaneti classic intro, and then there's the original Badalamaneti compositions - besides the beautiful intro edit, the Hit and Run scene and especially the Giant levitation scene leading in from 'Slow '30s room' is one of the best TP songs in a loooong while.
add to that all the great Roadhouse joints (the NIN joint, Trouble, Chromatics, and maybe a couple of others). string material to say the leastl.