Sam Howzit wrote:I believe the Barbershop could refer to the Barbershop Quartet singing in Episode 2002 (or #9 depending upon your preference for numbering). This is the scene where Cooper tells Albert about King Ho Ho Ho at breakfast. There is a quartet singing in the background.
This was my first thought too, but I can't believe it if it's that piece. That must be the single most obscure piece of music in the whole series. They're not even singing a real song, are they? Just harmonizing a bit? I didn't really like that touch either. That and the bouncing ball convention or whatever it is in ep. 14 seem like Lynch veering off into self-parody. It doesn't have the comic spook of, say, the old room service waiter or Mike repeating "a house... made of wood... surrounded by trees!". That shit is funny!
Hank: As pointed out by others, Blue Frank is the piece right after The Pink Room in Partyland. Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35Vmefg88EI
"Truthahn im Maisfeld"