Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Theme Music: TWIN PEAKS

10 comments:

Kelly Robinson said...

I get chills every time I hear it.

David Cranmer said...

I hope you don't mind another Kyle story, Patti. But he loved this show (as I do) and his mom asked for the music to be played at the funeral. As I walked into the funeral home, this music was playing. Chills as Kelly said.

le0pard13 said...

A few people, like me, think this renowned opening piece by Angelo Badalamenti, titled 'Falling', was a riff on Henry Mancini's theme song for Blake Edwards film, 'Experiment in Terror'. And where does the film's character of Kelly live in San Francisco? That’s right, Twin Peaks.

pattinase (abbott) said...

I see similarities. Had forgotten that movie until now. I will use it on here soon.
I love the music but at a funeral I think I would go to pieces hearing it. Brave woman to play it. What a great friend he had in you, David.

Erik Donald France said...

Love it ~!

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Margot Kinberg said...

Patti - That was such an innovative series. Thanks for the reminder.

John said...

I'm another of the true blue fans of this utterly strange TV show. I have quite a few of Badalamenti's soundtracks. The one for THE STRAIGHT STORY (Lynch's most un-Lynch-like movie) is a particular favorite.

Graham Powell said...

The whole Twin Peaks soundtrack is great. Back in the early 90s I practically wore the CD out listening to it.

Composer Angelo Badalamenti appeared in Lynch's MULHOLLAND DRIVE as the coffee-spitting man.