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Soundtrack to Twin Peaks is a 1990 soundtrack album by Angelo Badalamenti, featuring tracks from the first season of Twin Peaks.

The tracks, "The Nightingale," "Into the Night," and "Falling" had their lyrics written by Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch and vocals provided by Julee Cruise. The tracks were originally released on Cruise's 1989 album, Floating into the Night.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Lyrics Length
1. "Twin Peaks Theme" (Instrumental) 5:10
2. "Laura Palmer's Theme" (Instrumental) 4:52
3. "Audrey's Dance" (Instrumental) 5:17
4. "The Nightingale" (vocals by Julee Cruise) David Lynch 4:56
5. "Freshly Squeezed" (Instrumental) 3:48
6. "The Bookhouse Boys" (Instrumental) 3:29
7. "Into the Night" (vocals by Julee Cruise) David Lynch 4:44
8. "Night Life in Twin Peaks" (Instrumental) 3:27
9. "Dance of the Dream Man" (Instrumental) 3:41
10. "Love Theme from Twin Peaks" (Instrumental) 5:04
11. "Falling" (vocals by Julee Cruise) David Lynch 5:21

PersonnelEdit

MusiciansEdit

  • Angelo Badalamenti - piano, synthesizer, orchestration, arrangement, production
  • Julee Cruise - vocals (tracks 4, 7, 11)
  • Vinnie Bell - electric guitar
  • Eddie Daniels - flute, clarinet
  • Eddie Dixon – electric guitar
  • Kinny Landrum – synthesizer
  • Al Regni – tenor saxophone, clarinet, flute
  • Grady Tate – drums

TechnicalEdit

  • David Lynch - production, photography
  • Art Pohlemus - recording, mixing (tracks 1–3, 5, 6, 8–10)
  • Jay Healy – mixing (tracks 4, 7, 11)
  • Howie Weinberg - mastering

DesignEdit

  • Tom Recchion - art direction, design
  • Kevin Laffey - coordination, A&R
  • Fredrik Nilsen - photography
  • Paula K. Shimatsu-U - photography
  • Marc Sirinsky - photography
  • Craig Sjodin - photography
  • Kimberly Wright - photography

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