While working on the music for Twin Peaks, Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch often used a dictaphone to record the proceedings in order to catch the evolution of ideas. In fact, it is because of this practice that this recording even exists.
You know you must beware of Bob, right? Because he's everwhere! Oh, and I may be the only one not talking about Bob Marley today... or did I just?
Flickr user Thomas Hawk (any relation to Tommy "The Hawk" Hill?) found another Beware of Bob sign:
Boy, are Twin Peaks fans in New York City being spoiled lately! In addition to the ongoing David Lynch burlesque nights, there's now a Twin Peaks TV Party coming up May 9th 2011 at Brooklyn's The Bell House.
The second Twin Peaks podcast is available. In 55 minutes, Matt, Mel, Brad and Caitlin cover the Benjamin Horne's foot fetish, James Hurley's intelligence and the squirrely peasant man at the end of the bed post in the 2nd episode of Twin Peaks, Traces To Nowhere.
A few weeks ago, I mentioned that the Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me soundtrack was chosen by NME as the best film soundtrack ever made. This week, NME called up its composer, Angelo Badalamenti, and asked him a few questions about the amazing album he created about 20 years ago together with David Lynch. Here are my favorite bits from the interview.