Isn’t It Too Dreamy? A Twin Peaks Playlist Inspired By Audrey Horne

By popular demand on Facebook and Twitter, Sherilyn Fenn Week smoothly extended into Sherilyn Fennbruary. February is her birthday month after all. With the month almost coming to an end, Welcome to Twin Peaks compiled an Audrey Horne themed Spotify playlist for you to enjoy even beyond #SherilynFennbruary. If there’s one Twin Peaks character deserving of her own playlist, it has got to be Miss Horne, right?

Isn’t It Too Dreamy: An Audrey Horne Inspired Playlist includes over two four hours of music from the fifties and all subsequent decades. Think dreamy reverbs and ethereal vibraphones, from heavenly shoegaze to seductive jazz, from instrumental to doo-wop and from Aphex Twin to The Flamingos.

As always, song recommendations are appreciated in the comments!

“I love this music. Isn't it too dreamy?” —Audrey Horne #TwinPeaks Click to Tweet

Just like previous Twin Peaks playlists Leland Palmer Gets Happy and Nighttime at the Roadhouse, this one will be continuously updated so make sure you subscribe to its updates by clicking the Follow button in Spotify.

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Pieter Dom

Written by Pieter Dom

Founder and curator of Welcome to Twin Peaks since 2011. Bobsessed since March 1991.

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  1. SHOEGAZE
    Lush – Sweetness and Light
    Slowdive – Good Day Sunshine
    Wild Nothing – Nocturne
    Chapterhouse – Treasure
    Autumn’s Grey Solace – Nifara
    The Chambermaids – Flight of Cranes

    JAZZ
    Cal Tjader – Aquarius
    Camille Sauvage – Interferences
    David McCallum – House of Mirrors
    Dorothy Ashby – Come Live With Me
    Francis Coppieters – Funky Chimes
    Johnny Lytle – Inner Peace
    Roy Ayers – I Don’t Know How To Love Him
    Sven Libaek – Winds On Falls Creek
    Serge Gainsbourg – Intoxicated Man

  2. Recommendations:
    Early Evening Reverie by Auburn Lull
    Deer Stop by Goldfrapp
    Circle Square or Don’t Go by LAKE R?DIO
    Dream by These New Puritans
    Lullaby In Tongues by Zola Jesus

  3. ‘Emotion Heater’ by The Gentle People might fit in nicely here.

    Also if you do a Jacoby tracklist the song ‘Tiki Mix’ by The Gentle People would be perfect for that.

  4. Another damn fine playlist! “Nighttime at the Roadhouse” remains my favorite. This is rapidly becoming a close second. Of course, I occasionally need to drown out the malicious entity that controls my soul with the upbeat, swingin’ sounds of “Leland Palmer Gets Happy”. Thank you for the pretty songs and are you going to eat that slice of cherry pie, because it looks amazing.

  5. Coil’s “Omlagus Garfungiloops” and most of their “Stollen and Contaminated Songs” album. “Red Queen” from Coil’s “Musick to play in the Dark vol. I” and maybe “An Emergency” and some other tracks from vol. II.

  6. I would love this playlists to be made at YouTube or Apple Music cuz I don’t have Spotify ):
    kisses from Brasil and congratulations for the amaziiiiiiiiiiiiiing website <3

  7. Amazing playlist! I hope you find these suggestions of interest.
    Passengers: Ito Okashi
    Belbel Gilberto: Tanto Tempo
    Yo La Tengo: Saturday
    Herb Alpert: Last Tango in Paris
    High Llamas: Monnie
    Classics IV: Stormy
    Barry Adamson: Something Wicked
    Brian Eno: Like Pictures #1
    Dudley Moore: Lillian Lust (from the soundtrack to: Bedazzled)
    Piero Piccioni/Shawn Robinson: Once and Again
    Ennio Morricone: La Bambola (Take 2) (from the soundtrack to: Verushka)
    Armando Trovajoli: The Puzzle Is Completed
    Piero Piccioni: Love Will Find A Way
    Ennio Morricone: Frammenti D’estazi (from the soundtrack to: Senza Sapere Niente Di Lei)
    Armando Trovajoli: The Story Concludes (from the soundtrack to: Una Magnum Special Per Tony Saitta)

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