Limited edition on blue/black split vinyl. A mix of orchestral pieces from composer and conductor Angelo Badalamenti inspired by Shoshtakovich’s 15th Symphony mixed up with trashy Hammond-led boogie and overblown baroque pop from Roy Orbison and Ketty Lester, suitable for any dive’s jukebox.
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A precursor to Lynch’s Twin Peaks and Mulholland Drive, Blue Velvet sets a template for ethereal noir soundtracks in a modern, quite disturbed age.
One of Entertainment Weeklies 100 Best Soundtracks Of All Time
“The shock of the new fades by definition, but it has hardly done os in the case of Blue Velvet.” Dennis Lim, Salon, 2016
“The haunting soundtrack accompanies the title credits, then weaves through the narrative, accentuating the noir mood of the film.” — Critic John Alexander, The British Film Resource.
- A01Main Title1:27
- A02Night Streets / Sandy And Jeffrey3:42
- A04Jeffrey's Dark Side1:48
- A05Mysteries Of Love (French Horn Solo)2:10
- A06Frank Returns4:39
- A07Mysteries Of Love (Instrumental)4:41
- B1aBlue Velvet1:19
- B1bBlue Star1:55
- B2aLumberton U.S.A.0:30
- B2bGoing Down To Lincoln1:43
- B03Akron Meets The Blues2:40
- B04Honky Tonk Part I3:09
- B05In Dreams2:48
- B06Love Letters2:36
- B07Mysteries Of Love4:22