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Floating Into The Night

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Floating Into The Night by Julee Cruise

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  • Audio CD (March 27, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: September 12, 1989
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Catalog and O/H
  • Run Time: 48 minutes
  • ASIN: B000002LH4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #48,508 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jason R Blalack on June 5, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Haunting beauty is the best way to describe Julee Cruise. Hearing her sends goosebumps all over me. Everything from Blue Velvet's theme Mysteries of Love, Floating, and everything that she sang on the series Twin Peaks is here. The only thing missing is Questions in a World of Blue which is on Voice of Love and the TPFWWM soundtrack - but you have those already don't you?
This CD gets much airplay in our house and is wonderful mood music - great for winding down to. By Far Julee's best album.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Brian R Yandle on February 9, 2004
Format: Audio CD
i had first heard julee cruise in the eighties when i saw david lynch's masterpiece blue velvet. do you remember the song mysteries of love which plays at the end of the film when kyle mclachlan & laura dern are observing the sweet sounds of birds? wow! although i didn't buy her work until the early ninities, i was in love with the beautiful music to such a great film. after i bought floating into the night, i simply couldn't bring myself to take it out of rotation in my cd player & perhaps i even annoyed people around me but i didn't care. it was that good. yes, julee cruise's beautiful & ethereal vocals could keep you entranced for hours on end & it makes great sleepytime music too if you need a cd to fall asleep with. it's hard to categorize ms. cruise unfortunately without being somewhat unfair to her artistic integrity. angelo badalamenti is a brilliant composer & ms. cruise has worked with him on nearly every album since blue velvet. perhaps you remember the theme music for the tv show twin peaks or the theatrical prequel entitled fire walk with me? all great works. listening to cruise is like playing a spooky, smoky jazz alongside some terrif new age music amidst a malt-shop '50s sound. with the voice of an angel, you can't help but fall into her spell time & again so definately pick up a copy of this cd if you haven't already. i would probably recommend this cd to mazzy star fans, david lynch completists(he writes the lyrics here folks), or new age music lovers who love enya. if you think you might be interested after reading this review, i'm sure you'll love every second of this lovely album. check out tracks like falling, mysteries of love, & the nightingale for an idea of what i'm talking about. peaceful listening folks. long live badalamenti, cruise, & lynch !!!
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Johnny Heering on January 20, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Most of the music on this CD was originally recorded for David Lynch's made for cable TV special "Industrial Symphony No. 1". Some of the songs were later used on Twin Peaks, where Julee Cruise ocassionally appeared as the Roadhouse Singer. Julee has a very ethereal voice, which is entirely appropriate for this album. The songs all have lyrics by David Lynch, with music by Angelo Badalamenti. The first thing you are likely to notice about the songs is that the words don't rhyme. That's pretty unusual, but somehow it works anyway. All the songs are love songs, by the way. The song "Falling" usually get the most attention, because it was later the theme song for "Twin Peaks", but the best song here is easily "Rockin' Back Inside My Heart". Not coincidentally, it also the closest thing here to a traditional song, in that it actually has a repeated chorus. This is actually a beautiful album, in it's own way. Oh, and it's better than the "Twin Peaks" soundtrack.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Tom Benton on September 26, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Given that David Lynch is my favorite director, it's really no surprise that I love Julee Cruise's FLOATING INTO THE NIGHT. The world was introduced to Cruise when she sang "Mysteries of Love" at the end of Lynch's critically-acclaimed masterpiece BLUE VELVET, released in 1986. That song is on Cruise's debut; it's probably the weakest of the songs contained in the album. That's good news, though, because "Mysteries of Love" is a pretty fine song. It pales in comparison, however, to the new material Cruise recorded for FLOATING INTO THE NIGHT - 9 utterly delightful compositions that redefine the word "dreamy".

Let me attempt to describe the album to someone who's never heard any of Cruise's songs. Imagine those old laid-back jukebox tunes from the 1950s. Take those tunes and add a dash of shadiness, then inject that mixture with a narcotic. That's what Cruise's songs sound like. Despite the album cover's depiction of a naked woman floating off into the darkness, the songs on FLOATING INTO THE NIGHT glitter like a case of diamonds. True, they're dark; but they're dark in the same soothing way that sleep is dark. Indeed, the songs on FLOATING INTO THE NIGHT are like dreams converted to music. Take "I Remember", for example. The song rolls along tranquilly at its beginning, but around the midsection it suddenly circles around like a merry-go-round - an eerie surprise that only lasts long enough to throw us off guard before the song metamorphosises back into a 50's rock number. But honestly, what else would you expect from David Lynch, one of the most controversial directors in the film industry? Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti, the immensely talented composer who has worked with Lynch on nearly all of his productions, produced the album.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Wielgos on December 18, 1999
Format: Audio CD
From the first time I saw Twin Peaks, I knew that I had to have the soundtrack. Julee appears on the soundtrack and I immediately fell in love with her dreamy, wispy voice. It is haunting as it is melodic. Every song on this CD leaves you wanting more. Julee's voice along with Angelo Badalamenti's music just makes this cd unbelievable. Just sit in a dark room with a few candles and play this cd and you will be put in a different state of mind. I only wish that Julee had put out more music.
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