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Blue Velvet Soundtrack
LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Reissued
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For the first time in nearly 30 years, the haunting soundtrack to David Lynch's masterpiece Blue Velvet is available on vinyl. The first of many collaborations between the director and composer Angelo Badalamenti, Blue Velvet's evocative score is juxtaposed with Lynch's use of early pop tunes, creating an unsettling effect that complemented the movie perfectly. You'll also find the first musical collaboration between Lynch, Badalamenti and Julee Cruise here.
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already said most notably Bobby Vinton's original 'Blue Velvet' song.
I've never been to fond of mixing Score elements with Soundtrack/Song elements and Blue Velvet
is one film that definitely should have released these as two separate CD's.
The Score by Angelo Badalamente and the songs... Besides owning this official version
of the Soundtrack it's also a hobby of mine to track down the missing songs and do more complete
versions as many film soudtracks are incomplete - and in the order of the scenes/story that takes place
as accurately as possible...
By the way curiously also two Chris Isaak songs are also not on the official release but both were
in the film.
Here's my list - if you can find all these as MP3's then here's how the sound track SHOULD go and in order
of the film/scenes/story:
1. Main Title
2. Bobby Vinton - Blue Velvet
3. Going Down To Lincon - Sound Effects Suite
4. Night Streets - Sandy and Jeffrey
5. Dorothy - Blue Velvet/Blue Star Montage
7. Akron Meets The Blues
8. Mysteries Of Love (French Horn)
9. Jeffery's Dark Side
10. Blue Frank
11. Chris Isaak - Gone Ridin'
12. Honky Tonk Part I (opening scene at Ben's.)
13. Roy Orbison - In Dreams
14. Chris Isaak - Livin' For Your Lover
15. Ketty Lester - Love Letters
16. Frank Returns
17. Julie Cruise - Mysteries Of Love
18. End Credits - Mysteries Of Love (Instrumental)
Anyway, that's how I have it arranged - I'm not sure exactly where the second Chris Isaak song comes into it yet
but 'Gone Ridin' plays when Frank and his boys take Jeffrey for a ride before they get to Ben's and 'Honky Tonk Part I'
is what is playing when they arrive at Ben's.
Obviously both Bobby Vinton's 'Blue Velvet' and Julie Cruise's 'Mysteries of Love' play multiple times during
the film but it's only necessary to have them once on the Soundtrack so I placed them where they have the most
impact in the film - Blue Velvet appears right after the opening titles with the Fireman waving and Mysteries of Love
at the end when Dorothy is with her son Donny.
They are in there and listed in the credits. If anyone has a better arrangement please respond to my post
and leave a message. Thank you